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Does granting a commercial buyer’s feasibility study period and inspection rights obligate a seller to make repairs?
My client submitted an offer for a commercial property using the Commercial Contract—Improved Property (TAR 1801) with a request for a feasibility period and the right to inspect the property. The seller rejected my client’s offer because he is selling … Continue reading