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KASS: Contract’s liquidated damages clause explained (access required)

Q:     The contract I just signed to purchase a house contained the following language: “If the buyer defaults, the earnest money will be forfeited to the seller. This is to be considered liquidated damages and not as a penalty.” Can you please explain what this means? Beth.   A:     Shame on you, Beth, for signing a contract ...

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