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You can tell them "nice try" but you have no legal obligation to buy the mobile home back. First, there are no latent issues here; rather, they had every opportunity to inspect the mobile home, which they did, and determine it's condition and they decided to move forward. Second, they did buy it in its "as is" condition and as I mentioned had every opportunity to inspect its "as is" condition. Third, they've materially damaged the home. They don't get to take possession and damage the home and then tell you they don't want it. Bot***** *****ne, you have no legal obligation to buy the home back from them. And, should you decide to do so even though not obligated, they would be liable for remediating all damages they caused.
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Hi there and thanks for following up. Section 1201.456 provides the following: Sec. 1201.456. HABITABILITY: EXCEPTION TO WARRANTY REQUIREMENT. The warranty requirement imposed by Section 1201.455 does not apply to a sale, exchange, or lease-purchase of a used manufactured home from one consumer to another. :)