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1. A search report must contain the following information—
(a)the address of the premises in respect of which the search is conducted;
(b)a statement of whether the following persons have any personal or business relationship with any person involved in the sale of the property (if such a relationship exists)—
(i)a person who conducted the search; and
(ii)a person who prepared the search report;
(c)such enquiries as formed the basis of the search and the information sought;
(d)subject to paragraph 3, the results of the search;
(e)the date on which the search was completed;
(f)a description of the records searched, and the name and address of the person who holds them;
(g)if the records searched are derived from other records, a description of those other records and the name and address of the person who holds them;
(h)a description of how relevant documents can be obtained (if they are not included in the home information pack under regulation 9(o) or otherwise);
(i)the names and addresses of the parties to the arrangements—
(i)under which the search was conducted; and
(ii)if different, under which the search report was prepared;
(j)the name of the persons liable in each of the following events—
(i)any negligent or incorrect entry in the records searched;
(ii)any negligent or incorrect interpretation of the records searched; and
(iii)any negligent or incorrect recording of that interpretation in the search report;
(k)a description of such complaints or redress procedures as exist in relation to the report; and
(l)the terms on which the report is made, including—
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