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As a Paranormal Investigator, I think if the dwelling in question has been publicly declared a "haunted" venue, especially if said building has profited from that designation, then by all means the disclosure should be made. Also, if there has been an investigation done for reasons of discomfort and technical evidence of a haunting has been professionally gathered then a disclosure should be made on ethical grounds. In very rare occasions, a haunting can be deemed as threatening or dangerous and if this sort of activity has been well documented; i.e.physical or mental harm has occurred then yes; I would strongly recommend that a legal disclosure should be mandatory.