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Your inspector could have known and the fact that the "floor was noticeably unlevel" should have raised the issue in your inspector's mind.
Since you did have an inspector out to look the house over it would be almost impossible to hold anyone else responsible and especially since you made the purchase "as is" so your best chance is to hire a lawyer and then to go after the inspector of failing to check to see what was causing the floor issues. If they had raised it before you made the purchase then you may have been able t ave the seller take care of the problem or given you better price since you're going to have to have work done on the property.
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