Although the “student opinion” is good, but under the terms of the agreement, you can cancel the agreement and also lose the serious money, do better by Advocate and send the regd.notice.Pl.pl.emphasize that time was the essence of the contract, and that it did not respect, is part of the agreement. 2) In accordance with your agreement, if the payment has not been made in a timely manner, could expire 3) since you have found another buyer, send a letter to the original buyer, who, since he has not fulfilled his obligations under the contract, you terminate the contract and cancel the advance. Therefore, he cannot bring a lawsuit or even has the right to apply the agreement to death. Please immediately send a legal notice by recommended letter – so that time is the essence of the contract and ask him to pay the balance within 1 week [or whatever you want], otherwise you will terminate the contract. After that, you terminate the agreement and by your lawyer, you refund the advance according to the terms of the contract. 1. You should terminate the existing contract with the buyer before you can enter into a new contract. A new agreement cannot be reached with another buyer while a previous agreement is served with another buyer. The solution is to terminate a lawyer to the previous buyer to terminate the contract. You do not offer a refund to the former contract holder. Send him only an opinion on the origin of the previous agreement and on the reimbursement of the amount of his fault. If you are informed that a contract has been postponed or terminated due to Covid-19, you should review your contract for a force majeure clause. Force majeure clauses should act to protect the parties from the effects of events beyond their control by determining how the treaty is amended in the event of such events.
The consequences of force majeure clauses vary depending on the nature of their formulations, but may have the following consequences: one or more of the parties are exempt from some or all of their contractual obligations; contractual obligations of a suspended party until the contract is resumed; A party able to request an extension of the contractual obligations; or the right of one of the parties to terminate the contract.