Wrongdoing Within Realty Transactions
A home is a person's largest investment and, big or small, is a person's castle. When a realty deal goes awry or certain defects are discovered after closing, legal disputes often arise.
Common Issues may involve, among other things:
- The improper removal of fixtures or certain chattels prior to closing;
- The failure to close whereas a buyer abandons the agreement;
- The failure to properly close a pool or perform other maintenance;
- The failure to close in 'broom swept condition'.
Improperly Failing to Provide Disclosures An unfortunate and all too common type of legal case involves the allegation of failure to disclose a latent defect...Learn More
The case of 1784773 Ont. Inc. v K-W Labour Association et al, 2013 ONSC 5401 suggests that a seller who 'jokes' about a house being haunted...Learn More