Real Estate Defects Litigation

When real estate is sold in Florida the seller is obligated to inform the buyer of any defects of which the seller knows which are not readily observable, and which materially affect the value of the property. That may be a leaky roof, a septic tank which backs up, a yard that floods, or a defective heating or cooling system. If defects are discovered after closing, and the seller has concealed and failed to inform the buyer of the defects, a lawsuit can be filed against the seller for the cost of repair.
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