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La Salle National Bank v. Vega
Citation:167 Ill.App.3d 154, 117 Ill.Dec. 778, 520 N.E.2d 1129 (1988)
Exhibit A is a document, drafted by counsel of plaintiff, entitled “Real Estate Sale Contract.” On the first page of this document appears the date March 12, 1985, and the statement was “Attached Rider is part of this Contract.” One of the Rider’s provisions states: “This contract has been executed and presented by an authorized agent for the purchaser, the beneficiaries of the La Salle National bank, as Trustee for the benefit of the Trust.” Defendant argued that the alleged contract was unenforceable because it was not signed in accordance with its terms and provisions and because plaintiff abandoned it.
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