Such situations, often related to inspections, are often treated as opposition forms and then as resolution forms. They may not have a change in the title of form, but inclusion changes them because they will change the fundamental agreements of the treaty. Two terms misused by some real estate agents and brokers are addendum and change. While both may change the content or terms of a contract or sales contract, it is a question of when you do so that dictates what is used. You may have a contractual claim against the agent for the various payments you have made, subject to the statute of limitations applicable in your country. If you were on the fact, as you say, then even if there was a subsequent termination, it would not have passed on your interest to anyone, unless you signed it (or your name was falsified). In some legal systems, you may have what is called a fair property right to property as far as your contribution. 2) I assume that no loan is taken for the purchase of a home. If a loan is taken, you will also need the bank`s approval. Without a contract amendment, the 1997 Duties Act 18 (3) provides that a transfer to a party related to the purchaser may be subject to a nominal tariff, even if it does not comply with the contract.
DEAR FLO: The facts of your situation need to be clarified. From what you wrote to me, did you know a few years ago that there were changes in confidence, but that they had never been informed of the dismissal? What kind of quittis? An act of quitclaim is performed by the owner to be trustworthy when the position of trust is established. Is this the act you are referring to? You write that you are on the facts and the loans? But if the property is trustworthy, are you no longer the owner of the property? Is there an agreement between you and your mother or with the agent for you to pay the mortgages? What was the deal? Suppose the septian inspection shows that the suction field is too small and does not comply with the current rules. The buyer is reluctant and requires the seller to correct this at their expense before closing. If the seller agrees or negotiates a payment contract, the result is a change in the contract, even if it does not have the title of «modification.» You and your first daughter can make an endorsement with the owner to allow her to make the recount of the sale in favor of your second daughter.