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Specific performance is an important remedy in real estate transactions, and is typically specified when drafting agreements for the purchase and sale of real estate; in the event that the seller breaches its obligation to sell the property, the buyer can seek court intervention compelling the seller to follow through with the sale. However, a specific performance remedy is disfavored by the courts, and under certain circumstances (particularly in the case of sale-leasebacks), a specific performance clause, even if properly drafted, may not be enforced by the courts.
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By Erich N. Durlacher
With the recent economic turbulence and pessimism, prudent lenders should be bracing themselves for the coming storm by adopting a five-point “CAPER” strategy: Communicate, Analyze, Preserve, Execute, and Resolve.
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