Seems you have identified the limit of your entitlement. Null and void suggests action that has some irrational basis.
However, he who buys the best attorney will prevail.
Choosing this course of action has little to do with right or wrong and everything to do with the depth of your pockets.
So, are you seeking fair settlement or retaliation? Your attorney will find this information important. The latter will make them dance in the street.
Boca Raton, FL
Really, what you need to do is to get agreement from the vendors to cancel the transaction. But to just declare, "I'm outta here?" I assure you, it won't be the last word in the conversation.
So - talk to your agent, and if that doesn't work, talk to an attorney.
All the best,
If a material defect was 'hidden' from you, most states provide recourse. However, determining if what you felt was left out is a defect is impossible without knowing more.
Kindred Real Estate
There's just too much information missing from your question for us to give you any kind of accurate response.
Much depends on your contract, and what it says in the contract. It also depends on what stage of the purchase you're in. Are you still within the attorney review/inspection period? And, of course, what relevant piece of information was missing?
Northern Illinois is an area where we use attorneys in about 98% of our transactions. Assuming that have one involved, this is the perfect question to bring to his/her attention.