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Asked on: 7/03/13, 8:55 am

I am a realestate agent that has leased a house to someone for one year. the amount of the lease is $17,000 per mo and all of the rent was paid in advance as was the commission of 10% There was a walk thru with the lessor and lessee prior to commencement of lease. The lessor told the lessee there had been a break in at the house in the past so it was important to lock up. The owner did not disclose this in writing nor did I. I there a law requiring such a disclosure in writing?

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Answered on: 7/03/13, 2:46 pm by Anthony Roach

You got a $20,000 commission for a one year lease and you are on here asking for free legal advice?

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