Texas Promulgated Forms, Second Edition Updatesurvey, the number of days to furnish the survey, objections to title, and whether the property is subject to an HOA. Learning Objective 3.1. 43. c. The answer is and the sum of all financing. Learning Objective 3.2. 44. c. The answer is paragraph 3. Paragraph 1 includes the names of the parties and their marital status. Paragraph 2 includes the legal description and accessories. Paragraph 4 is an important licensee disclosure. Learning Objective 3.1. 45. c. The answer is the seller is deemed to have approved the buyer’s creditworthiness. The seller has the right to terminate if he determines that the buyer's credit is not acceptable. The seller may terminate within seven days after expiration of the time for delivery. In this event, the buyer receives the earnest money. If the seller fails to terminate, he is deemed to have approved the buyer’s creditworthiness. Learning Objective 3.4. 46. c. The answer is Jane Doe, as separate property. Because Texas is a community property state the marital status of the seller must be included in the names of the parties in paragraph 1. The proper way to identify a married seller who is selling separate property is “Jane Doe, as separate property.” Learning Objective 3.2.