Posted by WilliamGA on January 09, 2001 at 22:46:42:
You should have a local atty that knows RE law for your state look over ANY forms before you use them. Once that is done, you will not need an atty but you will need a notary for a few of the docs that you and your seller will sign. The performance mgt and a few other docs that should be held in escrow will have to be notarized.
As far as any of the forms that you and your T/B fill out, none of those will require anything except the signature of you and your buyer.