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Discrepancy 1 Overcoming Discrepancy in a Contract Jennifer Baxter Business Law I Professor Lum September 14, 2009
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Discrepancy 2 Introduction Buying a home is the largest single investment my husband and I will make in our lifetime. Along with a substantial financial commitment, such a transaction involves risks, technicalities and legal considerations. Understanding the necessary requirements to enter into such a formal contract, as well as our rights as a buyer, enabled us to solve a discrepancy which arose during the purchase of our home.
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Discrepancy 3 Last year, my husband and I purchased our first home. It was in a newly developed community and we had the luxury of picking out the style of home we wanted, as well as all the options inside the home. In addition, we chose the lot we wanted in the neighborhood and all the exterior landscaping. One of the perks we received for purchasing a more expensive lot was a fence around our backyard; we opted to pay an additional amount of money for a bigger lot and, in turn, receive a fence because we have 2 young children and a dog. We would need a fence as soon as we moved in, in order to contain the dog. Once our decisions were finalized, from the carpet pad to electrical outlets, the appliances to the style and color of the rooftop and everything
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