hi i live in n. texas my question is i sold my house in the disclosure i put the back of the house had some problems and i had repaired buy putting two piers under the fondation . i was told this is common here . things were good then now the door has problems again .im i liabily
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You do not appear liable or responsible to correct the door
A seller has a duty to disclose repairs and hidden defects. You appear to have complied with this duty in the disclosure as you indicated that there had been a problem and that you had taken action to correct it. You did not warrant that the problem would not occur again.
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