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Sundar XXXXXXX (Software Engineer)     17 November 2011

Validity of agreement

A enters in to a development agreement with B and C. A is the Owner of the land and B is the conforming party and C is the develepor. There is the standard "successors and assigns" clause with respect to B and C. Now  C assigns development rights to D. via another agreement. A signs on all pages of this agreement, but is not a party to the agreement. 

Now A executes nother agreement with only B.

A  claims that he has no knowldege ot any agreement between  C and D. A argues that the second agreement between A and B is the valid agreement and therfore rejects any interest created in favour of D. Is this stand legally defensible?


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