We have an issue where an apt is about to settle in next few days. Yes, its an OTP apartment, but thats another story. So going back about 2 yrs ago when contract was signed, it was not clear what the ceiling heights should be. The selling agent said 2.6m, and this was added to the contract and signed/initialed against. Anyway, upon inspection last week,, I measured the ceiling height at 2.44m high. So, I spoke with my conveyancing solicitor, who document this and forwarded to the sellers solicitor. Its nearly been a week now and there has been no response from the sellers solicitor. My solicitor has tried contacting them on numerous occasions and has been reluctant to speak to one of the partners in that law firm. What can we do next as we are running out of time. In essence, I'm after compensation for this difference, it is a 6.2% difference in height and the higher ceilings were to give a more spacious feel in these small apt's been made these days. I know once I hand over money on settlement, it will get even harder, so I'm after some advice from the brains trust here. Thanks.