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   Canada Mortgage Hub Discussion Board -> Mortgage Ottawa -> Purchased house (in Canada) and found a mold problem. Do I have any recourse against the seller?
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parky76

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Purchased house (in Canada) and found a mold problem. Do I have any recourse against the seller?
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protuberant9891

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probably not, they sold , you bought, your problem.......
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This is why you do a home inspection prior to purchasing. You bought it your problem. Sorry.
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Hi Mona,At this point be more concerned with what will happen to you and your family if you dont get it remediated as soon as possible. Toxic mold can kill you, or worse, get you close to death.
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nopein canada, when you are buying a house its your responsbility to get someone [qualified] to go through the house to see if tehre are any damages or problems. if you buy it and then later on [even same day] find a problem such as mold its your problemsorry-hollyy
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The sellers probably didn't know it existed either, being hidden behind wallpaper...A Home Inspector may have found it or may have not..some bring in mold detecting equipment and carbon monoxide dectors and all..I have seen most do a visual check mostly and do not use this equipment..Only way that you can blame the sellers is if you may prove they just put the wallpaper up trying to conceal it...If you bught the house as is or for deed only, without any guarantee or escrow set aside from a loan company you have no way of getting any monetary rebate...If there was a loan/mortgage on it and escrow was set aside for any periodof time..You may have this taking care of outside of your pocket
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