i write up in report…" evidence of moisture/water intrusion noted at… Client is advised to have evaluated and repaired as needed by a qualified contractor."
This statement identifies the problem and directs client to the next step which is outside the inspectors scope of work.
FYI…Using drylok or any other water/moisture proofing inside does not fix the problem. It may make it worse as water will still intrude into block/wall and not be able to dry out holding water content in wall will create a number of other issues and still not solve the problem. The problem is water contacting exterior of wall is not being repelled. To repel the water adequate waterproofing and drainage would need to be provided at exterior side of wall.