In the course of a home sale, buyer and seller disputes do arise. As an example, a friend recently purchased a home. Home sale rules dictate that fixtures remain in place and must not be removed when the seller moves out unless it was contracted that the seller be allowed to do so.
Fixtures are any object that is affixed to the property such as light fixtures, pool pumps, doorknobs, and TV wall mounts to name a few.
My friend entered his new house on the day of closing only to discover that the seller had removed multiple light fixtures from the ceiling, thereby breaching the contract. After Mr. Thornley got involved, the seller was forced to compensate the buyer for the missing light fixtures.
Mr. Thornley is well versed in the buying and selling process. When you need professional help you can call Thornley Law Firm.