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Hi Dimitry and thank you for your advise. I was encouraged by the owner to go ahead and take the unit and enjoy it while they waited for the title to come to them, and pay the balance on receipt of title.
I guess I just want to know if I have the right, and strong enough proof to pursue them through the courts and possibly recover my deposit and then sue for incurred expenses.
I spent all of the money I had to buy this unit, and it is uninhabitable. I am paying $400 month for my site at the park. I am in SERIOUS financial trouble because of this, and work a seasonal job that pays $9.50 an hour!
In your opinion, should I spend the money and time needed to recieve what I contracted for with these people? Do I have any other options? Do I have to pay the balance on this disaster?
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