SUPREME COURT: SUMMER RENTERS DON'T NEED TO BE WARNED OF DANGEROUS CONDITIONS

350px-NewJerseySupremeCourtThe state’s Supreme Court ruled that real estate agents are not obligated to warn short term and seasonal renters of potentially dangerous conditions within the property they wish to rent. The split decision by the court said that agents are only obligated when a buyer is looking to purchase a home. A lawsuit was filed from a summer house in Stone Harbor and a rent wanted the agent to be liable for his fall down some steps on the home’s deck.

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