Sold a piece of land for $2,100. Marketed it for $2,500 and he haggled me down. Got a cashiers check from Navy Federal Credit Union. Deposited it and set the deed up for recording. Now the bank is telling me the cashiers check is counterfeit.
The buyer is claiming it is real.
I’m out the land and the money. What is my recourse? Record a lien on the land?
Can I do that before taking him to small claims court?
Should I just suck it up and learn for next time to have a delay period?
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