Belton, TX asked in Real Estate Law for Texas

Q: What exactly is a Non-Commencement affidavit on a Real Estate transaction registered with the state.

How serious is the government about perusing blatant false sworn affidavits that were a key part of cheating me out of rightful wages. After I cleared, staked, paid $15,000 for 58 tandem axel loads of engineered fill, installed erosion protection on one house pad and had my equipment operator utilize borrowed materials to affix riprap on the slopes.

Plus work on the swimming pool including removing all steel previously tied by a contractor in error. After I did this and much more during a 4 month span of time, working it every day.

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A: I want to help you but its hard to understand your questions. I would like to see any contracts that are the basis for the real estate transaction in which you are involved.

The terms of your agreement and TX laws will apply and probably answer your concerns.

Please ask again directly to my office or re-ask the questions with attaching your written agreement.

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