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To be completely sure, you'd need someone to review the contract, ideally a lawyer familiar with real estate law in Michigan. The end result is that if you attempt to keep it, they'll may file suit and win. It all depends on whether the 10 days starts the day you sign it, the day after, and if Good Friday is considered a "business day". Who is holding the money? If it's a title company, ask them, as they may not give it to you anyway. If I were your agent, I would suggest you give it back, a "fuzzy" extra day isn't worth all the potential headache. If they uncovered something wrong with the property, it's possible they may not be able to get financing. If there is a financing contingency, you'd have to give the escrow money back anyway.
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