False Disclaimer Information Law

False Disclaimer Information Legal Issues:

False Disclaimer Information Law:

Any seller of a home or property must legally disclose all information about the home or property, fully and accurately, to the buyer. Lying or omitting any information in the disclosure (or disclaimer) is considered the illegal act of providing false disclaimer information.

If there is a defect or flaw in the property that would diminish the value of the property, the seller must legally inform the buyer of this before the sale contract is signed. However, sellers may be dishonest and lie, giving the buyer false disclaimer information. Essential information that sellers may report falsely or omit may include:

  • Plumbing issues
  • Leaks and water damage
  • Electrical issues
  • Building code or permit violations
  • Bankruptcy filings and property liens
  • Property line or neighbor disputes
  • Any death or other major incident that occurred on the property in the past

False Disclaimer Information Legal Issues:

If a seller of any property is found guilty of providing false disclaimer information to a buyer, the seller will be liable for fraud and likely taken to court. The buyer involved can pursue litigation against the seller and dispute the disclaimer or disclosure information. A buyer would then be entitled to securing a settlement with the property seller and potentially recovering damages.

What a Real Property Lawyer can do for you:

If you have purchased property and discovered that the seller may have given you false disclaimer information, seek the council of a real property attorney immediately. A lawyer can collect evidence to prove the disclosed information was false and will help you through the lengthy court proceedings. Legal council will help ensure a settlement is reached and your damages are completely recovered.

For a seller, being accused of false disclaimer information from a buyer can result in lengthy court proceedings, expensive restitution settlements and losing a license. If you are a seller involved in this situation, consult an attorney right away to have your rights protected.

Lawyer Referral Service:

If you purchased property and discovered the seller provided false disclaimer information about the property, contact Attorney Search Network for a lawyer referral. If you are the seller of a property and have been notified of a pending lawsuit regarding disclaimer fraud, contact Attorney Search Network for a Real Property Lawyer referral with Lawsuit Defense experience. A Real Property lawyer can provide you with a consultation about your rights and further steps to take.

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