About a year ago I had a flueless gas fire installed in the living room and a new gas hob installed in the kitchen. It was all done properly by a corgi registered fitter and he provided the appropriate paperwork having completed both jobs. I put the paperwork somewhere safe, so safe that i can't find it and have just put my house on the market. When I find a buyer and the solicitors get involved, will they want to see paperwork for gas safety and am I better getting it sorted now? I can get the fitter back around for a gas safety check or whatevers needed no worries, I just want to be armed with the right information before I contact him. Thanks in advance, Spils.