Does the “voetstoots” clause cover latent defects that the seller was aware of?

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No.  The “voetstoots” clause only covers those that he was not aware of.  If the purchaser can therefore prove that the seller was indeed aware of the latent defects, for example a leaking roof or a crack in the wall, he can still claim compensation in respect thereof.

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