Prior to entering into a contract to undertake estate agency work1 for a client2 an estate agent3 must provide the client with information regarding the services4 being offered, that is information as to the services:
(1) which the agent is himself offering, or intends to offer, to any prospective purchaser of an interest in the land5; or
(2) which he knows a connected person6 or (in a case where he or a connected person would derive a financial benefit from the provision of the service) another person is offering, or intends to offer, to any prospective purchaser of an
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