Originally Posted by slemmer
Disclosure is important when selling a car. Disguising the facts is misleading and leads to suspicions. When you said it was in a 'minor' accident I find it difficult to believe since you mention it had "structural papers" which means branded/salvage. Stop sugar coating and state the facts thats all we want. Buyers beware and doing due diligence is always recommended. Anyways congrats on selling your ride.
A vehicle's brand is strictly up to the discretion of the adjuster AFAIk. It could have a broken headlight and a buckled fender and have a salvage title which automatically means that it will need to pass a provincial structural inspection at at an accredited facility.
In the same tone, I've personally seen cars that were DEMOLISHED in an accident/roll over which had clean titles and do not require the inspection.