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At Levy Zavet LLP, our legal staff has years of experience dealing with all types of Real Estate litigation, including Breach of Sales Agreements. Once an offer or counteroffer has been made to a person, it cannot be withdrawn unless there is a time limit on the offer or counteroffer. Additionally, an Agreement of Purchase and Sale also has the potential to be terminated if it becomes impossible to perform through no fault of either party. If an offer or counteroffer has been formally accepted, both the buyer and seller are legally bound by its terms. Breach of Sales Agreements should always be handled quickly and professionally, and at Levy Zavet LLP, our legal team knows this, which is why we work our hardest to provide each client with individual consultations and advice. Our Lawyers and Paralegals are well-versed in Ontario-specific laws and pride themselves on Levy Zavet LLP’s excellent customer service reputation.

Dealing with a Breach of Sales Agreement with speed and delicacy is key. If someone walks away from a contract without legally settling his terms, he may not only lose his deposit but may also be liable for any damages suffered by the other party. If you are involved in a Breach of Sales Agreement or need legal advice regarding Breach of Sales Agreements because you believe that you may soon be entering one, contact Levy Zavet LLP today for your free and confidential consultation with one of our many trained Lawyers in the Ontario area.

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