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Contract Law Rescission (Kansas)

The application of contracts to business takes no prisoners.  Take a look across some of the professions, for example.  Physicians have their patients sign informed consent forms prior to surgical procedures.  Lawyers have their clients sign engagement letters or fee agreements.  Engineers and architects have their clients sign professional services agreements.  Accountants or CPAs use […]

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Are Operating Agreements Required For Kansas LLCs?

Yes, operating agreements are required for Kansas limited liability companies.  Read on to explore this topic in greater detail.   As we wrote more than a year ago, forming an LLC is not easy.  Those who have a contrary opinion can be found in places near and far, including in Facebook groups dedicated to various different […]

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Ambiguity In Kansas Real Estate Contracts

Ambiguity In Kansas Real Estate Contracts

In the field of real estate, contracts are made all of the time.  Real estate attorneys see and write contracts for lease and sublease, contracts for sale, contracts for purchase, and other types of real estate contracts.  Contracts are perhaps the physically flimsiest but practically strongest underpinning of all real estate transactions as we know […]

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Breaches of Contract in Kansas

In our last blog post about contract law, we wrote about the interpretation of written contracts in Kansas, discussing the importance of the parties’ intent and the legal concept of ambiguity.  That post is fundamental in building a person’s understanding of Kansas contract law. We continue with the basics of Kansas contract law in this […]

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Interpreting Written Contracts In Kansas

Even here in the great state of Kansas, handshake deals and gentlemen’s agreements aren’t too common anymore.  Small businesses and individuals write and sign a lot of contracts. This is a normal part of doing business or just living life.  Down the road, unfortunately, problems between the parties to a contract can surface; and each […]

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