Answer: By law the Seller has to to provide Sellers Disclosures.
SELLER IS OBLIGATED UNDER LAW, REGARDLESS OF OCCUPANCY, TO DISCLOSE TO BUYERS DEFECTS IN THE PROPERTY AND FACTS KNOWN TO SELLER THAT MATERIALLY AND ADVERSELY AFFECT THE USE AND VALUE OF THE PROPERTY THAT CANNOT BE DISCOVERED BY A REASONABLE INSPECTION BY AN ORDINARY PRUDENT BUYER.
However oftentimes the Seller has never occupied the property and has no knowledge of the property. I advise agents to have the Seller sign the SPCD’s and put a line at the top of the form that says something like this: “Seller has never occupied property and has no knowledge of the property”. This discloses what they do or do not know and fulfills the requirement to disclose.