Residential Purchase Agreement

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Unformatted text preview: aining contingencies, or (ii) cancel this Agreement based upon a remaining contingency or Seller’s failure to Deliver the specified terms. Once Buyer’s written removal of all contingencies is Delivered to Seller, Seller may not cancel this Agreement pursuant to 14C(1). C. SELLER RIGHT TO CANCEL: (1) Seller right to Cancel; Buyer Contingencies: If, within time specified in this Agreement, Buyer does not, in writing, Deliver to Seller a removal of the applicable contingency or cancellation of this Agreement then Seller, after first Delivering to Buyer a Notice to Buyer to Perform (C.A.R. Form NBP) may cancel this Agreement. In such event, Seller shall authorize return of Buyer's deposit. (2) Seller right to Cancel; Buyer Contract Obligations: Seller, after first Delivering to Buyer a NBP may cancel this Agreement for any of the following reasons: (i) if Buyer fails to deposit funds as required by 3A or 3B; (ii) if the funds deposited pursuant to 3A or 3B are not good when deposited; (iii) if Buyer fails to Deliver a notice of FHA or VA costs or terms as required by 3C(3) (C.A.R. Form FVA); (iv) if Buyer fails to Deliver a letter as required by 3H; (v) if Buyer fails to Deliver verification as required by 3G or 3J; (vi) if Seller reasonably disapproves of the verification provided by 3G or 3J; (vii) if Buyer fails to return Statutory and Lead Disclosures as required by paragraph 6A(...
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