When purchasing a property from a relo company this is a very standard request. Normally the relo company will give you a copy of all the disclosures that their seller/employee gave to them. Most times the relo company will also give you a home inspection report. In other words they try to tell you everything that is wrong with the property upfont and then ask you to hold them harmless if you purchase the property. In my opinion, complete all your inspections as normal, request any repairs needed and move forward. Good luck, Walter
Consult an attorney on your rights as a buyer in this regard.
Great answers so far. If you need the name of a good home inspector and contractor, since I think you should probably know not just the repairs that are needed, but the cost too, let me know. If major or lots of repairs are needed, you may be able to get the relo-seller to lower the price.
We see the same documents here in No. Calif. The relo company has no direct connection to the property and is only acting on behalf of the seller and their employer. They just don't want you to sue them for defects in the property.
Be sure and do as many inspections as you can so you know the condition of the property!
Best of luck!