(Source: CTV Toronto)
Ontario Energy Minister George Smitherman has backed down from a plan to require energy audits each time a house is sold.
A new amendment to the province’s Green Energy Act will allow home buyers to waive their right to the $300 audit, as long as they do so in writing.
The change will provide more flexibility in cases where the buyer intends to knock down the property or do major renovations, Smitherman said.
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