Question: A seller sells a property on a land contract. He cannot take legal action on which of the following?`

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(A) Specific performance
(B) Damages
(C) Agreement not to record
(D) None of these

 

Answer:  (C)  A seller, under the land contract, may sue for specific performance or damages in the event of default. He cannot prohibit the buyer from recording the contract. The clause prohibiting recording is unenforceable but does not affect the validity of the contract.

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