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Ross is one of the most recognisable members of our residential conveyancing department. He is a regular contributor to the Sheffield Telegraph’s Property Guide and has answered readers’ questions about moving home for many years. For more information on this topic email Ross.Ward@tayloremmet.co.uk or call him on 0114 218 4047.

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  1. Ronald Rosewell
    Ronald Rosewell at | | Reply

    I left items in the garden for use of the new owner such as an excellent work bench in the shed, a hose pipe in good condition for the outside tap, a compost bin and a few garden ornaments and flower pots. These are not required by the new owner and they want me to pay for a skip to remove them. Is this my problem? I also agreed to leave 40 year old bedroom carpets with no underlay two of which suffered damage prior to move and buyer is claiming £1500.00 to pay for new fitted carpets in the four bedrooms. Is this reasonable?

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