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    Post: Land Contract

    Posted by Jimmy Bond on 7/02/09

    I went to to sell a lot that I own in
    Florida. I filled out the Internet form with all of the
    information about the lot. The owner of the site replied to
    me by e-mail with an offer that I promptly accepted. He
    stated in his offer that he would send me "contracts" and
    "close in two weeks." Several days went by and he never sent
    me anything. I phoned the number listed for the site and
    spoke with the person who made the offer. He stated that
    he'd get back to me. He got back to me by e-mail with a
    substantially lower offer. I told him we already had a
    contract for the higher price. He said no contract was made
    and never closed on the lot. I am now suing him for
    performance. However, I am afraid of being sanctioned for
    his attorney fees if I lose. What is my risk of being
    assessed attorney fees? Do I have a claim "supported by the
    application of then-existing law?"


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