Mike is right that inspectors need to also be careful with how they word the observations, and not cross the line into evaluations … for the structure, as well as other specialized systems (mechanical, plumbing, and electrical). This is both from a liability and legal point of view. States that have HI licensing usually clearly state those limitations, with some worded more restrictive than others.
Statements like “the floor framing appears okay”, and particularly dangerous statements like “the floor framing appears adequate”, should be avoided like the plaque and can put an HI on a very slippery slope.
If you don’t see anything wrong but still want to comment on that, you can use something along the lines of “the were no obvious (readily apparent) defects from a visual observation”. Just be sure to also point out exactly what you did or did not inspect, and from where, when using generalized statements like that in an inspection report.
JMO & 2-nickels …