Do we have any suggested recourse against this ruthless and heartless lawyer?
Our right to redeem our home has been trampled on by opposing counsel in a power of sale. Met with silence and a lack of cooperation until today when we re informed that the condo is sold. Numerous requests by us and brokers and lawyers for statements and appraisals have been ignored or maliciously denied.
New information also suggests that a lawyer we hire can stop opposing council s process.
We need a lawyer to step in and say we have been prepared to pay for weeks but never given our legal opportunity to do so.
Maliciously and vindictively forced to wait and stalled and denied our rights.
I understand how we got here but have honestly been fighting to remedy this since March. There has got to be some recourse given the other lawyer s complete disregard for the process.
I m baffled too that if we sell on hour own we have full right to take over $5000 of chandaliers, window covers and an expensive bathroom wall cabinet bur replace them with what was there from the builder. Do we not have any rights when it comes to our possessions clearly being stolen and sold, including $1500 of medication from the fridge that they refused to let us retrieve.
FYI....ended up in the hospital as a result.
Please shed light or advise but we don t need judgment. Already doing that internally.
- BillLv 67 months agoFavorite Answer
curtains , light fittings , carpets are all called fittings and unless stipilated in the sale contrat cannot be removed
However for the rest contact the law society and lodge a complaint agains your solicitor
If the facts stand , that solicitor stands a chance of being disbarred because of his illegal practices
- realtor.sailorLv 77 months ago
I think you're confused about the redemption process. The right of redemption is a time period, after the bank has taken possession, to redeem (buy back) your home.
- champerLv 77 months ago
If you need a lawyer to step in, then get a lawyer. We cannot help from here. And tell him/her the truth.
- Anonymous7 months ago
You failing to pay has nothing to do with "Maliciously and vindictively".
You had plenty of time to pay. Long before now. Move on.