Had an e-mail that I got last night about a defect a client said I should have found during an inspection on the 12th of July and was found yesterday by the termite inspector. I called out a waste pipe plumbing leak under the home in the crawl space. I have pictures of the leak and of the insulation installed under the flooring. I tried to find where the leak was comming from as per the request of my client and narrowed it down to the bathroom, but to where exactly I was not sure. Apparently, the cast iron bathtub drain pan has rusted through and caused some wood rot for some time. See pictures below that I took at time of inspection. To what extent of the damage I do not know. I may go back and take a second look this afternoon. My client doesn't understand that I can not take the insulation down to further investigate under any circumstances unless I have authorization from the home owner........which at the time I did not. I guess a plumber was not called out to further investigate. What do you think should happen?