Misrepresentation Act 1967 and Property Misdescription Act 1991 1. Particulars: these particulars are not an offer on contract, nor part of one. You should not rely on statements made by CBRE or Colliers International in these particulars or by word of mouth or in writing (“information”) as being factually accurate about the property, its condition or its value. Neither CBRE or Colliers International haven’t any authority to make any representations about the property, and accordingly any information given is entirely without responsibility on the part of the agents, seller(s) or lessor(s). 2. Photos etc: the photographs and computer generated images show only certain parts of the property as they appeared at the time they were taken/created. Areas, measurements and distances given are approximate only. 3. Regulations etc: any reference to alterations to, or use of, any part of the property does not mean that any necessary planning, building regulations or other consent has been obtained. A buyer or lessee must find about by inspection or in other ways that these matters have been properly dealt with and that all information is correct.4. VAT: the VAT position of the building may change without notice. The code of leasing premises in England & Wales recommends you seek professional advice before agreeing a business tenancy.
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