Your question puts anyone who is not an attorney at risk for giving legal advice with out being a licensed attorney. The best recourse you have at this time is to seek legal cancel from your attorney. The attorney may have other options for you! Such as reviewing the contract to see if the buyer has or has not acted in good faith. Knowing if your buyer has acted, or has not acted in good faith, would be in your best interest. It is always best to stay out of court and not get involved in legal battles. Ask your attorney if he or she can mediate a settlement for damages if you are owed any, or be prepared to pay damages if you end up owning any.