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I'm "occupying", but haven't taken possession (re: title) yet. Gentlemen, I'd ask that you please stop making the assumptions necessary to justify your anguish. It's better to ASK before you bark. I completed a "PDI" walkthrough which, in my locale, starts a 30-day clock for warranty purposes. Even outside of the warranty I'm fairly certain I can bring a suit if I care to. Anyways, since I haven't received any more than one or two helpful responses in this thread, you...
I purchased pre-construction, so I didn't see the property before buying. Knowing/not knowing the provisions of the contract pre-construction is not determinative in this situation. You guys are annoying.
Quote: Originally Posted by Piobaire I love statements like this. And these are even better. 'Cause yeah, the issue over a dinky condo is going to trial. The likelihood of success at trial is what ultimately determines the heft of your bargaining power during negotiation. Even if it the matter is "dinky", the other side will either hear you or not based on how effectively you can convince them that you would succeed if you took them to...
???????? What are you guys talking about? The purchase price of a condominium is based, in large part, on square footage. Square footage, in turn, is determined in large measure by floor plans provided prior to sale. Where actual square footage is not commensurate with promised square footage, common sense dictates that liability is at issue. Promise not fulfilled. Now, contractual provisions in a Purchase and Sale Agreement as well as the existence of governing...
The building isn't registered. It's only at an occupancy stage right now. I suppose I'll have to contact my RE lawyer.
Quote: Originally Posted by CouttsClient There is usually a disclaimer someplace on those floor plans that say they might not match actual layouts. How did you miss that in the walk-through? Usually something like this: Floor plans are conceptual in nature and are merely an artist's rendition. These plans are solely for illustrative purposes and should never be relied upon I missed it because I wasn't thinking. Either way, I don't...
According to the floor plan, the den in my new condo was supposed to be an open square without obstructions. Now that I have possession, I notice there's a square wall in one of the corners taking up about 4 square feet. I spoke with another owner on the same corner of the building and apparently the space is occupied by a vent, so there's no removing or changing it. I'm not seeking legal advice, but what happens in situations like this? Any real estate folks kicking...
Quote: Originally Posted by munchausen this. I question whether op should be a lawyer at all. So real lawyers are priests, not philosophers? Anyways, these are just divergent viewpoints. I like to think about my job, not just perform it. Perhaps that's because I appreciate just how powerful my role is in shaping the lives and destinies of others. I will be called to the Bar in June, by the way.
Quote: Originally Posted by Grenadier This threak: Fair enough. I will resign unsatisfied.
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