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Buyer’s Initials _________ __________ Page 1 of 12 Seller’s Initials __________ __________ FloridaRealtors/FloridaBar-2 Rev.8/13 © 2013 Florida Realtors and The Florida Bar. All rights reserved. Residential Contract For Sale And Purchase THIS FORM HAS BEEN APPROVED BY THE FLORIDA REALTORS AND THE FLORIDA BAR PARTIES:____________________________________________________________________________________("Seller"), and _________________________________________________________________________________________("Buyer"), agree that Seller shall sell and Buyer shall buy the following described Real Property and Personal Property (collectively “Property”) pursuant to the terms and conditions of this Residential Contract For Sale And Purchase and any riders and addenda (“Contract”): 1* 2* 3 4 5 1. PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 6 Street address, city, zip:_________________________________________________________________________ 7* Property is located in: ________________ County, Florida. Real Property Tax ID No.:________________________ 8* Real Property: The legal description is______________________________________________________________ 9* 10 11 together with all existing improvements and fixtures, including built-in appliances, built-in furnishings and attached wall-to-wall carpeting and flooring (“Real Property”) unless specifically excluded in Paragraph 1(e) or by other terms of this Contract. 12 13 14 Personal Property: Unless excluded in Paragraph 1(e) or by other terms of this Contract, the following items which 15 are owned by Seller and existing on the Property as of the date of the initial offer are included in the purchase: range(s)/oven(s), refrigerator(s), dishwasher(s), disposal, ceiling fan(s), intercom, light fixture(s), drapery rods and draperies, blinds, window treatments, smoke detector(s), garage door opener(s), security gate and other access devices, and storm shutters/panels ("Personal Property"). 16 17 18 19 Other Personal Property items included in this purchase are:____________________________________________ 20* 21 Personal Property is included in the Purchase Price, has no contributory value, and shall be left for the Buyer. 22 The following items are excluded from the purchase:___________________________________________________ 23* 24 PURCHASE PRICE AND CLOSING 25 2. PURCHASE PRICE (U.S. currency):.......................................................................................................$______________ 26* Initial deposit to be held in escrow in the amount of (checks subject to COLLECTION) ...............$______________ 27* The initial deposit made payable and delivered to “Escrow Agent” named below 28 (CHECK ONE): (i) accompanies offer or (ii) is to be made within _____ (if left blank, 29* then 3) days after Effective Date. IF NEITHER BOX IS CHECKED, THEN OPTION (ii) 30 SHALL BE DEEMED SELECTED. 31 Escrow Agent Information: Name: __________________________________________________ 32* Address: ______________________________________________________________________ 33* Phone: ___________________ E-mail:_______________________ Fax: ___________________ 34* Additional deposit to be delivered to Escrow Agent within __________ (if left blank, then 10) 35* days after Effective Date.................................................................................................................. $______________ 36* (All deposits paid or agreed to be paid, are collectively referred to as the “Deposit”) 37 Financing: Express as a dollar amount or percentage (“Loan Amount”) see Paragraph 8................ ______________ 38* Other:_______________________________________________________________..................$______________ 39* Balance to close (not including Buyer’s closing costs, prepaids and prorations) by wire 40 transfer or other COLLECTED funds............................................................................................... $______________ 41* NOTE: For the definition of “COLLECTION” or “COLLECTED” see STANDARD S. 42 3. TIME FOR ACCEPTANCE OF OFFER AND COUNTER-OFFERS; EFFECTIVE DATE: 43 If not signed by Buyer and Seller, and an executed copy delivered to all parties on or before ___________________ 44* ________________________, this offer shall be deemed withdrawn and the Deposit, if any, shall be returned to Buyer. Unless otherwise stated, time for acceptance of any counter-offers shall be within 2 days after the day the counter-offer is delivered. 45* 46 47 The effective date of this Contract shall be the date when the last one of the Buyer and Seller has signed or initialed and delivered this offer or final counter-offer (“Effective Date”). 48 49 4. CLOSING DATE: Unless modified by other provisions of this Contract, the closing of this transaction shall occur and the closing documents required to be furnished by each party pursuant to this Contract shall be delivered (“Closing”) on _____________________________ (“Closing Date”), at the time established by the Closing Agent. 50 51 52* 5. EXTENSION OF CLOSING DATE: 53 If Closing funds from Buyer’s lender(s) are not available at time of Closing due to Truth In Lending Act (TILA) notice requirements, Closing shall be extended for such period necessary to satisfy TILA notice requirements, not to exceed 7 days. 54 55 56 ® ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (a) (b) (a) Serial#: 020262-400137-8242695 Buyer’s Initials _________ __________ Page 2 of 12 Seller’s Initials __________ __________ FloridaRealtors/FloridaBar-2 Rev.8/13 © 2013 Florida Realtors and The Florida Bar. All rights reserved. If extreme weather or other condition or event constituting “Force Majeure” (see STANDARD G) causes: (i) disruption of utilities or other services essential for Closing or (ii) Hazard, Wind, Flood or Homeowners’ insurance, to become unavailable prior to Closing, Closing shall be extended a reasonable time up to 3 days after restoration of utilities and other services essential to Closing and availability of applicable Hazard, Wind, Flood or Homeowners’ insurance. If restoration of such utilities or services and availability of insurance has not occurred within _______ (if left blank, then 14) days after Closing Date, then either party may terminate this Contract by delivering written notice to the other party, and Buyer shall be refunded the Deposit, thereby releasing Buyer and Seller from all further obligations under this Contract. 