Misrepresentation

The seller did not inform me about the presence of Japanese Knotweed...

The Law Society‘s knotweed TA6 form will ensure that the buyers’ solicitors will ask whether the property is or has been affected by Japanese Knotweed, and if you knowingly give false information, you could be sued by your buyer for misrepresentation.

At Japanese Knotweed Claims we deal with misrepresentation claims on a no win, no fee basis.  We offer a free consultation for people who have suffered as a result of misrepresentation. When we know the details of what happened to you, we can provide you with an initial consultation; and tell you if your compensation claim can be dealt with on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis.

For an initial consultation call on 0203 151 5205 or start your claim online.  If you are not sure what to do, or you have a question, call us and we’ll be happy to help you even if it’s only to put your mind at rest.

To learn more about other possible claims you may have, click here.

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