The Multistate Bar Exam (MBE) is the multiple-choice section of the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE). It's a six-hour examination featuring 200 multiple-choice questions, testing examinees' abilities to apply fundamental legal principles and reasoning to given fact patterns.
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A farmer contracted to sell his barn and surrounding land to his worker by general warranty deed. Prior to closing, the farmer’s neighbor requested use of a road on the farmer’s land east of the barn, which road led directly to the neighbor’s property. The farmer granted the neighbor an easement for use of the road. Prior to closing, the worker discovered the easement and refused to perform. The farmer sued the worker for specific performance.
In such an action, who will prevail?
(A) The farmer, because he has marketable title.
(B) The farmer, because the contract called for a special warranty deed.
(C) The worker, because a seller cannot obtain specific performance.
(D) The worker, because the farmer does not have marketable title.
The Answer is D.
The existence of an easement on the property renders title unmarketable. Therefore, choice (D) is the correct answer and choice (A) is incorrect.
The type of deed called for by the purchase and sale agreement is not relevant. If the grantor’s title is unmarketable, the grantee can avoid the contract, even if only a quitclaim deed is called for by the contract. Accordingly, choice (B) is an incorrect answer.
Specific performance of a purchase and sale agreement is an available remedy because all land is deemed unique. Although more frequently utilized by purchasers, under the doctrine of mutuality, specific performance of a purchase and sale is likewise available to sellers. Choice (C) is incorrect.