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Although you can never prevent someone from suing you, based on your facts your buyer is not likely to prevail in any suit. You are only required to disclose material issues you know or should know about. You would have no knowledge this posed an issue. This was not a latent issue that could not have been discovered; rather, if this was an issue, it could have and should have been addressed by the buyer's inspection company. If the buyer has any claim, it would be against their inspection company, not you. In my experience, this is simply a letter intended to intimidate you into paying for something for which you have no liability.
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