We are in process of buying our first home.
The house floor plan is such that there is a 3mx3m 'wooden living room' attached to main living room.
Now, the lender (mortgage provider) has noted this as an extension & marked it as a matter for conveyancer/solicitor.
Sellers say the structure is not an extension & is a part of original construction. Hence there is no document or planning permission ever sought.
Sellers have sought approval for some other work which got approved. While seeking approval for this work the plan they submitted has this wooden living room. This is on council website.
Still our solicitors are asking for indemnity insurance.
Can you please advise best thing to do ?
Shall we cancel our buy?
Thanks in advance