This form is used in connection with the sale of a condominium and is prepared and signed by the condominium association.
Texas Property Code requires that if a unit owner other than a declarant intends to sell a unit, before executing a contract or conveying the unit, the unit owner must furnish to the purchaser a current copy of the declaration, bylaws, any association rules, and a resale certificate that must have been prepared not earlier than three months before the date it is delivered to the purchaser.
Where Can I Get A Copy of the Disclosure Form?
From the Texas Real Estate Commission website here.
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