Checking Dam Safety When Buying a House
When it comes to determining the safety of a house, it is imperative to check dam safety ratings. If a dam safety rating is below minimum requirements, it can pose a real risk to the safety of the home. A professional home inspector can identify problems such as gas leaks and structural problems. These hidden problems can have serious consequences. A professional home inspector is an excellent resource when it comes to dam safety issues.
RDSO must ensure that a SEED inspection is performed
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) oversees enforcement of the Minnesota Seed Law. The seed inspectors in the MDA are primary agents. County agricultural inspectors also work closely with the Minnesota Seed Unit. The MDA works in conjunction with the federal Seed Regulatory and Testing Branch of the United States Department of Agriculture to monitor and enforce the seed law. The MDA also works closely with the Plant Variety Protection Act (PVPA) to ensure the quality and safety of Minnesota’s seed.
A SEED inspection involves testing and prodding for hidden defects in a building. It is also necessary to obtain a Seller Property Disclosure Statement (SDDS) from the seller before buying a house. If the seller’s inspection report is the only source of information, the buyer should seek a second opinion from a SEED inspector. The buyer has a right to cancel a contract within five days of signing the agreement if he or she discovers a serious flaw in the house.
RDSO must approve CR report
If you’re planning to buy a house, it’s important to get the RDSO to approve the CR report. The CR report is required to verify the property’s condition. If the RDSO doesn’t approve the report, it could lead to trouble. To get the RDSO to approve the CR, you must pay an inspection fee. Fortunately, the fees aren’t much.