The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 59 (1981) > Issues > Issue 12 > Rules of Conduct Guidance Note No. 4 Surveys of Residential Property
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Rules of Conduct Guidance Note No. 4 Surveys of Residential Property

When a house or some other form of property changes hands, the buyer usually commissions a survey of it; or, if a mortgage is negotiated, the Building Society will give instructions for a surveyor to establish value. Whoever undertakes a survey is legally responsible for what is said in the report to the client.