Does Seller Have to Divulge Large Crack in Foundation When Selling Property?

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Sep 14, 2012
 
A short while ago, my neighbor who lives at 8915 Caminito Vera in San Diego, told me that her landlord knew of a large crack in the building's foundation, and did not divulge this information to people who were looking at the property. One person who was interested in purchasing the property had a building inspector check out the building and found the crack. He also found evidence that the landlord knew of it. I wondered if sellers
can keep this information from potential buyers or if it should have been divulged by the owner.

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Since: May 11

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Sep 14, 2012
 
I seen that huge crack going across the patio. That thing is more than a inch wide and 4 inches deep. It looks like a big earthquate hit that place. It looks like all those crooked doors and cabinets also got hit pretty bad. I sure woundn't buy something that badly damaged. It might fall right down into the ground if the earth shakes again.

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