Re: It depends - Posted by Ed Copp (OH)
Posted by Ed Copp (OH) on June 21, 2001 at 18:13:46:
on your paperwork. That is to say, how good is your agreement?
You can sue the seller for “specific performance” if your paperwork will stand up in court, since she has in essence sold the same asset twice.
It does not sound to me like she has any assets to go after, and therefore might just be a giant waste of time and money.
The other option is to use this as an educational experience, a “seminar” if you will (figure out the cost of the seminar). Some of us have have seminars in the tens of thousands of dollar price range, learn from it.