Representations in disclosure statement
- • application
(1) The representations contained in a seller’s property disclosure statement and in any amendment to the disclosure statement are the representations of the seller only. The representations of the seller are not representations of:
(a) A financial institution that may have made or that may make a loan pertaining to the property covered by a seller’s property disclosure statement, or that may have or take a security interest in the property covered by a seller’s property disclosure statement.
(b) A real estate licensee engaged by the seller or buyer.
(2) Neither a financial institution nor a real estate licensee is bound by or has any liability with respect to any representation, misrepresentation, omission, error or inaccuracy contained in the seller’s property disclosure statement required by ORS 105.465 (Application of ORS 105.462 to 105.490, 696.301 and 696.870) or any amendment to the disclosure statement. [1993 c.547 §4b; 1997 c.631 §400; 2001 c.300 §69; 2003 c.328 §7]
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