ONLY two out of 3,658 houses in Fairview Park have been found to have breached planning regulations. The ruling followed a probe by the Buildings Department amid fears all the homes were illegally built. Officials plan to contact the owners of the two homes so the muddle can be sorted out, but a Planning, Environment and Lands spokesman said there was no risk of homes having to be demolished and rebuilt. 'It's just paperwork,' he said and blamed bureaucratic bungling when the homes were completed in 1980. The Buildings Ordinance Office should have given owners an occupation permit because the homes were three-stories and fell outside the New Territories height exemption. Property prices fell after doubts about the legality of the homes emerged last month.