Very Interesting Case:
Mohsin v. Empire Communities (Mount Pleasant) Ltd. 2019 ONSC 852
In 2015, Purchaser signs an agreement to purchase a property and a house to be built on it. After the house was constructed, the transaction did not close – Buyer sues for the return of his $40,000 deposit and for approximately $600,000 in damages for breach of contract or for unjust enrichment. Buyer also sues The Royal Bank of Canada for a banking error and Buyer’s Lawyer/Law Office for professional negligence RE the abortive real estate transaction.
The Seller bring motion for summary judgement to dismiss the Buyer’s action as against it – GRANTED
Ricky Rathore., BComm., LL.B (Hons.), ABR®, SRS, FRI, Broker of Record – RE/MAX METROPOLIS REALTY, BROKERAGE is a licensed Barrister and Solicitor.
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