February 2022

Parties to a contract, such an agreement of purchase and sale, may breach the contract in many ways. For example, a purchaser may refuse to pay the purchase price on closing or the seller may refuse to provide vacant possession. These are clear examples of breaches of the basic terms of the contract. However, the...
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