Duty of Good Faith to Complete Contracts #349

Legally Speaking

By Gerry Neely B.A. LL.B Lawyers used to feel they could confidently advise clients that, if the buyers failed to pay on the closing dates or sellers failed to deliver executed conveyancing documents by those dates, the contract could be terminated by the innocent party because of the “time is of the essence” clause. However,

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