Can a real estate cancel your contract and work with some other buyers without your consent on the same property

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answer by Lexsine Mitchell    |   Contact Me
Hi Jessica, it sounds like you're the buyer. A few questions would need to be answered before a satisfactory answer can be provided. I would recommend that you start with your Realtor and or Broker if you have one. Start with the question that you have posed above. If you do not receive an answer you may want to seek legal advice.
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answer by CAROLYN GIANDONATO    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
A contract can only be cancelled with the agreement of both parties. Unless someone breached the contract somehow. You need legal advice.
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answer by Carolyn Hasser    |   Contact Me
This could be complicated. Are you a buyer, or the seller of the property? If you are the buyer, and the seller has a written, signed agreement with you, it would be unethical of him/her to walk away from your contract to work with another buyer and it seems like you'd have a breach of contract. But that would be a legal issue. Is it worth it to you to pay a lawyer to fight for the property? Too many unanswered questions here and I'm not an attorney!
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answer by Fred Jordan    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
You need legal advice for this one.
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