The seller’s broker has been previously contacted by the state regarding its intent to someday acquire the property to expand the maintenance yard through condemnation, also known as eminent domain
Disputes is classified as principal disputes. Principal disputes develop between the buyer and seller and result in a refusal of one or the other to act further to close escrow. The refusal of one party to proceed with the transaction might be excused, justified or constitute a breach of the purchase agreement.
Oppression by the investor exists when the inequality in bargaining power results in no real negotiations, a “take it or leave it” environment. The foreclosure environment itself often presents a one-sided bargaining advantage for an aggressive investor to exploit.
Surprise occurs due to the post-closing discovery of terms which are hidden in the lengthy provisions of the agreement or escrow instructions.