• Superior Court
  • Tolland J.D., at Rockville
  • CV10-6002562S
  • Oct 05 2012 (Date Decided)
  • Klaczak, J.T.R.
Absent bad faith, a commercial broker that signs a contract to represent the original prospective purchaser may not be able to prove breach of contract, if another business entity that is connected to the original prospective purchaser agrees to purchase, and the purchase is not consummated.

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