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When should you call on our lawyers for a promise to purchase?

Overbidding, rushed transactions, purchases without inspection, what happens when a seller or buyer refuses to conclude the transaction after signing a promise to purchase? Do you have any recourse? Our qualified lawyers will be able to guide and advise you in the different situations involving promises to purchase.

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The recourse to force the transaction

The action in passing of title

It is actually a recourse for forced execution of a promise to purchase between a buyer and a seller. Both parties can initiate this action, as they both have a stake in the transaction taking place, whether voluntary or forced.

It is important to note that this recourse is a legal action against the other party to the promise, but it can sometimes be impossible to initiate if the seller has already sold the property.