March 7, 2023

TA6 form on a desk with a laptop and cup of coffee

The TA6 Form:Understanding and mitigating knotweed risk

The Law Society’s amendment to the Explanatory
Notes accompanying the TA6 conveyancing form
changed in 2020. In order for a seller to tick “No” to
the Japanese knotweed question, they must be
certain that no rhizome (root) is present in the
ground of the property, or within 3 metres of the
boundary, even if there are no visible signs above
ground.

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