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Did you ever request a disclosure statement. A seller has a duty to disclose some issues with a sale of a home: A. The purchaser may recover in a civil action in the event of any of the following: 1. The failure of the seller to provide to the purchaser a disclaimer statement or a disclosure statement and any amendment prior to acceptance of an offer to purchase; 2. The failure of the seller to disclose in the disclosure statement or any amendment provided to the purchaser a defect which was actually known to the seller prior to acceptance of an offer to purchase; or 3. The failure of the real estate licensee to disclose to the purchaser any defects in the property actually known to the real estate licensee prior to acceptance of an offer to purchase and which were not included in the disclosure statement or any amendment provided to the purchaser. If any of the above occurred, you could have a claim against the seller. We can discuss more if you would like to do so.
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