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It is standard practice to ask the seller about disputes and complainants involving neighbours and businesses.
Yes, the questions regarding neighbour disputes is contained in the sellers questionnaire which they have to complete.
If you wish to ask additional question(s) then you can do so and make the additional enquiry of the seller.
The sellers solicitor will not ask those questions of his client - but you can instruct your solicitor to ask the question. It can be added to the questionnaire for the seller to complete.
Your solicitor will not ask that extra question unless you instruct him to do so.
It is not for your solicitor to ask why a house is being sold.
But if you think there is anti-social behaviour problem then you can ask your solicitor to make that enquiry on your behalf.
Just to make it clear - the seller will complete the standard questionnaire. Any extra questions that you need clarified can be asked through your solicitor.
Without your instructions it is not for your solicitor to ask questions of the seller over and above what's contained in the questionnaire.
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