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Authorization for Home Inspection

Please read the contract and sign below. Your electronic signature will be your acceptance of the home inspection agreement between the inspector and you.

Please print a copy of the home inspection agreement for your records.

With your authorization, Inland Home Inspections Inc. will conduct a property inspection in accordance with the standards established by the California Real Estate Inspection Association, which is recognized by the State Legislature and referenced in The Business and Professions Code, a copy of which is available upon request. The inspection is not a substitute for the Transfer Disclosure Statement, which is required by civil code. A generalist completes the report on-site, in a limited amount of time. It is not a code-compliance inspection, and does not include any research, such as that necessary to establish boundaries, easements, or the issuance of permits and certificates of occupancy. Also, it does not include any warranty or guarantee, nor is it as comprehensive as that which would be conducted by specialists. Therefore, please be aware of the following limitations of this inspection. It does not include any specialized procedures, such as those to determine relative floor elevations, or those necessary to determine the presence of any environmental contaminants, such as electromagnetic radiation, radon, methane, formaldehyde, asbestos, lead, or airborne spores, and it is not an inspection of or for the following: geological or soil conditions; engineering analysis or stability; retaining walls; termites, dry rot, fungi, or other wood destroying organisms; pests or rodents; private septic or sewage systems; private water supply systems; water circulating devices; water softeners; water filtration or purification devices; shut-off valves that are not in daily use; solar systems; the hermetic seal of dual-glazed windows or skylights; radiant heat systems; radio-controlled systems; computerized systems; fire-sprinkler systems; central vacuum systems; alarm, telephone, cable, or intercom systems; elevators; saunas, steam showers; humidifiers; electronic air-cleaners; condensate pumps; clothes dryers; washing machines and their valves or drain lines; refrigerators, or free-standing appliances; thermostats; timers; clocks; rotisseries; the self-cleaning cycle of ovens; landscaping, or landscape items, such as decorative lighting, fountains and ponds, barbecues, and fire-pits; and pool-sweep assemblies; in-line chlorinators, or similar devices dispensing bromine or ozone.
Similarly, we do not inspect for or address state energy regulations, guarantee the integrity of, nor tacitly endorse, any un-permitted areas, additions, or modifications, which could include latent defects, or any item or component that may have been subject to recall, nor can we guarantee the year-round performance of air-conditioning systems, or inspect or endorse any concealed areas such as: the slab or the flooring beneath carpets; the interior of chimneys; the waterproof membrane beneath roofs, balconies, decks, and shower pans; furnace heat exchangers, commonly known as fireboxes; air-conditioning coils; in-line motors or dampers; obstructed switches and outlets; and ducts, pipes and conduits within walls, floors, and ceilings, nor do we evaluate the coatings on pools, decks, walkways, countertops, fixtures and appliances. What we provide is an on-site report of the general condition of a property at a given point in time, based on a conscientious but essentially visual inspection that includes recommendations for a specialist evaluation and any consultation that may be deemed necessary.
In conclusion, you are agreeing that should a dispute arise from this inspection and report, or the interpretation thereof, that you will only undertake emergency measures and will not alter, repair, replace, correct, or modify any disputed component or condition without first giving Inland Home Inspections Inc., or its representatives, the right to re-inspect. Furthermore, you are agreeing that you will first attempt to resolve any dispute informally. However, should such an attempt fail, you are agreeing to submit the dispute to binding arbitration under the rules and procedures of the Expedited Arbitration of Home Inspection Disputes of Construction Arbitration Services Incorporated, and that the decision of the appointed arbitrator shall be honored and entered in any Court of competent jurisdiction as being legal and binding on both parties. However, if you are dissatisfied with the terms of the contract, or the quality of the inspection, you may return the report within five business days, which will nullify the inspection, and the contractual responsibilities of both parties, and Inland Home Inspections Inc. will refund the full amount of the inspection fee.

AUTHORIZATION

I have read and understood this contract and agree to all of the terms and conditions therein, and in consideration of an agreed fee. I authorize Inland home Inspection to complete an inspection of the property in accordance with the Standards of Practice of the California Real Estate Inspection Association. I The Client acknowledge that by signing this I agree to, and understand all of the terms and conditions stated above and in this report, and waive any claims against Inland Home Inspections Inc.

The day this document is considered complete.

The full name of the person making this agreement.

The address of the planned inspection.

Check the box to signify that you have read the contract terms.

Your computers IP Address.

Enter the e-mail address we can contact you at.

The signee's signature.

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