Burgess v. Maesbury Homes

Complaint - breach of contract and declaratory relief - recovery of deposit


Defendant Developer had sought to limit Plaintiffs’ recovery of consequential, incidental or other forms of damages upon Defendant's breach of contract, etc., to only those cases wherein Plaintiffs can prove that they are entitled to specifically enforce the Contract and where Seller has already sold the Residence. This complaint sets out count for declaratory relief in light of such contract clause.

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Reference Info:Pleadings | State, 9th Circuit, Alaska | United States

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