What Is The Seller Obligated To Disclose To The Buyer In Florida

A seller must disclose all known facts that materially affect the value of the property and that are not readily observable by the buyer. This is a requirement that stems from the case Johnson v. Davis which is the seminal case in this area of the law. A seller must disclose any defects they know that are wrong with the property and the buyer must accept the property with those defects disclosed.