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Coley v. Lang

339 So. 2d 70 (1976)

tl;dr: A buyer and a seller came to a preliminary agreement, but the buyer backed out before it was finalized. The seller’s suit for reliance damages was denied because his reliance on the promise wasn’t substantial enough.

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Facts:Robert Lang (plaintiff) brought suit against William Coley (defendant) to...

Holding:The letter agreement contained no full and definite agreement on...

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