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Unenforceable Contracts In Kansas

It may seem inapposite for an agreement to be made between competent parties and that agreement to be subsequently rendered worthless by a court of law.  The fact that a court has such power surprises many.  Some are relieved to learn of this authority when found on the losing end of a deal.  Others are […]

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Lesser-Known Risk When Drafting a Contract (Kansas)

Writing a contract may appear so simple to some business people that little risk is evident in so doing.  An urge to move things ahead, accomplish a task, or close a deal propels a person to get on his computer, retrieve some sort of template, and start making tweaks to it based on the perceivingly […]

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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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Contract Law Reformation (Kansas)

Whether one loves or hates them, contracts are woven into the fabric of American commerce.  Think about the process of buying a home, a car, or even a dog.  You’ll be asked to read and sign one or more pieces of paper reflecting the terms of the deal, such as the purchase price, payment terms, […]

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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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