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Last edited 24 Dec 2021
The New Homes Quality Board Glossary of the terms used in the Code and Guidance, published by The New Homes Quality Board in 2021, defines the pre-completion inspection as: ‘the opportunity for a Customer to visit the New Home before Legal Completion. Alternatively the Customer can appoint a suitably experienced inspector to undertake the inspection and complete the template Pre-completion Inspection Checklist on their behalf.’
See also: Pre-completion inspection checklist.
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