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If you are renting you can break the lease because the landlord must provide a unit that is habitable and safe.
If you purchased the property you can sue the realtor and the previous owner for the non-disclosure and fraud. You r damages would be the cost of the repair and clean up and potentially punitive damages.
You can also file a complaint against the realtor with the State Licensing Board for agents and brokers.
You can reach the Board here:
Real Estate litigation can be complicated. It would be good to contact local counsel to assist you with this. Most attorneys who do this work will meet with you to assess your case for little or no cost. This link can help you find local counsel:
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