Hi all, I've come across a residential property that is being sold as mortgagee in possession. The house is fully constructed but it has quite a few structural problems that will require significant costs to rectify. The real estate agent cannot produce any plans or documents regarding the property apart from an engineers report outlining all the problems. it is my understanding that as a house is constructed, the various trades that perform their works sign off on things such as the pouring of the slab, water proofing etc. Then in order to obtain the final building inspection approval, the certifications for the various stages are to be submitted. My question is, if these certificates cannot be obtained, how would the final approval be granted once the defects have been rectified?