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Eric Nystrom Quoted in Minnesota Lawyer Article "Court Sets Declaratory Cancellation Threshold"

Minnesota Lawyer

Eric Nystrom was quoted in the September 16, 2011 Minnesota Lawyer article "Court sets declaratory cancellation threshold," detailing a case that Nystrom won on appeal on behalf of their clients, the Dimke's. 

The Minnesota Court of Appeals considered the cancellation statute for residential real estate transfers, sec. 559.217(4), for the first time since it took effect in 2004, ruling in a Sept. 12 published opinion that an unfulfilled condition of a purchase agreement is a threshold requirement that permits a buyer or seller to invoke declaratory cancellation. Absent that unfulfilled condition, a declaratory cancellation is ineffective, the court ruled in Dimke v. Farr.

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