There are so many things to be aware of when it comes to buying and selling real estate. One topic that most buyers and sellers are not experts on is the topic of permits. The lack of knowledge on this topic can cause challenges in the buying and/or selling process. Given the potential legal nature of this, getting attorney guidance is important. Below is some guidance shared from one of our area real estate attorney's, Don Ross, related to un-permitted work and how that is handled.
The purchase/sales contract addresses many areas including permits.
Contractual Consequences of unpermitted work:
Solutions to Consider:
Here are a few approaches I (Don Ross) have seen.
Unpermitted work does happen, especially with the number of people who have relocated from other parts of the world not as versed in our code and requirements for permitting. I urge you to lean on me if you encounter a problem. Balancing legal, ethical, and moral responsibilities requires experience. I am happy to help!
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