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Bathroom receptacles have no ground

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Oct 23, 2006
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Certified Residential Appraiser
I am appraising an older house for an FHA loan and the receptacles do not have a ground which is typical in older houses. My understanding is that all I need to do is make note of this in the report but this does not need to be a required repair. I looked through the 4150.2 manual but could not find this issue addressed specifically. Am I correct in my assessment of this condition?
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