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We are selling a home and the new buyers are extremely detailed in their questions and ask about details on everything ever done to the house. This is great but many areas we have no documentation or knowledge of since the home is 50 years old and we have only owned it for 7. We disclosed what we know and they had an inspection done. If something were to happen in a few months or even a few years, could they come back and sue us? We are trying to make sure we are covering ourselves properly and prepared for anything.

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Posted by Anonymous
Asked on May 22, 2020 8:41 am
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Certainly sellers need to be careful not to over promise or to make assertions about things that they do not fully know is true. The issue is common but in order assist you we need to have a conversation, there is a lot more than I can put in an email and we need to address your specific issues and facts. As such I recommend that you contact us at 303-688-0944 to schedule a call with one of our real estate attorneys who can definitely help you to understand your rights, risks, and options.

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Posted by donald@robinsonandhenry.com (Questions: 0, Answers: 166)
Answered on May 22, 2020 10:02 am