Property Inspection and Repair
Section (b) contains information on the general property inspection and repair. The second section, section (ii), addresses the property condition. It states that the exterior and interior walls, doors, windows, foundation, ceiling, and roof should be free of leaks, water damage or structural damage. These items as well as the pool, pool equipment, non-leased major appliances, heating, cooling, mechanical, electrical, security, sprinkler, septic and plumbing systems and machinery, seawalls, and dockage must be maintained until Closing in Working Condition. Working Condition is defined as operating in the manner the item was designed to operate. Items such as torn screens (including patio and pool screens), fogged windows, and missing roof tiles or shingles must be replaced or repaired by Seller prior to Closing. However, Seller is not obligated to repair or replace Cosmetic Conditions unless they result from a defect in an item Seller is already obligated to repair or replace. Cosmetic Conditions refer to aesthetic imperfections that do not affect the Working Condition of the item.