Reynolds v. Fowler Pest Control and Insulation, Inc
In Reynolds v. Fowler Pest Control and Insulation, Inc., 479 So. 2d 1185 (Ala. 1985), the plaintiffs sued a pest control company for fraud, arguing that at the time of the closing, the company represented in writing that the property was free of termite damage, when there was significant damage to the house.
The Court held that, because the inspection form contained the language, "This is not a structural damage report. Neither is this a warranty as to the absence of wood destroying insects," the plaintiffs were not victims of misrepresentation. Reynolds, 479 So. 2d at 1187.