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Normally a lease is not signed until the deposit has been paid. So if you do sign the lease when you have not moved in or paid the deposit, you have the advantage and are probably not obliged to continue the tenancy.
Buyers remorse in Texas does not cover cars. If you agree to buy a car, and have signed a contract and put down a deposit, it is up to the seller to determine how much time you have to cancel. You may be unable to cancel without losing your deposit.
Can I cancel a contract that I signed if it is within 72 hours in NY State?
If you have not signed a lease then yes, you are not tied down. But you may lose your deposit and/or your hold. But you should be refunded your first month's rent. If you have signed the lease than its a diffrent story. You can not back out of a lease unless the appartment ownership lets you. It is noramally a large fee (around $3500 in some instances). Take care
It could depend on the type of contract and in which state. In California, if you sign a home improvement contract, (room addition, kitchen remodel, etc.) you have 3 BUSINESS DAYS to cancel IF you signed the contract in your home. If you signed it in the contractors office you cannot cancel by law. It also depends on who you are dealing with. If all you lose is your deposit, consider it a lesson learned. Otherwise, see an attorney.
You can always cancel a contract regardless of where you signed it, provided you are willing to pay the resulting damages for cancellation without a valid reason.
You call them and cancel. If you signed a contract, review the contract for any early termination requirements.
No they cannot. If they signed a lease that states a specific deposit and that deposit was paid, they cannot retroactively increase the deposit. If they continue to demand the extra payment of a security deposit, inform them to stop contacting you and that your lease is active and you're not consenting to any changes to it.
Normally a security deposit is paid before the lease is signed. Once your lease is mutually signed then you have the right to move in.
noun - We paid a 10% deposit when the agreement was signed. verb - The bank will deposit the money in our account tomorrow.
If it is signed by both parties it is a binding contract. The lessee can cancel, but may be subject to cancellation fees. The landlord can cancel if the tenant has broken the lease agreement in any way. This would entail a notice from the landlord to the tenant. If the renewal is signed by only one party, it is not yet valid.
There is nothing to cancel if there is nothing signed. In the court of law there is nothing they can do with hear say.
If contracts are signed and exchanged then the contract law of your country/state applies and you will not be able to cancel.
You cannot cancel a lease in most cases if you already signed it. It is a legally binding contract unless the contract says you can cancel it.
The only way to cancel a support obligation is to have an order, signed by a judge, suspending or terminating the support order.
No you cant because you have signed a contract and it means you have to deal with it till it ends.
That depends on whether you signed anything when you put down the deposit, and whether it was a refundable deposit or a non-refundable one.
Yes. All you need is a death certificate, there is always a clause for death of the person who signed the lease. If you co-signed, then they don't have to cancel it, but you can probably talk them into it anyway.
A car dealership can cancel a purchase if they haven't received the right amount of money to honor the contract. Otherwise, they can't cancel a contract that has already been signed.
They can ask, and some people might do it, but you don't have to, unless the deposit is written into the lease.
You can cancel a new car contract, but there may be penalties or fees depending on the agreement. The specifics will be outlined in the signed contract.
Depends ... please read the "fine print" and everything in the written contract. It could be that you might get a percentage of your deposit returned or it may mean that you get nothing back ... you signed the contract, which means you agreed to ALL the terms stated in writing ... this is why it is SO important to read everything in a contract, even if it takes 2 hours - just read it.
That depends on the provisions in the contract. If the mortgage application process delays the transaction well beyond the agreed upon closing date that may provide a reason to cancel. Also, if the home inspection for the lender causes additional expense for the seller that may also provide a reason to cancel. You should seek the advice of an attorney or at least an experienced agent.
An up-to-date inspection is a prerequisite for registering ANY road going vehicle.