If you have ever purchased or sold real estate in California, you know that disclosure looms large in the process. Buyers have disclosure obligations, but they pertain, for the most part, to compliance with state and federal tax laws. Sellers, on the other hand, have extensive state and local disclosure obligations, as do agents for both buyers and sellers. Most real estate agents use the California Association of Realtor (“CAR”) purchase and sale agreements, which, if properly, carefully, and truthfully prepared, meet the majority of the seller’s disclosure obligations – but not all. There are a host of other disclosures that must be made during a real estate transaction, that can have expensive consequences for an unwary seller. The most frequent disclosure mistake sellers make is under-disclosing problems. Just because a problem may have been fixed, doesn’t mean you need not disclose it. When in doubt, disclose!
Richard Boyer guides his clients through the maze of disclosure laws, and has the experience to know if compliance has been met. Sadly, it happens all too often that a real estate buyer discovers a concealed problem months or years after occupying the house of building, which wasn’t disclosed during the transaction. Whether such a nondisclosure is “actionable,” and, if so, whether it is worth pursuing, is the first step any aggrieved party should take when considering a lawsuit against a seller. For the seller’s part, if he or she receives a demand from a buyer, that alleges nondisclosure, fraud, or concealment, consulting an experienced real estate lawyer should be the first order of business. Richard Boyer has represented clients for over 24 years in fraud, concealment, and nondisclosure cases. Richard will review your documents, discuss the details with you and, in some cases, visit the property before advising you of your rights, the anticipated cost of pursuing those rights, and the likely outcome. Richard will help you decide a clear strategy for either pursuing or defending against such allegations.
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