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Are you looking to buy or sell a property and are anxious that you may be taken advantage of? Naturally, you want the best return on your investment and don’t want to be surprised by unknown charges and other nasty surprises that were hidden in the fine print. Fortunately, the experienced and dedicated notaries at Mark Uphus Law Firm will ensure that the deed of sale is signed in full concurrence and satisfaction of all parties involved. Moreover, we will make certain that you are well within your rights before you sell your property in order to avoid civil action. For instance, you must have the written consent of your spouse to sell your home, even if you are the head of household and the deed is solely in your name. This is because your spouse acquires occupancy rights to your home as soon as you marry them, even if you are the sole owner.
Furthermore, we will ensure that all sale warranty proceedings will progress smoothly. That is, both the vendor and purchaser will be aware of any defects or zoning regulations and restrictions, prior to the signing of the agreement. However, it is possible that the vendor may have overlooked certain defects in the home that will only grow worse over time. Thus, you may end up getting stuck with their problems and expenses, while they leave unscathed. Such a predicament is unacceptable, and Mark Uphus Law Firm will ensure that a full liability clause is included in the sale warranty-while respecting legal statutes. However, we can also limit or even eliminate liability altogether depending on the situation.
In addition, Mark Uphus Law Firm provides several other real estate law services, including interim, commercial and residential financing and refinancing, rental and leasing, and subdivision based development and zoning. We also provide contract reviews and drafts as well as the purchase or sale of new or used properties.
Thus, whether you are looking to sell or purchase a property contact Mark Uphus Law Firm beforehand to ensure that all parties involved are fully satisfied before the ink has dried.