Can A Real Property Seller Conceal A Recorded Document? When The California Recording Law Is Not Enough, And The Seller Must Disclose The Obvious.

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A recent California decision looked at a case where a seller of real property did not disclose recorded deed restrictions, but the buyer received a Preliminary Report from a title company which referred to the recorded restrictions, but did not describe them. The buyers claimed that they never read the preliminary report. When the buyers discovered the restrictions five years later, they sued the seller for failure to disclose.

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