Residential Purchase Agreement

Residential Purchase Agreement

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Unformatted text preview: t © 1991-2010, CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®, INC. RPA-CA REVISED 4/10 (PAGE 2 OF 8) Seller's Initials ( Reviewed by )( ) Date CALIFORNIA RESIDENTIAL PURCHASE AGREEMENT (RPA-CA PAGE 2 OF 8) Blank Documents - Test Form Only Property Address: Date: 5. CLOSING AND POSSESSION: A. Buyer intends (or does not intend) to occupy the Property as Buyer's primary residence. B. Seller-occupied or vacant property: Possession shall be delivered to Buyer at 5 PM or ( PM), on the date of Close AM Days After Close Of Escrow. If transfer of title on Of Escrow; ; or no later than and possession do not occur at the same time, Buyer and Seller are advised to: (i) enter into a written occupancy agreement (C.A.R. Form PAA, paragraph 2); and (ii) consult with their insurance and legal advisors. C. Tenant-occupied property: (i) Property shall be vacant at least 5 (or ) Days Prior to Close Of Escrow, unless otherwise agreed in writing. Note to Seller: If you are unable to deliver Property vacant in accordance with rent control and other applica...
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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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