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15. (1) The documents included under the following provisions of regulation 8 (including that regulation as modified by regulation 10) must be dated no earlier than the date that falls three months before the first point of marketing—
(a)official copies included in the home information pack under—
(i)paragraph (e) (evidence of title for registered estates);
(ii)paragraph (g) (required commonhold information); and
(iii)paragraph (h) (required leasehold information);
(c)paragraph (j) (search of the local land charges register);
(d)paragraph (k) (local enquiries); and
(e)paragraph (l) (drainage and water enquiries).
(2) The documents included under the following provisions of regulation 8 must be dated no earlier than the date that falls twelve months before the first point of marketing—
(a)paragraph (b) (energy performance certificate and recommendation report); and
(b)paragraph (c) (predicted energy assessment).
(3) All other pack documents must be such versions of the documents as can reasonably be assumed to be the most recent to the first point of marketing.
(a)a pack document has been amended at any time before its inclusion in the home information pack; and
(b)the amendment is not incorporated in the document,
that amendment must be included in the pack.
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