Passing of risk in contracts for the sale of land
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Published by The Commission in Edinburgh .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Vendors and purchasers -- Scotland.,
  • Contracts -- Scotland.

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Edition Notes

StatementScottish Law Commission.
SeriesDiscussion paper / Scottish Law Commission -- no. 81, Discussion paper (Scottish Law Commission) -- no. 81.
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 38 p. ;
Number of Pages38
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17090661M

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Alarmed, the client requested Foster Swift to assist it in rescinding the purchase agreement. Further investigation disclosed that this purchaser had obtained other large wooded parcels on land contracts, harvested all of the timber, and then defaulted on the land contracts, allowing the sellers to recover back the deforested property. THE RISK OF LOSS AFTER AN EXECUTORY CONTRACT OF SALE IN THE COMMON LAW. N the English and American law of sales of personal property there is curiously little discussion in regard to the risk of property before transfer of title. It was assumed without dis-cussion that the maxim res perit domino was of universal applica-.   Contract Risks: Many organisations typically deal with hundreds of contracts a day: from the single paragraph that covers the charity chocolates in the tearoom to tomes drafted by lawyers with contingencies, milestones, deadlines, conditions precedent and subsequent, limits and rules, deliverables and receivables. And while all contracts carry some element of risk, but some contracts are. a land sale contract be memorialized in a writing that contains a description of 1. the property, 2. identification of the parties to the contract, and 3. the price and manner of payment, if agreed upon. The Statute also requires that the memorandum be signed by the party to be charged.