Q: forced to sign a note . that reads i agree to pay 8.297.00 a month at 20 % forever. nothing about total are what its for
seller who forced this signing . sold the me the property on 11/22/13. 10 month before a probate was filed .knowing of new ownership pending via back taxes . i was at 6k in the rehab and 4.3k paid to him . when it hit. after 6 months of wondering the halls of justice. this one lady in the probate office broke everyone's silence .id theft , obtaining a mortgage under fraudulent pretense, dealing in stolen property that was in care of the state, uttering a forged instrument and more. cops refused to file a report. he sent a lady that same night . who had him on the phone "pay it or pack". he extorted 1k. then before i passed it on. i relayed my findings . and being i put 1500 down on a 10k agreed purchase when he brought his self written contract he had added 5k more . contracting to do all repairs. and getting 1k to buy the flooring needed . that i believe we should call it even . i am out 11k+ he don't own it. and i live in it . so take the grand pay up. get her to write it up sign
A: I am not sure what your question is because you do not actually have one, but I can tell from the facts you need to hire a real estate litigator immediately. The facts are too many to rely on general advice from an online forum. No one should buy real estate in Florida without having an attorney involved.
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