Jyuyojiko Setsumeisho for a Single-Family Home: the Utilities and the Description of the Property upon Completion (in the Case of Unfinished Buildings)
5. The conditions of Utilities (Drinking Water, Gas, Electricity, and Sewerage)
If facilities essential for daily life such as those for electricity, gas, water, and sewerage are not in place, a large amount of money may be required to install and/or maintain them. To avoid future trouble and dispute, check the conditions of these fundamental facilities.
Note: Buried water pipes in the front road may be private pipes. In the case of private pipes, a contribution payment may be required. Also, if the diameter of the water main is small, it may be necessary to change the diameter when rebuilding or renovating the house.
In the above sample, the conditions of utilities and drainage are as follows:
6. Shape, Structure, etc. at the Time of Completion of the Residential Land Development or Building Construction (in the Case of Unfinished Buildings)
In the case of unfinished buildings, the description of the land and building upon completion can be found in this section: the shape and structure of the land and building, the details (width, type, etc.) of the road(s) surrounding the property, and the interior and exterior of the building, etc.
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