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Morrison v. Bare
Citation:2007 WL 4415307 (Ohio Ct. App. Dec. 19 2007)
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Plaintiff was a purchaser of homes for refurbishment. Plaintiff sought to purchase a home owned by the defendant and when he performed a walk-through with the real estate agent he noticed a sticker on the furnace that said that the heat exchanger was cracked. Defendant stated that it had been repaired (and replaced) in 2004. Plaintiff then incorporated a “special condition” in the sale agreement which provided that the defendant must produce a copy of the 2004 repair bill within 14 days (to show that the heat exchanger had been replaced). The repair bill revealed that it had not been replaced and plaintiff sued for breach of contract.
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