How do you go about providing a COC for a dwelling that is electrically condemned?
The premises in question have stood vacant for some time, and as result of squatters/vandals anything of value has been stripped (even short lengths of PVC conduit!).
As per nml procedure for a sale of a property, a COC is required, but one can hardly issue a compliance certificate saying that the installation is not compliant!
In this case does one write a letter on the electrical company letterhead explaining/verifying the electrical status? After all, the COC only has to fulfil the deeds office requirement so transfer/registration can go through.
The new owner is purchasing the property 'voetstoots' and is well aware of its condition. Has purchased it as a 'fixer-upper'.
Any comments/advice will be much appreciated