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3. WOOD DESTROYING PESTS: Presence of, or conditions likely to lead to the presence of wood destroying pests and organisms
and other infestation or infection. Inspection reports covering these items can be separated into two sections: Section 1 identifies
areas where infestation or infection is evident. Section 2 identifies areas where there are conditions likely to lead to infestation or
infection. A registered structural pest control company is best suited to perform these inspections.
4. SOIL STABILITY: Existence of fill or compacted soil, expansive or contracting soil, susceptibility to slippage, settling or movement,
and the adequacy of drainage. (Geotechnical engineers are best suited to determine such conditions, causes and remedies.)
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