Your question does not contain sufficient facts to provide a complete answer. That said, it sounds like the seller may have breached his or her contract with you and you would be entitled, at least, to a refund of what you paid to the seller. In a conventional breach of contract situation, the most...Read more »
As a general matter, unless your lease contains a provision stating that, upon a sale of the property, the lease can be terminated and you can be evicted, your lease would still be in effect after the sale and the new owners would step in as your new landlord. Yes, the new owners have to honor your...Read more »
The answer will depend on the terms of the purchase and sale agreement. Does it allow for the retraction of your offer? Also, there should be a section concerning termination of the agreement, which should list the allowable circumstances for termination. Assuming it does, then you would need to be...Read more »
When I first spoke with the salesman they told me to send the deposit right away to keep the price from going up. So I did send them $8,000 required by them. A few days later they sent me another statement had a $3,000 price increase. I told him I wanted to cancel and get my money back they said no... Read more »
Your available rights and remedies will depend, first and foremost, on the terms of the contract between the steel company and you. Assuming the contract provides for an agreed delivery date in May, you will need to review the contract terms to see if the terms allow the steel company to change the...Read more »
We closed on the sale of our house August 3, 2020. I called the utility company to find out what the final utility payment would be and was told the payment amount would be given to the realtor to be deducted from the proceeds of the house. The bank only deducted $100.00, not the total amount of... Read more »
Did you receive an extra $374.50 in sale proceeds because the bank only deducted $100.00, not the total amount of $474.50, from the sale proceeds? If so, then you have to pay the $374.50. That puts all parties where they should have been. Plus, your closing documents probably contain language...Read more »
The answer will depend primarily, if not entirely, on the terms of your contract with the seller. What does it say about the consequences of the failure of the seller to deliver title on the closing date? That may give you the right to cancel the contract. If you have a broker, you should be...Read more »
You likely owe the amount of $875, even without a written lease, because leases can be oral and, as you say, you agreed to pay that amount in a text. It is difficult for me to respond on the plane ticket. What was your and her understanding at the time she bought the ticket? Was the ticket a gift...Read more »
We closed on our new home a few days back. It stated in our contract the property was to be empty at closing, during the final walk through the seller still had loads of stuff left behind. We verbally agreed to grant an additional 3 days for them to move out. It’s the 4th day their dragging their... Read more »
Although I realize this is not a landlord-tenant situation, I would think if you followed the procedure outlined under Maine law for personal property that is abandoned or unclaimed by a tenant following the tenant’s vacating a rental unit, which can be found at 14 M.R.S. § 6013, you should be...Read more »
Aaron’s closed its rockland maine shop and I asked them to get there stuff Because I was selling the house and they said they didn’t want to cause they are closing to and to ask another Aaron’s company to collect it so we did and basically got the run around anyways I have received many calls... Read more »
I am sorry, but there aren’t enough facts in your question to allow me to answer it. Perhaps it would be more efficient and helpful for you to call our office at your convenience at 846-6111 and ask for my partner, Cecilia Guecia?
When we started the process we agreed to buy the display model because we were promised a fast turnaround before school starts. Now they are saying it won't be until next week after 2 months of struggling to even get a date scheduled. They had originally said the week of August 19th but... Read more »
Or the bank just gave him a loan and then he told me that the bank sold it to a brokerage company and he will continue paying to the company and then the company asked for higher price for the house and I don’t think it’s a true story
Currently I'm the buyer in an owner finance agreement and have missed my August payment. This is the only payment I have missed. I informed the sellers that I would be making a late payment, including my late fees as soon as my check from my new job comes in on the 28th. The sellers then told... Read more »
One year ago I made a verbal agreement I would pay one year on a car he purchased with a secured loan. I made the payments on time for one year, but now he’s bullying and harassing me saying I need to finish paying out the adorations two years. The car was $3500, and I held my end of the verbal... Read more »
Verbal agreements can be enforceable under many circumstances, and this may be one of those situations, but the problem you are facing is the primary issue with verbal agreements. If there is a dispute over the agreement, then you need to prove the terms of the agreement with testimony (because...Read more »
We have squatters in our camp on leased land in the unorganized territories of Maine. We have everything we need to show the camp is ours but we do not know the legal system. Can you have a warranty deed to a building that is on leased land?
The short answer is yes, but there may be significant consequences caused by the fact that one party started the work before a written contract was in place. For example, under Maine law, "[a]ny home construction contract for more than $3,000 in materials or labor must be in writing and must...Read more »
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