Richard Samuel Price's answer Your question should be addressed to a Virginia attorney. You have posted under California Real Estate Law. I suggest that you re-post your question under Virginia Real Estate Law.
Zaher Fallahi's answer I see your question is unclear and that is why no one has attempted to answer it. I would suggest you kindly rewrite the question clearly and completely. Always make sure the attorney would understand the question. Otherwise, they won’t answer it. Good luck. Zaher Fallahi, Tax Attorney, CPA.
Richard Samuel Price's answer It would depend on whether the house was built with the basement being considered part of the GLA. You can check with the city or county building and safety for permits for the basement as part of the GLA. You can also check with the county assessor to see how many square feet is the total GLA of the home.
2. Write a letter to the seller and the seller's agent demanding the money for the damages or costs to repair. In the letter, you'll have to request mediation if you used a standard California Association of Realtors residential purchase agreement.
3. If the seller and/or seller's agent refuses mediation, then you can sue for your damages or costs to repair. If the damages are less than $10,000, then you...
Robert Jason De Groot's answer No, you cannot just get them removed, probably without filing a court case for partition. They are owners too. Go see a local attorney for a full discussion about these problems.
Richard Samuel Price's answer No state requires that you use a real estate agent. California uses escrow agents for closings, not attorneys. I'm sorry, but I don't practice in the other states that you mentioned.
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