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Short sellers tend to be short on funds, so I wouldn't expect any agreement for reimbursement to be fulfilled.You can always "walk away," but you have a contract that expresses the consequences of doing so. If it's just losing your earnest money, well, so be it. The holder of the EM is obligated to hand it over to the seller (ka-ching). If the seller reserves the right to sue you for damages . . . well, that's not so good, is it?Your agent may be willing to advise you on the consequences of zitzing out of the deal, otherwise, it's lawyer time.All the best,
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