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If a contract is null and void and in that contract it states you can sue for each others attorney's fees, can I be sued for attorney's fees

I had a contract for the sale my business and in the contract stated that we could see each other for attorney's fees. I proceeded to bring my suit against this individual and then found out I only had a month to sue her instead of a year as I had originally thought. Now she's trying to sue me for attorneys fees based on the contract that is null and void. I dropped the suit when i found out that i only had a month and would lose the case. Can she win.

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If the contact is null and void, then it means that you cannot sue each other. However, depending on the contract agreement, she may put a law suit against you. Therefore, it is important that you hire a lawyer for more inquiries and assistance.

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Well, I thought that as long as the case began within the time period, it is not void. That said, you really should be asking a lawyer.

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