I had a Realtor represent me as a buyer in a foreclosure sale. The HOA minutes were not provided to me by my Realtor. I was under the impression that it was part of my Realtor's 'due diligence' to provide me as the buyer - with HOA minutes for the past twelve months. Is this not true? The building my condo is within is in need of major repairs and I am being specially asset to the tune of 27k. I would like to recover some of this loss from the Realtor who represented me; as I feel as though he did not do his job adequately when he did not provide minutes which would have revealed the structural damages known (for years previously) at the time when I made the purchase. He also made representation that he 'knew the building' and it 'was a good building.' Thank you.