The majority of misrepresentation actions arising from property transactions result from replies to pre-contract enquiries. The Standard Commercial Property Conditions purport to limit the seller's liability for misrepresentation but the validity of such a clause will be subject to a reasonableness test arising under the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977 which is applied subjectively, in the light of circumstances known to the parties at the time when the contract was made. I am writing to discuss the contract we signed on January 2, 2013 for you to paint my house. Please contact me immediately to make arrangements to paint my house. If you do not contact me by June 11, 2013 to make such arrangements, I will pursue any and all available legal remedies. Attached to this letter you will find photographs of my house dated May 10, 2013 showing that the house has not been painted.