Residential Purchase Agreement

Residential Purchase Agreement

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Unformatted text preview: nd (iii) all debris and personal property not included in the sale shall be removed by Seller by Close Of Escrow. A. Seller shall, within the time specified in paragraph 14A, DISCLOSE KNOWN MATERIAL FACTS AND DEFECTS affecting the Property, including known insurance claims within the past five years, and make any and all other disclosures required by law. B. Buyer has the right to inspect the Property and, as specified in paragraph 14B, based upon information discovered in those inspections: (i) cancel this Agreement; or (ii) request that Seller make Repairs or take other action. C. Buyer is strongly advised to conduct investigations of the entire Property in order to determine its present condition. Seller may not be aware of all defects affecting the Property or other factors that Buyer considers important. Property improvements may not be built according to code, in compliance with current Law, or have had permits issued. 10. BUYER'S INVESTIGATION OF PROPERTY AND MATTERS AFFECTING PROPERTY: A. Buyer's acceptance of the condition of, and any other ma...
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This note was uploaded on 06/25/2013 for the course BUS 320 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at S.F. State.

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