Conditions Precedent Revisited #410

Legally Speaking

By Jennifer Clee A representative’s primary duty of care to his/her client is to draft an enforceable Contract of Purchase and Sale. This can be challenging when the representative is also trying to protect his/her client’s interests by including certain conditions in the contract for that client’s benefit. A recent decision of the Supreme Court

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