|Many times certain items of personal property cause disputes between the buyer and seller. The most common examples of these include, but are not limited to, gas grills, free-standing bars, drapes, propane tanks, stoves, refrigerators, water conditioners, etc. If a seller does not wish a certain item, or items, to be included in the sale of the property then those items should be specifically excluded in the listing agreement as 'not to be included in sale.' |
Another, and perhaps better, way may be used to alleviate this problem. That is, to take the item down and/or put it away and replace it, if necessary, with a substitute before the property is shown. By doing either of the above a considerable amount of trouble can be avoided at the time of the sale.