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As a rule especially in real estate, if it was not written into your mutual contract and signed by you or both the realtor and yourself it has no grounds. There are those very few and far in between companies that have the small print at the bottom of their contracts just like insurance companies do. But then they are always questionable, both legally and ethically. If your agent belongs to a board of Realtors I would contact them with regards to this matter and let the agent know prior to your contacting the board that you're doing so. Your agent might just change his mind and save his reputation. Goodluck
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