Asked by Tom, Telford, PA • Tue Dec 2, 2008
I'm selling my home which is heated by an oil burner. I have an oil tank with quite a bit of oil remaining in it. With oil prices as they are today, the oil in the tank cost me a lot of money. I know when I bought the house some 20 years ago, I had to compensate the seller for the oil remaining in the tank at the time of settlement. I mentioned this to the realtor selling my house, and she told me she hasn't ever heard of such a thing, and she's been doing this for 25 years. She told me that I basically just have to give the buyer the oil, as if it were a "fixture" of the house. So, I've been told two different things at two different time periods. Did the laws change? What is the correct answer for today? The house I'm selling is in Pennsylvania.
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