Protecting the Rights of Real Estate Purchasers in Boca Raton
When you are purchasing a home or another property in Florida, the law gives you the right to know about certain defects in the property ahead of time. If you proceed with the transaction, you are doing so knowing everything you should and agreeing to those terms. However, after closing, what happens if you find out that the seller did not properly disclose known property defects? Such defects can be costly, and you need to protect your rights. Contact the law office of Juliana Gaita, P.A. to speak with a non-disclosure of property defects lawyer in Boca Raton.
Seeking Legal Relief
If you discover a property defect, we can evaluate your rights to potential legal relief. First, is there a reason to think the sellers knew about the defect and decided not to disclose it to you? Did they try to cover up the defect? If the sellers knew of a defect they failed to disclose, you might be able to hold the sellers liable for the costs of repairs and other damages you incurred as a result of the non-disclosure.
We will carefully review all disclosures, documents, and contracts involved in the purchase of the property to identify your rights. We can then negotiate to try to reach an agreement with the sellers out of court, which can result in a quicker and less costly resolution. If your case needs to go to court, we are prepared to litigate the matter if necessary to protect your rights.
Contact a Real Estate Lawyer in Boca Raton to Discuss Your Concerns Today
Non-disclosure cases can be complicated and contentious. You want a Boca Raton real estate attorney on your side who can help resolve the matter so you can make the repairs and move forward in your home as soon as possible. Call the law firm of Juliana Gaita, P.A., to discuss your situation.