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Page: 181 Class Notes Case: Court / Date: Judge: Facts: Ragosta v. Wilder Sup. Ct. Vt. (1991) J. Peck Defendant appeals from a judgment ordering him to convey to plaintiffs a piece of real property known as "The Fork Shop." Defendant argues that the court improperly found that a binding contract existed and that it misapplied the doctrine of equitable estoppel. P.s interested in purchasing property known as “The Fork Shop” sent letter and check for $2,000 to attempt to initiate an agreement to buy property. On Sept. 28, 1987, D. returned check with letter that read: I will sell you The Fork Shop and its property as listed in book 35, at page 135 of the Brookfield Land Records on 17 April 1972, for $88,000.00- (Eighty- eight thousand dollars), at anytime up until the 1st of November 1987 that you appear with me at the Randolph National Bank with said sum. At which time they will give you a certified deed to this property or to your agent as directed,
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