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I try to impress on my clients that until we have an executed contract w/all signatures, there is no contract. That includes any additional addendum that the relo company may require. Sometimes there is nothing a buyer can do if a relo pulls the plug on your verbally accepted offer. There is usually a clause somewhere that states that they can still accept other offers. Maybe it is something in Katy as I had this same thing happen to a buyer client in that area!
I'd go after another house. Even if you can win this battle it may take you longer and more work and more expense than trying it.My guess is to win the judge will want more than emails. They will want a signed contract. No contract no win, but that is something you can discuss with your attorney. I doubt emails will work to show an enforecable contract.
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