Review Lease Agreement in Florida for Real Estate Business

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Service type
Review
Document type
Lease Agreement
Location
Florida
Client type
Business
Client industry
Real Estate
Deadline
A week
Pricing Range
$300 - $650 (Flat fee)
Number of Bids
3 bids
Pages
10-20 pages

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Forum Questions About Lease Agreement

Lease Agreement

New York

Asked on Mar 3, 2021

Can I change my lease agreement with the dealer after purchase since they seemed to cheat

I just lease a new car. I went to the dealer 2 weeks ago, met with a lease specialist and signed a sketch lease agreement and paid $300 for deposit. The important thing is that we agreed on 0 down payment and $253 monthly payment. So on the lease agreement, the item "down payment" was written as "taxes + fees", but not specified how much will be charged. After 2 weeks, the car arrived and I went to pick it up. The original lease specialist was not there and another person took care of my lease. I trusted them and paid as they said, though more than I expected. However after I carefully read the new lease agreement later, I found that the down payment was not set to be 0, while the monthly payment remained the same. Besides taxes & fees totaling to $910, they set up "capitalized cost reduction" $2819, minus some rebates $1175, and charged me $910 + $2819 - $1175 = $2554. Later I called the dealer for an explanation but they said yes this is just 0 down payment, the amount I paid was due to blablabla. I don't believe them now - that $2819 "capitalized cost reduction" is used to calculate the residual value of the car at the end of lease. Doesn't that just mean down payment? I wonder if I can argue with the dealer and get my money back, add it to the residual value of the car. I have both copies of the lease agreement. Maybe I need the help of an attorney.

Jane C.

Answered Mar 3, 2021

It seems that you paid the capitalized cost reduction to reduce you monthly payments.

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Lease Agreement

Kentucky

Asked on Mar 3, 2021

I was working in Califonia and my spouse working in Edgewood, KY. We were living in Fort Thomas. Now my job is changed to lexington KY.

Should Lessee's present employer transfer Lessee's place of employment outside the immediate area (fifty mile radius) Lesse may terminate this Lease upon thiry (30) days written notics and payment of an additional sum equal to one (1) month;s rent. Lessee must present written notics from his employer to lessor. If lessee is inducted, recalled, trasnferred or discharged from military service, Lessee may terminate this lease uopn thirty (30) days written notics and payment of additional sum equal to one (1) month;s rent. Lesse must present o Lessor a copy of his/her military orders.

Nichole C.

Answered Mar 3, 2021

It is unclear what your exact question is. Unless illegal or unconconscionable, anything can be agreed to in a contract. Enforcing the agreement may require litigation. If you are asking if the clause is a valid one, it could be. If you are asking what to do if the landlord did not honor it, you may need to sue. If you are asking if this is standard and was not in the contract, the answer is no. You cannot assume it is. Hope this helps some. Contact me if you would like a consultation specifically on this issue.

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