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Forced Condo Unit Turn Over?

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1 Forced Condo Unit Turn Over? on Mon Dec 05, 2016 5:20 pm

edwinem


Arresto Menor
Hello,

Good day. Please help me with you advises.

I have started paying for the condo last 2014, and completed the down payment required for the unit this first half of the year, but until then they are not able to turn the unit over yet due to non completion. Now, they said that the are ready to turn the unit over but it looks like I will be the only one to accept the unit in the floor (pent house), while based from the engineering team, no one has accepted a unit yet with other floors. This could be a sales reason or whatever.

In the contract to sell, there is no specification about the unit for turn over.

As of the moment, I am paying the rest of the contact price in 0 interest.

I have been visiting the unit, and it looks like it is ready, but then again I am not comfortable with the idea since I will be the first one to accept the unit if ever, and I am not sure if other amenities, like Internet or cable, will be ready for installation. This is something I have to ask the admin about.

I, honestly, would also like to extend the opportunity as well that I am paying the rest of the amount in 0 interest that's why, if only possible, I would like to prolong not accepting the unit.

Those said, do I have the right to refuse accepting the unit. Is there any general requirement from the developer that I uncheck them about so as to make sure that the unit is indeed ready for turn over? The contract to sell is not clear, and they're not giving me any check list.

Can anyone share personal experience please or free professional advise? I would really appreciate your thoughts.

Thank you!

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