Q: Can I recoup expenses due to Sellers year-long ignoring requests and changed deed w.o me a not agreed?
March 2019 requested letter or legal documents of our lease to purchase agreement so I could have home owners insurance.
-July 2019 Seller said again would get me documents to obtain insurance. (never happened)
-October 2019 paid in full the sale price.
-Dec 2019 Sellers gave me a deed and title with previous married and maiden names.
-Jan 2020 Deed and Title not recorded due to names not matching the notarized warranty deed and names on title.
-March 26,2020 Seller submitted a Quit Deed to Co. instead of Warranty Deed w.o my knowledge which was not the agreement.
-Title needs the name correction/No documentation to obtain insurance on the mobile home still and seller will not help with title which I can do nothing with without them.
-There was a storm that has caused damage to roof, hot water heater that has caused damage to a wall? They are not communicating and now have changed deed verbiage. What are my options.
A: There is a lot going on here. You definitely need to meet with an attorney. They can help you get copies of the necessary documentation and potentially make a claim to enforce the contract. Hopefully your requests listed in your question were made in writing. But as long as your contract is in writing you can file suit to enforce it.
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