Can a contract be "un-terminated"? 8-9-2018

This week Dawn addresses the question, "can a termination of contract be ignored" so Buyer can buy the house as originally intended? Or do Buyer and Seller have to sign a new contract? Dawn suggests the parties reinstate the contract and tells how in this Tip.

Dick Richardson
over 3 years agoAugust 9, 2018
Great information Dawn!
Joi McKinney
over 3 years agoAugust 9, 2018
Could you also write an amendment that reinstates the original contract and all parties in the original contract sign?
Dawn Moore
over 3 years agoAugust 9, 2018
Instead of an amendment, you would write up a reinstatement.  You have to reinstate the contract before you can amend it. But in the reinstatement, you could cover any changes you want from the original contract i.e. if the closing date changes then the reinstatement states that the original contract is reinstated and in full force and effect; except that the Closing Date is amended to be _________.
Kimberly Morgan
over 3 years agoAugust 9, 2018
Great Information .. as always
Lila Richards
over 3 years agoAugust 10, 2018
Thanks Dawn!  I appreciate your clearing this up.
Ken Leach
over 3 years agoAugust 12, 2018
Thanks , I really appreciate and learn so much from your video. Thanks again.
Lou Burns
about 3 years agoNovember 16, 2018
I have one where buyer & seller have signed the Release Of EM and now want it to continue. What to do?
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