South Carolina Real Estate Litigation and Duty to Disclose Defects

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South Carolina recently released the opinion below. It affirms that the balance of duties between buyer and seller remain in a real estate transaction. Olson & Good handles matters involving defective construction and real estate disputes, along with real estate transactions throughout South Carolina. Construction defect litigation and real estate litigation have the tendency to "mesh", as this case deals with the duty of a seller to disclose defects while maintaining duties on the buyer to take reasonable efforts to inspect. Please click www.olson-good.com to learn more about our firm.

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