Stamp duty refunds: Once we have confirmed the validity of your claim and we agree to work together, we will give you free access to our secure client portal. This platform will allow you to easily answer all relevant questions and upload any necessary documents. Some of the information we may need when making a stamp duty refund claim on your behalf.
We will require a copy of the electrical safety certificate if the property failed its electric safety test. It’s very important you send us the original PDF given to you by the electrical safety tester. These PDFs are secure and cannot be edited. So they are trustworthy.
A property may fail an electrical safety certification test for a variety of reasons, including:
- Unsafe electrical installations, such as faulty wiring, loose connections or inadequate earthing
- Damaged or worn-out electrical fixtures, such as sockets, switches, and light fittings
- Incorrectly installed electrical equipment or appliances
- Lack of proper labelling, warnings, or instructions on electrical equipment or appliances
- Inadequate or outdated electrical systems that do not meet current safety standards
- Failure to comply with building regulations and other electrical safety requirements
Example of an electric safety certification test result: Full document here as a PDF.