As transactional attorneys, we like to be deal “makers,” not deal “breakers.” However, when preparing a purchase-and-sale agreement, even the most optimistic of deal makers ought to consider the possibility that a party might breach the agreement.

Below we discuss topics to consider as you draft and negotiate the default and remedies provisions of a real estate purchase-and-sale agreement:

1. Notice of Default and Opportunity to Cure

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