Sneaky bastards...phoenix_bladen wrote: ↑Dec 6th, 2017 3:13 pmoh shoot, i think i made a mistake then
so basically when i called in to inquire about the cancellation, one of the agents asked me to send me section 6 on my agreement offer, showing that I would be assuming the contract. She basically told me, she wouldn't want to show me the contract unless I am the actual person taking over the property.
So i didn't think it was a big deal at the time and so i sent her a screenshot of the section where it states that the HWT is 34.18 and that buyer assumes the contract etc etc.
So if I now do what you guys have stated above, then they can come back to me and say 'well u showed me this ....', and i would be in trouble?
Any advice would be great !
They may try and tell you that you agreed to a rental contract with them, but again, the Agreement of Purchase and Sale is between you and the Seller. You agreed with the Seller that the HWT was a rental, and you agreed with the Seller that you will assume the payments. If the Seller failed to list the HWT as a rental, you could sue the Seller for the costs associated for the rental termination. You agreed to nothing with Enbridge.
You still have to make an actual payment to them to fulfill the assumed rental contact.