Ohio Court Finds Sellers Had No Duty To Disclose Sump Pump Malfunction

Ohio Court Finds Sellers Had No Duty To Disclose Sump Pump Malfunction

DAYTON, Ohio - An Ohio appeals court on June 28 affirmed a trial court's ruling granting judgment in favor of the sellers of a home, finding no evidence to support a claim that the sellers had a duty to disclose a malfunctioning sump pump and that flooding in the basement caused mold growth (Brent Schroeder, et al. v. Douglas Henness, et al., No. 2012-18, Ohio App., 2nd Dist.; 2013 Ohio App. LEXIS 2811).

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