I have a home and raw land in to different parts of Ca , i purchased both properties from the same private party , he is also the lender but is not a licensed realtor or lender . The lender has not and will not provide m e with my yearly tax documents , so i can claim the interest i have paid on the loans . I have had the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau working on the case , they now tell me there is no state agency that can make the lender send me my tax documents , they say i will have to sue him . The second issue is the lender/seller signed a note in the escrow
office during the escrow closing , agreeing to fix all of the dry rot damage on the house . After spending about 3,000.00 they stopped work and said they were not spending any more on the repairs . How do i move forward ? two separate small claim cases ? or one with both issues ? or will i need to do something besides small claims court ? I believe there is 7,000.00 to 8,000.00 needed in repairs .
JA: Because real estate
law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?
Customer: Ca , the house is in San joaquin county and the land in Calavares county .
JA: Has anything been filed or reported?
JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?
Customer: Just how i should proceed .