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    I had a home that I had built 10 years ago. I put it in my parents' names for 4 years. We all signed a contract stating when I was ready they would sign the house back to me. I continued to make the mortgage payments. In the meantime my parents went through a divorce and the judge told my dad he didn't have to go by our contract and gave my parents the right to sell my home. My dad already made my mom loose their home so she came to live in my home. My dad sold my home to a real estate agent. I told this agent what really happened and she told me she would sell my home back to me. She led me on for a month and then had myself, my mom and my children evicted. She had my dad do the eviction. My dad had a no contact order on him and was not to be around my mom or myself. The sheirff who is a friend of my dad, suspended the no contact order for the day so he could be there. The agent told my mom infront of the sheriff, my mom can leave her babygrand piano in the house so it would not get ruin sitting outside. We agreed and signed a contract that the agent would let the piano movers in to get it. This was done the next day after I got all my things out of the yard. When the movers tried to get the piano, the agent refused to let them have it. She also refused to let me have my refridgerator which I had my sells receipt. She also allowed my dad to steal from me. She has left a threatening message on my cell phone that she will do me harm if I continue searching for the piano. She has made so many lies about where the piano is and now says she doesn't know what happen to it. It was in her care in a locked up house. The sheriff will not allow me to make a police report. They say it is a civil matter. Shouldn't I be able to get at least a police report for insurance or to take the agent to court or to report her to the real estate board?

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    Re: Real estate agent took a piano

    Based on what you say here, you could file suit against her (or at least threaten to do so) in small claims court or in regular court; filing in small claims court is easier and requires no attorney...WLD lawyers could probably intervene as well if necessary.


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