Written by attorney Matthew James Casebolt | Oct 17, 2016

The covenant of good faith still applies despite "buyer's sole subjective discretion."

The standard Colorado residential real estate sales form has 14 instances of the language "sole subjective discretion." Notwithstanding 10th Circuit and Kansas case law to the contrary, a Denver District Court decision has now examined a buyer's behavior for good faith and fair dealing.

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