Hi all, I accepted an unconditional offer to purchase my share of in a commercial property due to a long-running dispute with the other owners. The lawyer I was using at the time advised that I accept the offer (it was 5% lower than I was asking) which I did. Since acceptance, the purchasers have sought to disrupt the progression to contracts using numerous excuses such as rejecting terms in the contract (for no apparent reason) and building defects to lower the price and/or not complete the purchase. Our lawyer advised that it would be far more beneficial to continue to negotiate on these issues as the cost of reducing the price would be less than suing for specific performance. I have since moved my business to a different law firm and they have advised that there may be issues in pursuing specific performance as even though there is a clear agreement to purchase my share at an agreed price the continued negotiation (which were all marked without prejudice) on the small points means that there may not have been a complete agreement. I tried to do the right thing and continue to negotiate to avoid placing burden on the courts. Is my current legal advice under Commercial Law correct? Thanks in advance!!