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Old 10-04-2017, 09:25 AM
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Default Leasehold floor plan incorrect

I have just received a copy of the leasehold of the flat I am buying and there is a floor plan included that is a little bit incorrect.

It basically is a little bit back to front, it is like a mirror image of the what the actual reality is.

The actually size, number of rooms etc. Is correct and the title plan is also correct.

Should this be something to be concerned about ?

Thanks.
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