Yes. You have a breach of contract
case against the seller depending upon the contract
language in the sale. You may also have a fraud and misrepresentation case against the seller. If the seller is in the business of selling homes, you may have a consumer fraud case against the seller. This is very important because in consumer fraud cases you might be able to get triple damages and your attorney fees paid by the other side. Please consult with a KY real estate or contract lawyer and bring him or her all of your documents. He or she can advise you given your specific contracts. You can find them through an internet search: "Ky real estate/contract lawyer/attorney".
From the facts that you have described, they have committed fraud to get you to buy the home. You can sue them in district court
or in small claims
court. Before deciding where to sue the defendant, contact an experienced lawyer because they can help you in that decision. Best wishes.
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