There are some critical facts missing from your facts: (1) Why are you asking for advice in mid-September 2019 about events that you say occurred in May 2017? There must be more than you are telling us.
You obtain the assistance of a lawyer to review the claims and he or she will assist in this regard if there is a claim to be brought. I would not worry about a class let’s start with what happened to you and whether there is a chance for recovery or a claim against the broker at issue. If...Read more »
Appraisal was completed and closings docs signed . The title company provided closing date . Closed two days prior to buyers closing . Day after sellers pre close paperwork was signed , the appraisal was flagged contract expired before lender could provide explanation. 12 hours later , lender... Read more »
Short answer is likely not, but you need to get off line and into an attorneys office in your area asap. There is just no way to say what should be done via this online forum and without reviewing all of the closing paperwork ect.
My shipment hasn't arrived and now find out the carrier the broker hired had no insurance. Also in terms of agreement any court proceedings were to be handled under Florida law. I'm in Montana. Any suggestions please thank you
No way to say without first reviewing the contract documents. The refund of EMD can be a tricky topic that depends upon a variety of facts. Consult with a real estate attorney in the Hollywood, FL area.
Your question does not provide enough information to give you a proper answer. If you are saying that you paid a deposit and now the landlord is not returning your calls, I would try to stop payment on the check. If that's not an option, I would write a letter requesting your deposit back and...Read more »
Absolutely no obligation. Multiple offers is a very common situation and they may have already had other full asking price offers. Or there may already be an offer over asking and your offer, or broker is giving everyone a best and final offer chance. And an ad is not a binding contract either....Read more »
I paid in full 12/15/2016 for unrestricted stocks. Then he and I had a dispute not related to the stock. The person I bought the stocks from took his time on getting me my stock and when I did receive the stocks they were restricted. I then had to pay his lawyer $250 to get a opinion letter... Read more »
You need the services of an attorney who works for you, not the other party. I don't know why you were required to pay the other party's attorney, but it may be something in the contract. Your attorney can review the whole matter and advise you.
Maybe, maybe not. It was equally your duty to review your own documents for errors; as you admit you did and found the error but said nothing. The law equally puts the duty to read contract on you as one of the signing parties. This is surely a mess and you will need to retain an attorney.
With a brokers help they wrote a lease agreement for a tenant of mine. but now i find out i signed a paper that says for any renewals or extensions i have to pay 5% of the yearly total to the broker who got me the tenant. its been 3 years ago and i have not renewed since then. i want to renew with... Read more »
If the person is an attorney, yes. If not licensed as a real estate broker or agent, no.
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