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Asked on: 10/20/00, 6:25 pm

Rights of buyer after closing

A buyer attempts a suit against a seller after closing stating that structural problems with the home were not in the "seller's disclosure" document. These items were addressed in the buyers "inspection report." The buyer signed a counter proposal from the seller which clearly stated these items would not be fixed or paid for, and ownership was transfered at closing. The suit states that due these item not being included in the disclosure, the seller should be responsible for the repair. Does the buyer have a case?

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