is a buyer required to close on a condo when title search turns up lack of a permanent c.o. due to a violation

Asked by S.osleeb, Long Beach, NY Mon Mar 9, 2009

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Jolie Muss, , Upper West Side, New York, NY
Sat Mar 14, 2009
S. Osleeb,
This is a matter for an specialized real estate attorney, real estate agents or brokers are not allowed to advise on legal matters and in any case in NYS you need an attorney to go to contract.
Always retain your own attorney, not one provided by the seller or their agents..
Good luck!
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Everett Perry, Agent, Fresh Meadows, NY
Tue Mar 10, 2009
Short answer = no.

If you check the contract i indicated that on the 2nd page I think.
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