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Many home builders use ''for sale" signs to attract prospective purchasers. These signs not only establish the name of the listing realtor, but they entice potential purchasers to enter the house and inspect its features. However, few home builders recognize that they may face liability if ah injury occurs while the prospective purchaser is in the home. A recent Missouri case is an excellent example of the liability a construction company may face in this situation. In Singleton v. Charlebois Construction Company, 690 S.W.2d 845 (Mo. 1985), Mr. and Mrs. Singleton toured a house under construction by Charlebois that had a "for sale" sign in the front yard listing the realestate company's name and phone number. There was no