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Non-Disclosure: Know What to Look For

If the seller fails to disclose any defects and the buyer discovers the issue after closing, the buyer can sue for damages. The seller may be required to apply for repairs and damages as a result of the undisclosed defect. The seller may be ordered to take back the property if a judge rescinds the sale due to non-disclosure of a major defect or issue. The seller may also be required to pay for the buyer's legal costs.

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