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Remedies and the Sale of Land, 2nd Edition
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Provides the information needed to appreciate the options available at each stage of a real estate deal.
Topics covered include:
- Pros and cons of electing one remedy over another
- Overcoming the application of the true condition precedent rule
- When specific performance is likely to be awarded
- Limitations on the availability of rescission as a remedy
- Suing a real estate agent, solicitor, municipality or builders
- Bringing an action in contract or tort, or both
- Recovery of income losses and consequential damages
- Restitution where a contract does not exist
- Relying upon defects in formalities to defeat a contract
- Ways vendors can invoke the remedy of determination
Table of contents
Table of Cases
Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Formation of the Agreement
Chapter 2: Formation of the Agreement
Chapter 3: The Ends and Outs of the Written Agreement
Chapter 4: Going Outside the Written Agreement
Chapter 5: Relief for Unfair Circumstances or Conduct
Chapter 6: Claims Against Third Parties
Chapter 7: Rescission
Chapter 8: Specific Performance
Chapter 9: Damages
Chapter 10: Determination or Cancellation
Chapter 11: Choice of Remedies
Chapter 12: Precedents
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