My question involves civil rights in the State of: florida. I purchased a property in a well established part of town. The realtor showed us the main house and the garage that had been converted into an apartment. We made an offer to the seller, wired the money, signed the papers and were presented the keys to our property. We went to put something in the back apartment and someone was moving in. They said they had rented the back apartment. We later were informed that we only purchased the front house. There was nothing to indicate this when we're shown the property. Now both properties are non. Compliant. The back property has no water meter. Their water comes from. The front property. The electric meter is also addressed through the front house. The back apt has no access to the street. They have alley access. We were not informed of any of this. How can we sue the seller for non disclosure? We want our money back and compensation for pain and suffering.