Property Disclosure Statement Sample Clauses

Property Disclosure Statement. The Property Disclosure Statement is attached to this Agreement and has been completed by the Seller, disclosing any facts materially affecting the value of the property which are not readily observable and are not known to the Buyer. Seller acknowledges Seller’s duty to disclose same to Buyer.
Property Disclosure Statement. In accordance with State law, it may be required that the Seller complete the Property Disclosure Statement to the best of their ability and provide true, factual, and accurate information. If required, the Agency shall be required to disclose any information provided in the Property Disclosure Statement to any prospective Buyer or their agent including facts that may materially affect the value of the Property.
Property Disclosure Statement. A. BUYER has has not received a copy of the Property Disclosure Statement provided by SELLER.
Property Disclosure Statement. Since the Unit constitutes new construction and Seller has not resided in the Unit for (3) years prior to Closing, Seller is not required to provide Purchaser with a residential property disclosure statement in accordance with Section 66-5-201, et seq., Tenn. Code Xxx. Impact Fees or Adequate Facilities Taxes Disclosure. Pursuant to T.C.A. 66-5-211, in transfers involving the first sale of a dwelling, the owner of residential property shall furnish to the purchaser a statement disclosing the amount of any impact fees or adequate facilities taxes paid to any city or county on any parcel of land subject to transfer by sale, exchange, installment land sales contract, or lease with an option to buy. For the purpose of this section, unless the context otherwise requires:
Property Disclosure Statement. Since the Unit constitutes new construction and Seller has not resided in the Unit for (3) years prior to Closing, Seller is not required to provide Purchaser with a residential property disclosure statement in accordance with Section 66-5-201, et seq., Tenn. Code Xxx.
Property Disclosure Statement. The Property Disclosure Statement executed by both parties shall form part of this Agreement.
Property Disclosure Statement. The Buyer has inspected the property and no Property Disclosure Statement is required from the Seller.

Related to Property Disclosure Statement

  • Disclosure Statement A disclosure statement of the Property signed and dated by the Seller;

  • Company Disclosure Letter The inclusion of information in the Company Disclosure Letter will not be construed as or constitute an admission or agreement that a violation, right of termination, default, liability or other obligation of any kind exists with respect to any item, nor will it be construed as or constitute an admission or agreement that such information is material to the Company. In addition, matters reflected in the Company Disclosure Letter are not necessarily limited to matters required by this Agreement to be reflected in the Company Disclosure Letter (including the listing of items on any Company Disclosure Letter although such items may not necessarily be required to be included in such Company Disclosure Letter because of the dollar thresholds set forth in this Agreement). Such additional matters are set forth for informational purposes only and do not necessarily include other matters of a similar nature. Neither the specifications of any dollar amount in any representation, warranty or covenant contained in this Agreement nor the inclusion of any specific item in the Company Disclosure Letter is intended to imply that such amount, or higher or lower amounts, or the item so included or other items, are or are not material, and no Person will use the fact of the setting forth of any such amount or the inclusion of any such item in any dispute or controversy between the parties as to whether any obligation, item or matter not described herein or included in the Company Disclosure Letter is or is not material for purposes of this Agreement. Further, neither the specification of any item or matter in any representation, warranty or covenant contained in this Agreement nor the inclusion of any specific item in the Company Disclosure Letter is intended to imply that such item or matter, or other items or matters, are or are not in the ordinary course of business consistent with past practice, and no Person will use the fact of setting forth or the inclusion of any such items or matter in any dispute or controversy between the parties as to whether any obligation, item or matter not described herein or included in the Company Disclosure Letter is or is not in the ordinary course of business consistent with past practice for purposes of this Agreement.