Per 61-30.807, (e), Interior Components, inspector is not required to inspect appliances;
Per 61-30.809 (1), Household Appliances, inspector is required to inspect appliances;
Per 61-30.809, (3j), inspector not required to confirm operation of every control or feature of a system or appliance
Question: Which applies? 807 or 809? If 809, which do I turn on?
range: RF or LF burner: RR or LR burner: which side of 2 oven stove?
dishwasher: how many settings or which features?
garbage disposal? run water thru it or do I have to bring along food scraps? If food scraps, can I buy them pre-packeged from the NachiStore?
Per 61-30.811: (1) says I have to inspect retaining walls; 2(b) says I do not have to inspect earth stabilization measures - isn’t that what a freakin retaining wall is?
61-30.812 (k), (l) and (4d) provide the inspector is not responsible for WDO, pollution, mold, radon or will provide a warranty/guarantee. Shouldn’t this mean, by rule of law, we can not be sued for failing to report on the presence or absence of mold, WDO or any claim against latent/hidden defects? If so, E&O should no longer even be a consideration. Understand you may exclude these in your contract, understand things like radon, etc are by separate license/service…just saying, if statute prohibits these BY LAW, …This is a good thing.