"[Klamath Falls, Ore] Within days of moving in this past summer, Beth
Hankins, an ER nurse, started experiencing breathing problems. Then Jonathan
got migraine-like headaches and nosebleeds. By the third week, their
2-year-old son, Ezra, developed mouth sores... They were about to schedule
doctor visits when a neighbor shared the bad news: 2427 Radcliffe was a
former meth house."
Check the article for all the crawfishing on disclosure requirements. Bottom
line on disclosure is the entity selling a foreclosed home would have no
reason to know the joint was contaminated and, hence, has no duty to
disclose what it does not know!