Palpable defect

Palpable defect – in the sphere of Property conveyance this legal phrase refers to a defect of the purchased property, which defect is visible, serious, can not be unseen. For example, an apartment has been delivered towards the buyer with non-painted ceiling or damaged walls. Visible and noted defects are to be described in delivery-acceptance protocols, called somewhere “snagging list”, which role is to oblige the seller to remove the noted defects and shortcomings for their own account, as the buyer expects to receive proper estate, clear of any defects or shortcomings.

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