When you buy a used car, you look under the hood and kick the tires. If you buy a jalopy at a great price, you tolerate more defects than if you buy an expensive performance vehicle at market price. The point is, you investigate and confirm the desirability and value of what you buy… Read More.read more
You own real estate and sign a letter of intent that contains the material deal points for your transaction. At the end of the letter, it clearly states: “Unless a formal agreement is entered into within 30 days of the date of this letter, this letter of intent shall be non-binding and of no further… Read More.
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