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Can anybody tell me if the commitment letter (accompanying the seat deposit and also, especially, when accepting a deferral offer) is legally binding? There are sentences like " I will withdraw from all other school immediately and will not seek admission from any other school in the future" that one has to sign for.
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Tom Joad wrote:I highly doubt a school will sue you for breach of contract.
But they might take away your acceptance.
There are also stories where the chool contacts other schools and informs them of your behavior and other schools also revoke your acceptance.
(I'm going to try and post in all three of these).
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