KANSAS CITY, Mo. - After finding that evidence submitted by the purchaser of a house that allegedly contained mold created a genuine issue of fact as to the scope of a settlement agreement between the parties, a Missouri appeals court on May 28 reversed a trial court's decision to grant summary judgment for the seller of the house and a real estate company (Deborah McIntire v. Glad Heart Properties, et al., No. WD75674, Mo. App., Western Dist., Div. 2; 2013 Mo. App. LEXIS 656).