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Old 03-16-2013, 07:43 PM   #16
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In what situations would I get my earnest money deposit back?


Your contract differs from what I normally deal with in that yours are "condition subsequents" Meaning that if you do nothing you will be held in a firm and binding contract.

I write them the opposite way. So the Buyer must (in writing) waive the rights to his conditions. If he fails to meet the deadlines, by doing nothing the P/S agreement is null and void.



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