What if I don’t want to take over lease of solar panels on a home we are buying?

We are in escrow on a house which has leased solar panels. The seller has mentioned in person that they are planning on buying out the lease, but we haven’t gotten anything in writing yet.

We don’t want the solar panel lease, we would prefer either the seller buy out the lease and we own them outright, or they are removed and the lease canceled. I am having trouble finding out what happens if they don’t buy out the lease, and we refuse to take over the lease, however. Are we forced to take over the lease if we go through the purchase of the house? Or would they be forced to buy out the lease or go into default? Or is it possible to cancel the contract and have them removed? Any guidance would be appreciated.

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We are in escrow on a house which has leased solar panels. The seller has mentioned in person that they are planning on buying out the lease, but we haven’t gotten anything in writing yet. We don’t want the solar panel lease, we would prefer either the seller buy out the lease and we own them outright, or they are removed and the lease canceled. I am having trouble finding out what happens if they don’t buy out the lease, and we refuse to take over the lease, however. Are we forced to take over the lease if we go through the purchase of the house? Or would they be forced to buy out the lease or go into default? Or is it possible to cancel the contract and have them removed? Any guidance would be appreciated. submitted by /u/animerobin [link] [comments]

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