the important fact, which is not clear from your question, is what did the seller's agent do with the counter offer? If is was provided to your agent, then the question is: was a time limite provided in the counter offer for you to respond. Seems to me the bet thing for you to do is consult with a real estate atorney and provide him/her a copy of the documents and the contact information for your agent, if it is a different agent that the agent of the seller. If it is the same agent serving in...
There are way too many significant legal issues involved. You need to hire an attorney who is experienced in handling non-competition/non-disclosure agreements. You should not attempt to represent yourself in this important matter.
You might also want to contact: Bureau of Consumer and Facility ServicesAttention: Application UnitP.O. Box 2700Albany, NY 12220-0700 They may have further suggestions, but since they license the dealers, I am sure they should be able to help.
I agree pretty much with the two prior answers, but I think that, even with being low on funds, it would be well worth your while to consult with an atty who can read the contract and advise you of any possible defenses to the claims to be made under the contract. The atty will need to see the contract.
Something is not making sense on this. Is there a problem with paying off your trade in? Did the daeler learn something about the trade in after the deal was done that was not know when the deal was made? Have you been contacted by the bank which approved your financing? What is the delaer giving you as a reason for not doing the deal? You should contact as attorney to assist you if this is not resolved promptly between you and the dealer.
Are you sure this charge is not for storm water? Without knowing a little more information it is difficult to answer your question. It would be helpful to know if your house is located within the city and what the notice actually states. feel free to follow up with a phone call to us as we should e ble to get an answer for you without any delay or a lot of expnese.. 253-620-1500
Mr. Rossman's advise is very good. All that I would add is to suggest you go and talk with the pawn shop owner or manager and see if he/she will agree to give you an extension or change the terms to something that you can handle. Remind them that you have been, I assume, a good long time paying customer. At worst, the pawn shop owner can only say no. You should not wait until the deadline for payment has past. Do it as soon as you can. Or, find a reative or good friend who will help you...
It may well be that the attorney is having difficulty locating the person who has the lien on the property, and this is necessary to determine the status of the lien, assuming it is a proper lien. I am sure that if you inquired, the estate attorney would provide more information to the appropriate persons handling the estate for the decedent. If not, another attorney can be contacted. Three weeks is not necessarily an unreasonable amount of time when someone cannot be easily located.