Landlord & Tenant Lawyers Coventry RI

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.

Kristin N. Matsko
(401) 272-6300
120 Wayland Ave, Suite 5
Providence, RI
Specialties
Elder Law, Estate Planning, Real Estate, Business, Landlord & Tenant, Probate
Education
Roger Williams University School of Law,The Pennsylvania State University
State Licensing
Massachusetts, Rhode Island

Kristin N. Matsko
(401) 272-6300
120 Wayland Ave, Suite 5
Providence, RI
Specialties
Elder Law, Estate Planning, Real Estate, Business, Landlord & Tenant, Probate
Education
Roger Williams University School of Law,The Pennsylvania State University
State Licensing
Massachusetts, Rhode Island

Inman Tourgee & Williamson
(401) 823-9200
1193 Tiogue Ave
Coventry, RI
 
Gazerro G John Jr Lwyr
(401) 821-8008
15 Magnolia Ln
Coventry, RI
 
Inman Gregory S
(401) 823-9200
1193 Tiogue Ave
Coventry, RI
 
Andrea L Truppa
(860) 774-3700
214 B Providence Road (Route 6)
Brooklyn, CT
Specialties
Debt Collection, General Practice, Landlord & Tenant, Workers Compensation, Car Accident, Probate, Personal Injury
Education
Catholic University,Boston College
State Licensing
Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island

Nolan Peter D
(401) 828-5800
1070 Main St
Coventry, RI
 
Rothemich Joseph E
(401) 828-5800
1070 Main St
Coventry, RI
 
Capaldi Arthur G
(401) 821-3537
1035 Main St
Coventry, RI
 
Gallo Bennett R
(401) 828-5800
1070 Main St
Coventry, RI
 

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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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