I freely own a (paid in full) house in Miami, Florida. I agreed to sell it as-is to a company, then changed my mind due to some unethical activities they were doing. They filed a Lis Pendis and fast forward, we have come to a new agreement and contract. I do not live in the USA and am agreeing to sign their contract by returning it by mail. What terms should I include to cover myself in this sale, as they are the ones writing the contract? They have also included a Compliance Agreement and General Disclaimer agreement, showing them as the "Seller" and a different group of people as the "Buyer". What is that, should I be concerned? I do not trust these people, as they have been caught lying several times.
For ANY terms that you do not fully comprehend, of course you should be concerned, and you would be nuts to proceed with this without legal representation.
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