Video instructions and help with filling out and completing When Form 5495 Subsequent

Instructions and Help about When Form 5495 Subsequent

In this video we will discuss conditions precedent a condition precedent is something that must happen before a party must keep his promise in a contract in a contract parties typically make promises a condition precedent is something that must occur before a party has to keep his promise let's say Patti wants to build a swimming pool in a public park so Patti enters into a contract with a builder the contract includes terms concerning the size and shape of the pool and of course Patti's promised to pay the Builder the contract also states that it is subject to the city's approval of the pool in the public park so fatty meets with a city and introduces her idea for a swimming pool her idea is rejected but the city's approval was a condition precedent for Patti to pay the Builder Patti can walk away from the contract she doesn't have to hire the Builder because the condition precedent of city approval failed Patti does not have to keep her promise to hire the Builder if he'd like to discuss conditions precedent or any other matter related to US law stop by the message board and please visit my blog also feel free to submit your comments below and to send me an email