Background Discovery is a key pretrial tool in U.S. procedural law. It allows each party to systematically obtain evidence and information from the other party.
Withdrawal from the purchase contract requires that the buyer has previously unsuccessfully set the seller a reasonable deadline for subsequent performance. This is how you avoid costly mistakes.
Commercial Contracts often contain a pre-formulated clause stating that the contracting parties have allegedly reached an individual agreement. This clause is counterproductive.
Contract parties often use capitalized clauses in commercial contracts. This makes reading unnecessarily hard. There is a simple solution.