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THEY'RE LIVING IN METH LABS

FAMILIES ACROSS BINGHAMTON & S. TIER ARE MOVING INTO HOMES ONCE USED AS METH LABS & DO NOT EVEN KNOW IT; REMNANTS OF CHEMICALS MAKE HOMES POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS TO HEALTH – SCHUMER ...
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TARANTULS' TARANTELLA

After they sold their property to Igor and Nelly Cherkassky, Mark and Rosa Tarantul sued to recover $40,000, which had been held in escrow pending confirmation of a tax abatement. The Cherkasskys ...
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NOT A MOUSY PROBLEM

Upon moving into their new home, William Meyers and his wife found their basement flooded because of a failed septic system, there also was a problem with their heating system (a defective gas line), ...
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FULL OF CRAP!

When Paul Arnold purchased a home from Gale Wilkins, the contract of sale provided that the sewage disposal system was in good working order. And an inspection, conducted prior to the closing, ...
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YET ANOTHER SELLER SUED FOR FRAUD

In Simone v. Homecheck Real Estate Services, Inc. , Peter Simone filed a lawsuit seeking to recover damages for fraud and breach of a contract of sale. Simone purchased a home from James and Margaret ...
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DID SELLER CONCEAL EASEMENTS?

After signing a contract of sale for the purchase of a house in Thiells, New York, Ivette Matos refused to consummate the transaction and sought to be released from the deal (and have her $35,000 ...
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AS IS, SHMAZ IS: WATCH OUT FOR THE PCDS!

On March 1, 2002, the New York State Property Condition Disclosure Act became law. This statute requires a seller of a one- to four-family home to provide the buyer with a Property Condition ...
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