Michigan disclosure laws require sellers to disclose what is personally known about the property, including any imperfections.
Sellers are required to disclose only information about the property they actually and personally know. In other words, you are not required to perform any investigation of the property in order to complete this form.
PLEASE NOTE: If the seller fails to provide a buyer with an accurate, complete disclosure statement, the buyer has the right to terminate the purchase agreement at any time up until the actual closing. After the closing, the buyer can pursue legal action against the seller for fraud on the basis of misrepresentation or omission.
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PLEASE NOTE: THIS FORM CANNOT BE SAVED TO COME BACK TO LATER.