Monday, March 27, 2017

Buyer Under Lease-Purchase Agreement Sues Real Estate Agent For Allegedly Failing To Tender Deed To Premises, Despite Having Paid $15K & Satisfied All Contractual Obligations

In Wayne, West Virginia, the West Virginia Record reports:
  • A Wayne County property buyer is suing a real estate agent, alleging breach of a lease agreement.

    Jacky Dale Thacker filed a complaint Feb. 21 in Wayne Circuit Court against Caneel Group LLC, alleging the real estate agent refused to provide the deed of sale of the property.

    According to the complaint, on June 27, 2016, Thacker transmitted funds of $15,000 to the real property agent when he purchased a parcel of real estate in Wayne County. The suit says Thacker fully performed his obligations but failed to received the deed despite repeated representations that a deed was forthcoming.

    The plaintiff alleges Caneel Group accepted the purchased monies but has failed, refused, and continues to fail in providing a deed to the property.

    Thacker seeks trial by jury, an amount sufficient to make the plaintiff whole, including compensatory damages, punitive damages, attorney fees, court costs and all other and relief the court deems appropriate.

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