Survey of Property Law: Real Property Law

Jon A. Van Woerkom, Survey of Washington Law, Real Property Law (Smith v. King) 27 Gonz.L.Rev. 193 (1987–88)

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SURVEY OF WASHINGTON LAW

REAL PROPERTY LAW

WHEN A VENDEE UNDER A REAL ESTATE CONTRACT SELLS HIS INTEREST TO A SECOND VENDEE WHO IN TURN DEFAULTS ON HIS PAYMENTS RESULTING IN THE FORFEITURE OF THE FIRST VENDEE’S INTEREST TO THE ORGINAL VENDOR, THE FIRST VENDEE IS ENTITLED TO RECOVER THE BENEFIT OF HIS BARGAIN FROM THE SECOND VENDEE DESPITE THE FACT THE FIRST VENDEE COULD HAVE AVOIDED FORFEITURE ON HIS OWN CONTRACT. Smith v. King, 106 Wash. 2d 443, 722 P.2d 796 (1986).

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