honesty and objectivity are fundamental principles embodied by this
Code, which sets forth obligations of ethical conduct for the home
inspection profession. The Membership of ASHI has adopted this Code
to provide high ethical standards to safeguard the public and the
shall comply with this Code, shall avoid association with any enterprise
whose practices violate this Code, and shall strive to uphold, maintain,
and improve the integrity, reputation, and practice of the home
Inspectors shall avoid conflicts of interest or activities that
compromise, or appear to compromise, professional independence,
objectivity, or inspection integrity.
Inspectors shall inspect properties for compensation in which
they have, or expect to have, a financial interest.
B. Inspectors shall
not inspect properties under contingent
arrangements whereby any compensation or future referrals are
dependent on reporting findings or on the sale of a property.
C. Inspectors shall not directly or indirectly compensate realty
agents, or other parties having a financial interest in closing
or settlement of real estate transactions, for the referral of
inspections or inclusion on a list of recommended inspectors,
preferred providers, or similar arrangements.
D. Inspectors shall not receive compensation for an inspection
from more than one party unless agreed to by the client(s).
E. Inspectors shall not accept compensation, directly or indirectly,
for recommending contractors, services, or products to inspection
clients or other parties having an interest in inspected properties.
F. Inspectors shall not repair, replace, or upgrade, for compensation,
systems or components covered by ASHI Standards of Practice, for
one year after the inspection.
shall act in good faith toward each client and other interested
Inspectors shall perform services and express opinions based on
genuine conviction and only within their areas of education, training,
B. Inspectors shall be objective in their reporting and not knowingly
understate or overstate the significance of reported conditions.
C. Inspectors shall not disclose inspection results or client
information without client approval. Inspectors, at their discretion,
may disclose observed immediate safety hazards to occupants exposed
to such hazards, when feasible.
shall avoid activities that may harm the public, discredit themselves,
or reduce public confidence in the profession.
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For the German version and translation of the first part as well English translation of the second part, see http://www.chf-d-s.de/susan-schmoll/gesetzgebungen/gesetzgebungwie-mit-gebauen.pdf
For a translation of the German edition essay, see http://www.chf-d-s.de/susan-schmoll/gesetzgebungen/gesetzgebungwie-mit-gebauen.pdf
Z. J. B. Schmoll, The Making of Modern World, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998.
C. J. R. Beale, "Dissent and Resistance in the German Revolution of 1848-1849", in G. P. Pareth, ed., Historical Materialism, London: Routledge, 1990.
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