Long-Established Contract Rescission Principles Apply in an Action for No-Fault Benefits
No-Fault Newsline 04/05/2018

The Court of Appeals’ decision in Enriquez, confirms Michigan’s long-standing principles of contract law that in order to rescind the contract, one must repudiate the contract and restore the other party to the status quo as if the contract had never been performed. Additionally, the endorsement and cashing of a check represents one party’s acceptance of the other party’s terms.

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Secrest Wardle Welcomes Associate Lindsay D. Schmidt to Troy Location
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Executive Partner, Margaret Scott Appointed to the DMC (Detroit Medical Center) Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital Advisory Board
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Secrest Wardle Welcomes Executive Partner Shelly Lee Griffin to Troy Location
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Secrest Wardle Welcomes Partner Lisa C. Baluha to Troy Location
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