Introduction. In Ivy v. Garcia, Buyer sued Sellers for fraudulently inducing Buyer into entering a contract and buying Sellers’ defective home. 03-18-00545-CV, 2019 WL 3756483 (Tex. App.—Austin Aug. 9, 2019, no pet. h.). Sellers filed a motion for summary judgment on the basis that the as-is clause in the purchase contact barred Buyer’s

Introduction. The Texas Supreme Court reversed a judgment rendered against IBM originally in the amount of $21 million because Lufkin Industries disclaimed its reliance upon IBM’s misrepresentations in the written contract between the parties. Int’l Bus. Machines Corp. v. Lufkin Indus., LLC, 573 S.W.3d 224 (Tex. 2019), reh’g denied (May 31, 2019).

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