This case takes place in Kentucky and involves a seller’s failure to disclose material facts about a residential property to a purchaser. The home in question had been broken into by a neighbor with a history of mental illness prior to going into contract with the purchaser. The seller failed to reveal this information to the purchaser. The home was purchased some time later – and shortly thereafter was broken into once again by the same neighbor. This neighbor has broken into the home several additional times, has been apprehended by the police, and a restraining order has been filed against him. Nevertheless, the purchaser no longer feels comfortable in the home as he was frightened and distraught by the trespasser. He contends that the information pertaining to the previous breaking / entering incident should have been disclosed by the seller prior to purchasing the property.