A WNY couple is trying to stop Tradav White from buying a house in Orcard Park. Circons says they have already signed a contract.
‘Tre’Davious White’ in the corner of Orcard Park, New – Star Buffalo accounts seems to be felt at home in Buffalo. But finding a real home in Orcard Park is a challenge. Earlier this week, one of our partners in Buffalo Business reported.
Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online.
Court paper Marco and Carrie Ann Sercon signed an agreement to buy 11 Kingfisher Court in Orchard Park from Brian and Siohan Smith before the White House could make a better offer.
Defendants White, Smith, a real estate agent who sells the home, his company, and three people he does not know about Circons.
Attorney John Schmidt is handling real estate litigation with Phillips Little, and is not involved in the case.
Schmidt, for his part, said: “There is only one side of the story to the dispute, but they say we have a written agreement signed by both sides.
According to court documents, the consortium’s investigation was scheduled for October 17, but on October 16 the seller’s agent contacted them to inform them that they had received a contract from another agent and asked if they wanted to increase their offer.
The record states that Marco Sercon did not do so and that the defendants ‘”attempt to dismiss the plaintiffs’ agreement was extremely shameful and, if necessary, controversial.”
Schmidt said: “Once you have signed a contract, you must give it to your lawyer, and then there is a three-day period for the lawyer to reject the contract. “Usually that’s done for a number of reasons. Let me tell you this, I’m not really sure,” Oh, we have a better offer. “Suddenly it’s the right reason.”
Schmidt, for his part, denied the allegations in a statement issued Friday stating “Similar, baseless allegations concerning Schmidt have been made more than once.
They also allege that they and their children suffered emotionally for not being able to buy the house they were looking for.
“In Western New York, there is unbalanced economic uncertainty in the state of New York. I say you have a signed contract, you have to respect it. The contract is king. ”
Cercons are trying to stop the sale to the White House. They are also looking for injuries.