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Closing Time: Protecting Your Interests When Your Hotel Purchase Fails to Close

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Joshua D. Bernstein and Kathleen M. Prystowsky write: After putting so much time and resources into negotiating a purchase agreement, and recognizing that deposits for the sale of hotels can run in the millions of dollars, it is important to put significant effort into protecting the seller's rights throughout the implementation of the agreement. Such steps are crucial to lessen exposure should the transaction fail.

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