It is not normally the case that a solicitor would be expected to investigate the existence of an electrical compliance certificate for residential properties unless the property is a House in Multiple Occupation. I would, in your circumstances, stand your ground and offer the indemnity policy again, as it is unlikely that they would wish to lose the property on this account. Alternatively, can the electrician not grant a compliance certificate now taking account of the regulations current at the time of installation?
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