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Hello I will try to assist with your question. What information and/or notices, if any, have you received from local authorities (or anyone)telling you that lack of a c.o, might affect the sale of your property?
If the buyer or the title company is not requiring that the permit issues be remedied as a condition of closing, then you need not bother with it. You can point out that the purchase agreement calls for the sale to be in "as is" condition. You don't want to call the attention of the County to some 30 to 40-year-old permit violations respect to a garage. It is better to let the sleeping dog lie.
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