Monday, December 11, 2023
Attorney Di Carlo featured in a Lawyer's Weekly article about the case of Dossantos v. Myers where a Buyer enforced a 5 YEAR OLD P&S Agreement and the court ordered the sale of the property.
In the article, Attorney Di Carlo pointed to the judge’s heavy reliance on emails between the parties’ attorneys as evidence of the defendant’s intent to be bound.
“In a hot real estate market with tight deadlines, attorneys cannot afford to be casual in their communications with each other,” she said. “With the advent of electronic communications like emails and texts, the industry has failed to pay attention to the details of contracts in an industry that relies on contracts. The actions of not only the parties but also their attorney and realtor can impair the enforceability of the contract.”

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