Join Real Estate Attorney, Real Estate Mediator and Real Estate Broker, Devin Lucas, discuss Real Estate Cancelations, Deposit Disputes and “Force Majeure” Claims Surrounding Coronavirus. Aka Force Majeure, Civil Code 1511, Act of God, Unforeseen Circumstances, Impossibility of Performance, Commercial Frustration, Frustration of Purpose, and other creative phrasing of the same argument.
1) Can I cancel over Coronavirus (COVID-19)? – including detailed background discussion on existing law as to cancelations within the California Association of REALTORS Residential Purchase Agreement (“RPA”).
2) What is Force majeure? / Civil Code 1511? And does it apply to my real estate transaction?
2) What if I cancel (or keep a buyer’s deposit) anyway?
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Author Devin R. Lucas is a Real Estate Attorney, Broker and REALTOR®, specializing in Newport Beach, Costa Mesa and Orange County coastal communities, serving individual and investors in residential real estate.
Mr. Lucas is a professional real estate mediator available with the California Association of REALTORS® Mediation Center for Consumers.
Mr. Lucas is a property owner, landlord and operates a small, local, property management business.
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