From the Forum: Buying a Renovated Home Without a Certificate of Occupancy

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    A buyer is looking at purchasing a renovated home but has discovered that it does not have a certificate of occupancy. The two-family home is being used as a single family and no permits were filed with the Department of Buildings. What should the buyer consider before moving forward with a purchase?

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