I recently put an offer on a house and had an inspection on a house located on Grand Central Pkway Little

Asked by Peter Chen, Grand Central Pkwy, Little Neck Mon Jul 21, 2008

Neck. The lawyers had the contract going back and forth and the seller's lawyer finally told my lawyer that he has something to disclose to us about the property. The lawyer told us that the property exceeded the limits by approx. 4 feet (3 feet in the neighbor's property and 1 foot on city's property). The 3 feet is actually the driveway of the seller's house. What are the ramifications about going forward with the sale?

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Valerie D'Am…, Agent, New York, NY
Tue May 5, 2015
Great question Peter,

This is a question best left answer by your Real Estate Attorney handling your purchase.

Hope this helps
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Anna M Brocco, Agent, Williston Park, NY
Thu Mar 26, 2009
Check with your attorney and follow his advice.

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Gail Gladsto…, Agent, 11743, NY
Mon Jul 21, 2008
Your attorney should be able to advise you about the notarized documentation that is necessary from both parties. Realtors may not give legal advice, but your attorney should be able to sort this out.
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Dallas Texas, Agent, Dallas, TN
Mon Jul 21, 2008
What are the laws in your state regarding this. What is the length of time? If you have a real estate attorney or realtor who represents you should provide you the answers. A real estate professional cant make a comment unless they have all the documents need too evaluate on your behalf.
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