Letters of intent (LOIs) can be valuable, but they also present risks. Those risks arise in part because LOIs often are drafted in a manner that places them in a legal gray area. They usually are intended to be non-binding...more
In Barker v Midstyle Nominees Pty Ltd  WASCA 75, the West Australian Court of Appeal has considered the legal consequences of a developer entering into off the plan contracts in breach of Section 13 of the Sale of Land...more
Back in Autumn, 2010, we wrote that purchasers of condominium units in the New York metropolitan area were invoking the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act, 15 U.S.C. §§1701-20 (ILSA), to cancel their agreements to...more
In This Issue:
- AC34039 - Landmark Investment Group, LLC v. Calco Construction & Development Co.
- AC33614 - Dorreman v. Johnson
- AC34253 - Klemonski v. University of Connecticut Health Center ...more
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