How can the seller protect himself when they sell a house and there was unpermitted work done?

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How can the seller protect himself when they sell a house and there was unpermitted work done?

When selling a home to a cash buyer, what clause should be put into the purchase agreement to protect the seller from any future liability when they did some improvements without obtaining a building permit or inspection.

Asked on March 8, 2012 under Real Estate Law, California

Answers:

Jeff Lerman / Lerman Law Partners, LLP

Answered 9 years ago | Contributor

You must provide full, detailed, written disclosure.  You should talk to a lawyer, provide full details, and have the lawyer help you draft that language based on the detailed facts you provide.  If you give me a call, I would be happy to help you do that for a nominal flat fee.

Jeff Lerman

jeff@lermanlaw.com

www.RealEstateInvestorLaw.com

 


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