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I bought house last year. I had 4 points inspection passed
with the note my house has mix of aluminum and copper wiring.
I did not paying attention on that because i had no idea it
might be a problem. My insurance agent found insurance company
for me, so my house was insured. Now, after almost 3 month, i
got notification from my agent I’m out of insurance because
aluminum wiring is not allowed and mail from my agent ‘I
honestly didnt realize this was an issue, based on the 4 point
inspection there appears to only be a small amount of aluminum
I’m expecting a bill to rewire those wires and i feel like
i bought something that was bad and no one is notify me about
that. What is my best option to do?
Asked on February 5, 2019 under Real Estate Law, Florida
SJZ, Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 4 years ago | Contributor
You were notified of it, according to what you write: you write that a "note" on your inspection stated there was a "mix of aluminum and copper wiring" but that "I did not pay attention on that." You had the data or information you needed to have decided what to do (negotiate for price reduction or seller to fix, for example). Since the information was in your hands, you and no one else are responsible for not paying attention to it or acting on it.
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