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E-MAIL EXCHANGE MIGHT CONSTITUTE BINDING CONTRACT, JUDGE RULES Shattuck v. Klotzbach

19 No. 17 ANCOILR 8Andrews Computer & Online Industry Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

E-MAIL EXCHANGE MIGHT CONSTITUTE BINDING CONTRACT, JUDGE RULES Shattuck v. Klotzbach

19 No. 17 ANCOILR 8Andrews Computer & Online Industry Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

19 No. 17 Andrews Computer & Online Indus. Litig. Rep. 8
Andrews Computer & Online Industry Litigation Reporter
March 26, 2002
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E-MAIL EXCHANGE MIGHT CONSTITUTE BINDING CONTRACT, JUDGE RULES

Shattuck v. Klotzbach

An exchange of e-mail messages between the seller and potential buyer of a house might be enough to constitute a binding contract for the sale of the property, a Massachusetts Superior Court judge has ruled, rejecting the defendant seller's motion to...
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