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When buying real estate dieectly from an owner, will a

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when buying real estate dieectly from an owner, will a contract drawn up by the sellers attorney be sufficient or will the buyer need his own attorney?
Submitted: 8 months ago.
Category: Real Estate Law
Expert:  Barrister replied 8 months ago.

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As long as the contract is clear and easily understandable, then there really isn't any reason for the buyer to incut the cost to have their own attorney representing them.


And for what it is worth, a buyer could always upload a copy of the contract and have one of the attorney experts here on the JustAnswer site take a look to see if there was anything unusual or that raised any concerns for minimal cost..





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