Caveat Emptor Does Not Always Protect The Seller #477

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In a recent case, the plaintiff offered to purchase a property “subject to inspection.”1 A Property Disclosure Statement (PDS) accompanied the Contract of Purchase and Sale wherein the sellers had answered negatively to whether they were aware of any structural problems, moisture and/or water problems in the walls, basement or crawl space or damage from wind,