A type of solution that is not illegal, but borders on illegality. This term was originated by a law student who would get legal questions from friends and family. This student founded www.shadysolution.com a place where people could ask questions and receive advice on possible ways to solve their problems, without paying a lawyer and without ending up in jail.
You agree to buy a house, then you realize you dont want it. The contract is solid. You need a way out. You could hire a lawyer or lose your earnest money. Or you can tell the real estate agent that there are too many pedophiles in the neighborhood of the new house. This is a good faith reason to get out of the contract, and an example of a shady solution
by Don Raul May 10, 2010