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For an example
of a common conditional clause, see http://www.hud.org/jkhud/jklbp2.htm.
For the British
view of time of the essence clauses, material and anticipatory breach,
and other issues of contract performance, see http://online.anu.edu.au/law/pub/edinst/anu/contract/Seriousbreachitsvariousmeanings.html.
Go to http://www.FreeLegalForms.com/legalforms.htm.
Find a form contract for an automobile sale. Now modify the form
contract by including a conditional clause that protects you, while
permitting the buyer to obtain an inspection. Assume you are selling
a used car. You have agreed with the buyer on the sales price, to
be paid in 10 days, and have told the buyer he may have the car
inspected by a mechanic in the next 5 days. How would you write
a conditional clause to protect yourself?
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