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Implied warranty in Texas real estate

Prior to the 1960s, Texas was a state, which meant that it adhered to a "buyer beware" policy in real estate transactions. However, in 1968, the Supreme Court of Texas expressed its distaste of the caveat emptor doctrine when it comes to the sale and purchase of a home, stating that it did not placate the demands of justice.

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