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Shuttleworth attorney Rob Briley won summary judgment in favor of a real estate agent and her brokerage.  Plaintiffs alleged various causes of action related to the non-disclosure of adverse facts by the agent related to the purchase and sale of residential real property.  By Order entered May 6, 2024, the Court concluded that the plaintiffs produced insufficient evidence at the summary judgment stage to establish the existence of any adverse facts as defined by Tenn. Code Ann. § 66-5-206, or that the Tennessee Residential Property Condition Disclosure Form provided by the seller was not otherwise insufficient.