Chelmsford, MA asked in Real Estate Law for Massachusetts

Q: I have a real estate lawyer doing my purchase and sales agreement why would he give it to the buyer's first??

The house that I am saying is a affordable unit through housing authority that I have owned for over 20 years there is a deed Rider that I do not understand but I thought I would get to see the purchase and sales first

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1 Lawyer Answer
Lillian J. LaRosa
Lillian J. LaRosa
  • Woburn, MA
  • Licensed in Massachusetts

A: You should talk to your lawyer about your questions and find out from them why you did not see the P & S before the purchaser and if you are not comfortable with your counsel you should seek other counsel ASAP as in the real estate sphere "time is of the essence".

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