Can I Sue Seller For Not Insulation Pipeson Exterior Wall?

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I sue seller for non disclosure?

Yes, you can sue the seller for not disclosing defects if your attorney can prove that the seller knew about the defect and intentionally failed to disclose it. Unfortunately, many sellers know about defects. Often, they will do things to mask the defect, like repainting or putting in new carpet.

Can buyers sue seller after closing?

If the buyer discovers the defect after closing, the buyer can file a lawsuit. Purchase agreements typically have a clause that provides for the resolution of contract via mediation or arbitration. To be successful, however, the defect discovered by the buyer must be a “material” defect.

How long are sellers liable for not disclosing material facts they were aware of to a buyer?

The California Association of Realtors Residential Purchase Agreement requires the seller to provide all disclosures within seven days from when the purchase agreement has been accepted.

How do you prove a seller lies on a disclosure?

You have to bring evidence that the seller knew or should have known about the issues, and they purposely covered it up. For example, if it was obvious that the seller tried to hide mold by painting over it, photos of that would work as evidence.

Are there any problems with external wall insulation?

Other potential external wall insulation problems may include: 1 The need for planning permission in some cases 2 Rejection from listed buildings and properties in conservation areas 3 Window trickle vent problems (only if left uncovered before application)

Can a solid wall insulation system be audited?

Yes. A majority of solid wall insulation systems are manufactured and independently audited in accordance with ISO14001 Environmental Management Standard. External Wall Insulation systems incorporate insulation materials that are CFC and HCFC-free. What about BBA certification?

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