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Can a deposit to secure performance of a contract be forfeited if the forfeiting party has suffered little or no damages?
Can title to the disputed lands be registered in the names of the family?
Does the potability of water go to the root of a real estate contract for purchase and sale of a property?
Does the principle of “caveat emptor” still apply in the context of a real estate transaction to prevent a buyer from suing a vendor for the cost to rectify a leaky basement?
How does one determine whether a misrepresentation in a real estate transaction was substantial enough to permit a buyer to refuse to close and to demand the return of a deposit?
How has anticipatory breach in the real estate context been judicially treated?
In the context of the purchase and sale of real property, does a vendor have a duty to disclose latent defects?
Is a dry rot problem in a home purchase likely to be considered a latent or patent defect?
Is a vendor of real property justified in repudiating an agreement of purchase and sale on the basis of a suspicion that the purchaser does not intend to abide by certain warranties contained therein?
Is there an obligation on a vendor of real property to disclose on vendor disclosure form any history of problems with the property?
Should title to the disputed lands be registered in the names of the family?
What are some cases dealing with the liability of the former owners of commercial property where the property is found to have been contaminated several years prior to its purchase by a gasoline leak from an adjacent gas station?
What is considered to be a patent defect respecting the purchase of real property?
What is the current law surrounding dangerous defects, specifically mould?
What is the difference generally between latent and patent defects in real estate law?
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