Asked by Wayne Happ, Califon, NJ • Thu Jan 3, 2008
I've passed attorney review in a home buying process. It seems that there's a good chance the seller may of knowingly put false information on the disclosure. A plumbing inspector and house inspetor told me the same thing, Some work looks new, some old. Need to go to the town to see if permits required. I called the town bilding dept. The town building departmemt tells me that the the seller needs to come in and tell them what he did so they can determine if permits were required. This town is Ok with permits after the fact as long as it passes inspection. The seller refues to go and stops answering email phone etc.. Can I take any legal action against this guy to make him either get permits or reimburse me for my expenses? The cherry on top is that the sellers real estate agent told him to get permits but never followed up to see if he did and never relayed the info to me or my real estate agent. Now I'm hopping mad, I feel that the seller nor his lawyer/agent are doing due diligence
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