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Ohio Land Contracts: Forfeiture

Introduction

If the buyer stops paying on the contract, the seller can cancel the contract. One remedy is forfeiture, which means that the seller retains the defaulting buyer's payments and can evict the buyer. Since forfeiture is a complicated process, it is recommended that a lawyer be consulted.

Forfeiture