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Article Date:
December 2006


Word Count:
285

 

 

Home Ownership Denied


In 1995, Thomas Jones rented a house from Robert Peterson. In 1996, Peterson granted Jones an option to purchase the house. Under the terms of this option, Jones paid a $5,000 initial option fee and agreed to

 

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pay more rent (rent now equaled what Peterson paid on the mortgage);

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pay the property taxes on the house;

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repair the roof;

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make another option payment of $5,000 before 2002; and

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pay off the existing mortgage on the property.

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