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Nishad Khan

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  • Signed escrow last week for this home and we close in two days! Is it too late to retract my offer without any legal problems?

    Hi, Back in November I made an offer on a short sale home that I loved. But my offer was the second; I decided to continue waiting because the first offer was low. We waited for 2 months but I lost the home. Since then I made an offer on a new ...

    Nishad’s Answer

    Possibly. It depends on the contract and if the money went “hard’. If so you may have issues. Its important to have the contract reviewed by the attorney.

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  • How must a tenant in a foreclosed home be notified of the terms regarding moving out?

    I'm a renter of a home that foreclosed. I was told that the bank/new owner is required to send something in the mail outlining the details and my options (i.e., a 90-day period to move out, or what to do if I have a current lease, etc.). I never ...

    Nishad’s Answer

    Yes, posting a letter to the door will satisfy the requirements of notice. The method is the same as an eviction or 3 day notice. However, they have to prove that it was actually done. Often times, landlord’s will take pictures to prove to the court. If they cannot prove that the notice was provided then a judge may require them to give the tenant more time. They have the burden of proving the 3 day notice was properly posted. Its important you speak to an attorney to determine if you have a strong case.

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  • I purchased a condo at a Foreclosure auction where the HOA forced the previous owners out.

    I received the certificate of title about three weeks past the auction and then we contacted the association to gain access to see the unit. They will not let us enter or even see the unit until the equity ownership dues are paid in full which ar...

    Nishad’s Answer

    Florida Statutes allow associations to control units that are delinquent in dues. The association can step in and place tenants in the unit as well. If that is the case, then your access may be restricted. However, if the unit is vacant, then you should be able to access the unit but the access to common elements may be limited.

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