On the purchase and sale paper, it has the signatures of couple B and husband A, but there was no notary because the business and the lease were on couple B's name. The transaction was done and new lease was created. 4 months later, wife B said it was her husband's decision, but not her. Wife A refused wife B's request because she has put a lot money to remodel the business. When wife A wasn't at the business, wife B came and took things without wife A's consent. Wife A then called husband B to ask. He said he forged his wife's signature and his wife is looking for a lawyer.
Will couple A lose the case? If the business is given back to couple B, will couple A get back what they paid plus the money they've put in the business?
Wife B also wants to sue landlord for the new lease with A.Sorry for the typo. The seller's wife wanted more money because she said it was sold without her consent. Can Wife B really sue this landlord too? Please give me your insights about this case first before I find an attorney. Thanks for your help.
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