Sellers are required to disclose certain aspects of a property – termite, mold, structural defects, etc. Disclosure of a portal to hell in a for sale home is not required by law.
A BC court has ruled that nondisclosure of the existence of a portal to hell on a property does not entitle the purchaser to a refund of their deposit if they chose to terminate the deal.
Are you attempting to get out of buying a portal to hell?
No one wants to discover that their dream home has nightmarish defects, especially after the sale has been finalized. If you are dealing with a home defect, don’t delay in getting answers to your legal questions.
Remember: the best time to have your attorney review your Purchase & Sale Agreement with you is BEFORE you sign it! A real estate attorney can help protect your interests by confirming that all information has been properly disclosed to you.
Who you gonna call?? Virginia Beach Law Group at (757) 486-4529! Don’t wait until it’s too late.