Failure to Disclose
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Failure to Disclose

When you are buying anything, whether that be a car, a house, or a computer, you deserve to have all the pertinent information you need in order to make a wise investment. However, sometimes you find yourself the new owner of a piece of property that has more problems or concerns than you were warned about. In real estate law, this would be a case of “failure to disclose,” a type of fraud that occurs when a person or company conceals or omits important information regarding the property in question. One of the most common things that is omitted from real estate transactions is the presence of environmental contamination or hazardous materials.

Here at Benner & Boon, we have many years of experience in both real estate and environmental law, and we are your ideal advocates in this type of situation. If you have recently acquired a property and are facing an unexpected issue with pollution or other unsafe conditions, we can help. Property sellers and brokers are required by law to disclose things like known defects, contamination, safety concerns, hidden costs, and more, and when they don’t, we will work hard to get justice for you. You shouldn’t be stuck with serious and costly problems because another party failed to mention them.

We’re proud to be some of the top real estate attorneys in San Diego, and when you’re ready to get the peace of mind that you deserve, get in touch with us today and ask for your free case review.