TAS Contract for Property Sent Through Email - Is It Binding?

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  1. aati

    aati Well-Known Member

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    What is the property law in Tasmania?

    A buyer made an email/text offer on a unit. The real estate agent texted to say the vendor accepted. The real estate agent sent through the contract to sign. The buyer decided not to sign. The buyer has not signed anything. Is the email/text binding?
     
  2. Tim W

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    Are you the buyer or the seller?
     
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  3. aati

    aati Well-Known Member

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    Neither. It is for a colleague buyer.
     
  4. Tim W

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    No, sorry.
    Having read your other posts, you are clearly engaged, on a large scale,
    in passing on to others what you read here
    as though it was somehow reliable, fully consdidered, authoritative, and case specific.
    I'm not enabling that.
     
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