Q: Hello me and my wife sold a mobile home to a guy under the condition it had to be moved so we could put our house on
The property it has been 3 months and we have located several movers for him and he has yet to get it moved what can we do?
Also the title is only notarized to him he still hasn't put it in his name
A: To get it removed, you will have to file an eviction. But it isn't a normal eviction where you just put the belongings out on the street. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney to review the situation and advise you.
A: I personally would need more information to answer this question. Did the buyer and seller have a written purchase agreement. Was there a time limit within which the buyer must move? Did the agreement set out remides for the buyer and seller in the event one failed to meet a condition subsequent? The answer to all of these will determine what actions the seller might take against the buyer. The seller may wish to file a complaint for injunctive relief. Expect to pay around 7-10K to get started depending on the jurisdiction.
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