Understanding Contract for Deed I have a very similiar situation to singular or…

Understanding Contract for Deed
I have a very similiar situation to singular or plural. My sister and I inherieted a piece of land. We are still bound by the original contract for deed as the original buyer (my parents). It also stipulates a maintenance fee for the Buyer or successor (singular) but the last paragraph in ours brings it all together with the plural form of the words stating ” This contract and the agreements and covenants herin set forth shall be binding upon and enure to the benefit of the parties hereto, their heirs, assigns, successors and personal representatives and said provisions of this contract shall survive the closing of this transaction”. Are we in a simular situation where the charge is for the unit or does the above paragraph validate being charged twice (each of us paying the full fee)? Do these type of contracts for deed go from owner to owner forever?

Breach of contract My husband was served a summons for small claims court for a…

Breach of contract
My husband was served a summons for small claims court for a breach of contract. While searching on e-bay for a A TITLE=”Click for more information about car” STYLE=”text-decoration: none; border-bottom: medium solid green;” HREF=”http://search.targetwords.com/u.search?x=5977|1||||cars|AA1VDw”car/A, he emailed a seller and asked to speak with him regarding his car for sale. They spoke and my husband told him that if he didn’t sell it we would come to Tennessee to see the car. The man took his car off e-bay on his own. He stated the car was in great shape. We drove 8 hours to find a car in terrible condition. My husband inspected it and told the man we were not interested. This car was to be for our 15 year old son’s first car. The man had made a bill of sale up which my husband did not sign. Now he is suing us for the cost of this car even though there was never a signed anything. Can he do this? Also, we have to A TITLE=”Click for more information about travel” STYLE=”text-decoration: none; border-bottom: medium solid green;” HREF=”http://search.targetwords.com/u.search?x=5977|1||||travel|AA1VDw”travel/A another 8 hours to Tennessee with our 3 children, 2 of which are under 8 years old. Should we counter sue f

I was going to sell a lady a car I was in tennessee about a week ago and there…

I was going to sell a lady a car
I was in tennessee about a week ago and there was a lady that I worked with that wanted a vehicle, I told her i had one for sale and would take 1500.00 for it, but that I had to have it by friday becasue i was leaving to go to illinois, she said ok and with out my knowledge wnet to my bank and deposited 1000.00, she never gave me th rest of the money and i never gave her a bill of sale or title or anything I did not even go to bank with her when she made the deposit, which was by check, and since she did not pay the other 500.00 I told her in advance thati was leaving and I would not refund her money becasue I told her 1500.00 and thats not refundable.. But anyway I am just wanting to know what she can do, becasue she said she was going to go to the court and get a warrant on me if I did not let her have truck, But i did not ever get the other 500.00 and she has told everyone that I was only wanting 1000.00.. I was getting pretty sick over the whole thing so I told her she could just come to illinois and get the stupid thing,, but now she even wants me to bring it to her and not even have had to pay for the whole thing.. So do I have to give her back the money,, or can I just make it so she can come and get the rest… Thansk MArk