We are in the throes of selling our house which had an extension built in 1992. It appears that the building was never finally signed off by the Council although they visited and checked it numerous times during construction and I'm sure made a final inspection. We are very near to exchange stage but our purchasers are panicking over this although their solicitors have no problems with the missing docs as we have said we will provide an indemnity policy, this seems to be common practice. The only other option is to get the council back out for a reinspection and our Sols believe this will take some time. Once we do this we cannot get an indemnity policy issued aftrewards. Our solicitor can't see what the fuss is about and we need to resolve this speedly or we may loose our purchase. Our purchasers will only deal through their sols which also slows things down. Anyone got any bright ideas of a way round this other than to remarket the house.