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  • Should Supreme Court agree to hear this case?

    Woman wants her money back because of an "undisclosed" murder-suicide that took place in the house she bought.

    http://news.yahoo.com/pa-homeowner-sues-seller-over-homes-bloody-past-210734556--abc-news-money.html

    Whaddya think?   Should they hear it?  Does she have a legitimate beef?


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    rbstern wrote:

    Woman wants her money back because of an "undisclosed" murder-suicide that took place in the house she bought.

    http://news.yahoo.com/pa-homeowner-sues-seller-over-homes-bloody-past-210734556--abc-news-money.html

    Whaddya think?   Should they hear it?  Does she have a legitimate beef?


    It would be a matter of state law, so no SCOTUS should not hear the case.

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    • gtrjones
      gtrjones commented
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      Or even local law/codes... Does every State have detailed disclosure laws?

  • #3

    Caveat emptor.

     

    Did she ask whether there was a murder or suicide in the house prior to buying? If not, then it must not have been a concern.


    rbstern wrote:

    Woman wants her money back because of an "undisclosed" murder-suicide that took place in the house she bought.

    http://news.yahoo.com/pa-homeowner-sues-seller-over-homes-bloody-past-210734556--abc-news-money.html

    Whaddya think?   Should they hear it?  Does she have a legitimate beef?



    Did the seller lie to her? Is the house structurally unsound?

    Non fui. Fui. Non sum. Non curo.

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    • Edward
      Edward commented
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      Be interesting to see if this was covered by law. Morally I believe there is an obligation to disclose this sort of thing, but I don't think there is any legal duty so to do in any of the UK jurisdictions. 


  • #4

    I doubt they'll take it on.


    TWO TERMS BITCHES! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

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