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Contract – Real Estate – Defects – Duty To Inspect (access required)

Although the buyers did not make specific inquiries as to the alleged defects in the property, this fact is not dispositive of their lawsuit against the sellers. As grounds for summary judgment, defendants argue that "[a]llegations of concealment...in the absence of inquiry and an affirmative misrepresentation, are insufficient as a matter of law to establish a ...

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