So; in Florida your client is a legal owner of the property
and it make sense if it is pre-sale inspection.
What about if you are working for buyer who doesn’t owned any property in this particular moment he is just potential buyer.
In NJ client is the person who’s is name is in Contract Agreement .
As per NJ SOP
“Client” means any current or prospective homeowner who engages, or seeks to engage, the
services of a home inspector for the purpose of obtaining an inspection of and written report
regarding the condition of a residential building.
“Client’s representative” means an attorney at law of the State of New Jersey who has been
retained by the client and identified to the home inspector in writing. For the purposes of this
subchapter, a real estate broker or agent is not the client’s representative.