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Answered 2006-08-01 02:11:57

You may have a good claim. The seller is on the hook to repair whatever he agreed to fix in the contract. Your attorney should notify him via his attorney that he is in breech. If the seller fails to respond, your attorney should file a claim against him in civil court. If your attorney is reluctant, find another lawyer.

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