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I think so.
Spirit Messingham - if it is in agreement, seller must take care of those items!
Buyer has the opportunity and responsibility to have their inspector reinspect and verify.
the answer to that is "yes".... that sign off sheet is nonsense in front of a judge...if the work is not finished, it needs to be... there's a purchase and sales agreement that holds weight in court.... hopefully there is an agreement that describes the work to be done...
I suspect that the buyer's remedy may be in the courts.
Time to seek an attorney.
They can always seek - but it may be more difficult to prevail.
I think, it is state to state thing. We usually schedule a walk through 5 days prior to closing of Escrow.There is plenty of time for the seller to correct any conditions.
YES if the Seller's informaton was not accurate and the repairs were not completed.
The final walk through is to verify the property is in substantially the same condition as when the offer to purchase was made.
The buyer's remedy at this point is small claims court. I suppose they could also go to mediation.