Landlord & Tenant Lawyers Ada OK

I agreed to buy a one bedroom apartment but now that I started working from home realize I need a second room to use as an office. Can I cancel and if so, how? I imagine that you hired an attorney to handle the closing on your apartment. You need ask him or her to advise you of your rights, as they vary from state to state.

Ron Baze
(405) 255-9375
228 Robert S. Kerr Ave. Ste. 220
Oklahoma City, OK
Specialties
Business, Employment, Elder Law, Probate, Family, Administrative Law, Landlord & Tenant
Education
University of Texas
State Licensing
Texas

Robert Shannon Bridges
(918) 217-6490
7120 S Lewis Ave # 200
Tulsa, OK
Specialties
Bankruptcy, Debt Collection, Business, Administrative Law, Real Estate, Landlord & Tenant, Litigation
Education
Southern Methodist University
State Licensing
Texas

Ben Ballengee
215 Dean A. Mcgee Avenue, Suite 820
Oklahoma City, OK
Specialties
Intellectual Property, Employment, Probate, Administrative Law, Landlord & Tenant
Education
Texas Tech University
State Licensing
Texas

Christopher Jason D Attorney At Law
(580) 436-1114
211 1/2 W 13th St
Ada, OK
 
Neal Rob
(580) 332-5579
525 S Mississippi Ave
Ada, OK
 
Christopher Michael Hunt
(918) 786-6002
P O Box 450939
Grove, OK
Specialties
Bankruptcy, Social Security, Landlord & Tenant
Education
Oklahoma City University
State Licensing
Texas

Travis Siegel
(405) 478-3737
2908 Via Esperanza
Edmond, OK
Specialties
Landlord - Tenant

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Mayhue Chas D Atty
(580) 332-1841
S of City
Ada, OK
 
Deaton Davison & Kessinger
(580) 332-1752
300 S Rennie St
Ada, OK
 
Deaton Austin R Jr
(580) 332-1752
300 S Rennie St
Ada, OK
 
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Q: I agreed to buy a one bedroom apartment but now that I started working from home realize I need a second room to use as an office. Can I cancel and if so, how?

 

I imagine that you hired an attorney to handle the closing on your apartment. You need ask him or her to advise you of your rights, as they vary from state to state. However, I assume you signed a contract, and your rights are probably spelled out clearly in the terms of the agreement that you executed.

You may very well be at peril of losing your down payment, though the sellers may be willing to work with you in the event they can find another buyer, particularly if that buyer is willing to pay a higher price. Just the same, they may have no obligation to return your deposit even in that circumstance, and that is why it is imperative you seek legal counsel to understand your options under both the contract and the law.

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