Smith v. Renaut: Pennsylvania Broker Found Not Liable for Failure to Disclose Water Contamination
The Superior Court of Pennsylvania held that a broker was not liable for failure to disclose the presence of chlordane (an insecticide and carcinogen) in well water, as there was no evidence that the broker made any representations regarding chlordane in the water, or that its presence was concealed in any way by the broker.
Smith v. Renaut, 387 Pa. Super. 299, 564 A.2d 188 (Pa. Super. Ct. 1989).