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Hello and welcome to JustAnswer. I would like to assist you with your question today.What sort of problems are you talking about? Are the obvious problems? Why did you not see them prior to signing the lease?Also was the landlord aware of them?
Is this a commercial lease or residential lease?
Also does the lease include any warranties or language regarding rescission or termination?
we found that there is no hot water in the kitchen sink, so we followed the garden hose that is hooked up to the hot water heater, you have to turn a valve on the water heater to get hot water in the kitchen, this i feel is extremely dangerous as that hose could pop from the heat and not only leak but floos the whole house as it goes through the attic, there is a clog in the sink he said would only need draino, we tried that to no avail , he said jack my husband knew of this which he did not, the landlord knew i had not been in the house and had jack go to the bank to get a certified check as he said that he could not take a personal one so i felt what i was signing jack knew of so i feel i was taken for a big ride, the property needs work but we did not know of these problems , it is a residential lease , i know florida has some buyers remorse laws and was wondering if this falls in that catagory, the lease says if we break it we are resposible for all the money
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