posted on Jun, 25 2015 @ 03:36 PM
Since we really don't have ALL of the facts/truths, I am making a suggestion based upon my own understanding -- aside from the non-disclosure issue we
really don't know for certain if the buyers asked the sellers if there was anything they should know about the house that purposely wasn't disclosed
and were outright lied to and/or if the sellers didn't know that 'the watcher' would continue terrorizing the home's occupants once the house changed
There are too many conflicting stories at this point that some want to believe are factual.
So, with that said, instead of entering into a lengthy, drawn out, financially and emotionally draining legal battle (that the lawyers will surely
profit from) maybe they could just 'nullify the sale' and both parties go their separate ways, each eating their current costs; moving costs, attorney
fees/closing costs and inspections. Anything is better than a lawsuit. Lawsuits are known to tear families apart, cause divorces, job losses,
emotional distress leading to serious illnesses, and even break up friendships, aside from the emotional drain and financial loss.
I get that the seller will be stuck with a house that is worthless and won't likely sell, but entering into a legal battle (realistically) could drag
on for years and will only drain the buyers' AND the sellers' bank accounts, while lining the pockets of greedy sociopathic attorneys -- guaranteed.
Just nullify the sale.
I realize seller's don't have to disclose a murder, etc., in the home unless they are specifically asked, and that liars and lawyers alike will hate
this idea, but 'nullifying' will send a strong message to seller's to disclose EVERYTHING, rather than risk having the sale of their home nullified at
the 11th hour.
edit on 25-6-2015 by Jana12 because: (no reason given)