We bought a house the seller was to turn house over to buyer neat and clean. its a mess and has drywall damage in every room.

Asked over 1 year ago - Elko, NV

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  1. Lawrence W. Freiman

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    Answered . It will depend on what your contract says. You should definitely have your real estate agent review it. If your real estate agent can't help you, you should speak with an attorney.

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  2. Pamela Koslyn

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    Answered . Usually real estate contracts provide that a seller sell a house in "broom clean" condition. Also there's usually an inspection shortly before closing.

    Have you contacted your RE agent, so they can contact the seller's agent? If the damages are substantial, review what your contract says about dispute resolution, and then see a RE litigator for help to make sure you comply with your contract's requirements.

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  3. Howard Robert Roitman

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    Answered . the Real Property Law requires sellers of residential real estate, with certain exceptions, to provide a Property Condition Disclosure Statement to the buyer or agent prior to the buyer signing the contract of sale. The real estate law requires the seller, based on the seller's actual knowledge, to answer dozens of questions concerning legal, financial, and physical characteristics of the home in question. The form required by the statute provides that a knowingly false or incomplete statement by the seller may subject the seller to claims by the buyer prior to or after the transfer of title.

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