The TA6 Form Explained

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The TA6 Form (Seller’s Property Information Form)

The TA6 Form (Seller’s Property Information Form) is a general questionnaire for property sellers.

This form must be completed by an individual or company when selling a residential property.

Using this form the seller will provide as much information as possible to the buyer.

The TA6 form requires a seller to disclose information on matters such as disputes, alterations to the property, planning consents, property insurance, flooding, parking and energy efficiency, to name but a few.

Helpful Notes

It contains around 16 pages of questions. Some sellers can get stuck on a few questions and might not be sure how to answer them.

That’s why the good old Law Society have published notes for the TA6 to help individual sellers understand the questions and the information they need to provide. These notes have good advice and should help you give the right answers. (Click here to see these notes)

These helpful notes are used and recommended by conveyancers to ensure the seller gives the right information.

Most of the time, sellers will fill out the TA6 Form without any complications. But if there are any issues with the questions, the seller can now refer to the helpful explanatory notes provided by The Law Society.

1 Response

  1. Egidijus says:

    Can some one help please !
    We are first time buyers. At this point we are ready to exchange, apart from one little problem . . . TA6 form. The vendor just seams can not to be bothered to fill out for her own reasons. Estate agents can’t get hold of her at all and as it seams our solicitors are helpless too in this matter. It has been a month now since we are trying to get hold of this form.
    This is a divorce sale i must stress (which i only found out recently). Her partner filled out this form partly and signed 2 months ago, but she was very difficult from the day one.
    Now, my question is, what are the implications if we were to proceed and exchange without this form? Can we do that at all? I have asked my solicitors to simply wave this form and go ahead with the exchange, which they wont do as its (apparently) legal requirement. Then again i have read on the web somewhere that Ta6 form isn’t compulsory for the vendor to fill out. I do not know who to believe any more. What do we do as its been months now since we started this and at this moment we are running out of time and the patience. . .

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