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Although you can never prevent someone from suing you, based on your narrative, your buyer will not prevail in this suit. As you mention, this is all a matter of disclosure As a seller, you are obligated to disclose anything the seller knows orshould have known that a reasonable buyer would consider material in making the decision whether or not to buy the property. You did that and the buyer had adequate notice. As a seller, you aren't making warranties regarding your property. The buyer clearly had notice and if it was something that the buyer was concerned enough about, the buyer should have investigated it further and/or terminated the contract. But, the buyer did not, and instead purchased the house. It's now the buyer's problem, not yours.
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