In the state of Arizona how many days does a person have to legally cancel a written and signed contract when not done in the buyer's home?
You have three business days to cancel a contract if: The sale was solicited in the consumer's home; or A gift was offered for attending a sales presentation that led to the contract; or A consumer's primary home is used as security and the loan is not used to purchase or construct the home. Otherwise, a signed contract - for a car, an item or a service - is legal and binding in all 50 states in the U.S.
If you are asking is there a cooling off period or buyers remise law in Florida on the purchase of a used car the answer is no. Once you sign the contract you are legally bound to that contract and it cannot be cancelled unless the seller agrees to that cancelation. The Buyers Remorse or Cooling Off Period laws do not apply to the sale of a new or used vehicle in any state.
How long is a seller obligated to pay commission to a real estate agent after their contract has expired before you can sell to someone new that the realtor had no communication with?
I dont know about the "grounds" BUT any changes to a CONTRACT have to be approved by BOTH parties to the contract. Did either/both of your "buyers" get approved by the LENDER to assume your contract? Some contracts are NOT assumable as written by the lender. Even if they did get approved to assume, they still have to wait for the lender to do their oart. Could it have been impatience on the part of…
In undivided interest of property if all are on the note and 1 decides to stop paying their share of the note Can the others foreclose on that person and take their share away from them?
The answer is most likely "no". The relationship which gives rise to the power to foreclose is between the lender or seller and the buyer or buyers, not between joint buyers. The relationship between buyers, or joint owners will determine among them how to enforce joint payment of the mortgage. Is there a contract between the buyers? Is it written or oral? If oral is there a documented practice between the buyers? How this is…
Does Pennsylvania have a buyers remorse law a consumer has 3 business days to cancel a health club contract?
If two buyers are listed on car contract but no co-signer is listed will second buyer be responsible in repossession?
Rescission is allowed when there is Fraud, misrepresentation or mistakes- it is the act of cancellation or termination of written agreement or contract . And going back to the question, if there is legal basis to that, I think that any real estate agency, even the the buyers has all the right of rescission.
If you had expensive light fixtures mounted when the house was sold can you replace them with cheaper ones before you move?
Not unless it was clearly stated in the sales contract that the fixtures were to be removed. If it wasn't so stated, then everything the buyers saw they should receive. If you now wish to keep them, you could contact the buyers agent and request that you be allowed to take them with you. The buyers may allow it or, in exchange for them, ask for the price to be adjusted.
Can owners in a 6 unit condo legally vet a new buyer to weed out any potential trouble such as excessive noise and partying?
If you bought a car six days ago and regret the decision is there any way you can get out of the loan?
One of the most pervasive urban myths is that consumers have the right to cancel any contract within 3 days, under the Iowa buyers remorse laws. Unfortunately, for most items including real estate and automobiles, no such right exists. One of the most pervasive urban myths is that consumers have the right to cancel any contract within 3 days, under the Iowa buyers remorse laws. Unfortunately, for most items including real estate and automobiles, no…
Yes, usually there is a 3 day policy or week policy. Anything you signed for can be done. You can return a car because you don't like the color, gear, tires, etc. You will get a chance to return it no matter what. No. The car is yours and there is no buyers remorse law for vehicles. When you signed the contract, there is a statement about that in the wording somewhere. You own the…
There are 3 different types of forward pricing: (1) Forward contracts (which include cash forward contracts, minimum price forward contracts and deferred pricing contracts) (2) Futures Contracts and (3) Option Contracts. A forward contract is an agreement between two parties to buy or sell an asset at an agreed future point in time. The trade date and delivery date are separated. A futures contract is a standardized forward contract that is traded on an exchange…