Force majeure


If you are in the process of purchasing or selling a property.

The force majeure clause.

Force majeure translates literally from French as superior force, "force majeure" describes those uncontrollable events such as war, labor stoppages, extreme weather or present day COVID-19 that are not the fault of any party and that make it difficult or impossible to close in time in the terms of the contract or carry out normal business.

An individual or company may consider inserting a force majeure clause into a contract to absolve itself from liability in the event it/they cannot fulfill the terms of a contract or if attempting to do so will result in damages or loss for reasons beyond its control.

If you are negotiating a purchase or sale of property, please protect yourself and seek independent legal advise on the terms and conditions of your contract and purchase and sale.

Please exercise social distancing, washing your hands and self isolation are the best practices to flatten the curve.

My commitment to serving the Real Estate needs to our clients continues. I am open and working.

Communicate with me through voice mail, texting, emails and good old fashioned phone calls. Property viewing can be accomplished by live streaming through platforms such as, Facetime, Whatsapp, Wechat, Skype etc.

If meeting in person is required we will follow the proper guidelines and protocols set out by our real estate board for everyone's safety.


Stay safe my friends,

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