Are there any real estate lawyers out there that can answer my question?

As in my former post, we were doing a lease purchase. Both parties signed the purchase/sale contract and the lease contract. We were meeting at the sellers lawyers office to give them the cashiers check and get the keys, etc. That is when we were informed they said “No Deal”. Are there any reasons besides giving false information at any time, that allows an owner/landlord to cancel out a signed seller/purchase contract and lease contract? If there is a law code for this, can I have that too? :help

There is no one who can answer that question for you without reading the contract first.

You should not have been involved in a transaction like that without having a lawyer look over the documents first, so all you have to do is take the documents back to your lawyer and ask him what your options are.

There is no such thing as a Magic 8 Ball that will give you a one-size-fits-all answer to a legal question.