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I'll caveat with "I am not in the RE business", and then offer an opinion anyway...Assuming the buyer put in an "inspection contingency", the buyer has an opportunity to request remediation of issues - and terminate the transaction if they are not satisfied with the findings/remediation.The seller's options are to remediate any findings (note that "remediate" does not necessarily mean "fix"), or to refuse to do anything about the issue(s). However, I don't believe the seller can terminate the contract at this point - just refuse to negotiate and put the ball back into the buyer's court.I'd be very interested to hear if the seller actually has any outs they can exercise.
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