58 59 60 61 62* 63 64 65 6. OCCUPANCY AND POSSESSION: 66 Unless the box in Paragraph 6(b) is checked, Seller shall, at Closing, deliver occupancy and possession of the Property to Buyer free of tenants, occupants and future tenancies. Also, at Closing, Seller shall have removed all personal items and trash from the Property and shall deliver all keys, garage door openers, access devices and codes, as applicable, to Buyer. If occupancy is to be delivered before Closing, Buyer assumes all risks of loss to the Property from date of occupancy, shall be responsible and liable for maintenance from that date, and shall be deemed to have accepted the Property in its existing condition as of time of taking occupancy, except with respect to any items identified by Buyer pursuant to Paragraph 12, prior to taking occupancy, which require repair, replacement, treatment or remedy. 67 68 69 70 71 72 (b) CHECK IF PROPERTY IS SUBJECT TO LEASE(S) OR OCCUPANCY AFTER CLOSING. If Property is subject to a lease(s) after Closing or is intended to be rented or occupied by third parties beyond Closing, the facts and terms thereof shall be disclosed in writing by Seller to Buyer and copies of the written lease(s) shall be delivered to Buyer, all within 5 days after Effective Date. If Buyer determines, in Buyer’s sole discretion, that the lease(s) or terms of occupancy are not acceptable to Buyer, Buyer may terminate this Contract by delivery of written notice of such election to Seller within 5 days after receipt of the above items from Seller, and Buyer shall be refunded the Deposit thereby releasing Buyer and Seller from all further obligations under this Contract. Estoppel Letter(s) and Seller’s affidavit shall be provided pursuant to STANDARD D. If Property is intended to be occupied by Seller after Closing, see Rider U. POST-CLOSING OCCUPANCY BY SELLER. 73 74* 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 7. ASSIGNABILITY: (CHECK ONE): Buyer may assign and thereby be released from any further liability under this Contract; may assign but not be released from liability under this Contract; or may not assign this Contract. 82 83* FINANCING 84* 8. FINANCING: 85 (a) Buyer will pay cash or may obtain a loan for the purchase of the Property. There is no financing contingency to Buyer’s obligation to close . 86 87* (b) This Contract is contingent upon Buyer obtaining a written loan commitment for a conventional FHA VA or other ______________ (describe) loan on the following terms within _______ (if left blank, then 30) days after Effective Date (“Loan Commitment Date”) for (CHECK ONE): fixed, adjustable, fixed or adjustable rate loan in the Loan Amount (See Paragraph 2(c)), at an initial interest rate not to exceed _______ % (if left blank, then prevailing rate based upon Buyer’s creditworthiness), and for a term of _______(if left blank, then 30) years (“Financing”). 88 89* 90* 91* 92* Buyer shall make mortgage loan application for the Financing within _______ (if left blank, then 5) days after Effective Date and use good faith and diligent effort to obtain a written loan commitment for the Financing (“Loan Commitment”) and thereafter to close this Contract. Buyer shall keep Seller and Broker fully informed about the status of mortgage loan application and Loan Commitment and authorizes Buyer’s mortgage broker and Buyer’s lender to disclose such status and progress to Seller and Broker. 93* 94* 95 96 97 98 Upon Buyer’s receipt of Loan Commitment, Buyer shall provide written notice of same to Seller. If Buyer does not receive Loan Commitment by Loan Commitment Date, then thereafter either party may cancel this Contract up to the earlier of: 99 100 101 (i.) Buyer’s delivery of written notice to Seller that Buyer has either received Loan Commitment or elected to waive the financing contingency of this Contract; or 102 103 (ii.) 7 days prior to Closing Date. 104 If either party timely cancels this Contract pursuant to this Paragraph 8 and Buyer is not in default under the terms of this Contract, Buyer shall be refunded the Deposit thereby releasing Buyer and Seller from all further obligations under this Contract. If neither party has timely canceled this Contract pursuant to this Paragraph 8, then this financing contingency shall be deemed waived by Buyer. 105 106 107 108 If Buyer delivers written notice of receipt of Loan Commitment to Seller and this Contract does not thereafter close, the Deposit shall be paid to Seller unless failure to close is due to: (1) Seller’s default; (2) Property related conditions of the Loan Commitment have not been met (except when such conditions are waived by other provisions of this Contract); (3) appraisal of the Property obtained by Buyer’s lender is insufficient to meet terms of the Loan Commitment; or (4) the 109 110 111 112 (b) ® (a) 57 Serial#: 020262-400137-8242695 Buyer’s Initials _________ __________ Page 3 of 12 Seller’s Initials __________ __________ FloridaRealtors/FloridaBar-2 Rev.8/13 © 2013 Florida Realtors and The Florida Bar. All rights reserved. (c) Assumption of existing mortgage (see rider for terms). 115* (d) Purchase money note and mortgage to Seller (see riders; addenda; or special clauses for terms). 116* CLOSING COSTS, FEES AND CHARGES 117 9. CLOSING COSTS; TITLE INSURANCE; SURVEY; HOME WARRANTY; SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS: 118 (a) COSTS TO BE PAID BY SELLER: 119 • Documentary stamp taxes and surtax on deed, if any • HOA/Condominium Association estoppel fees 120 • Owner’s Policy and Charges (if Paragraph 9(c)(i) is checked) • Recording and other fees needed to cure title 121 • Title search charges (if Paragraph 9(c)(iii) is checked) • Seller’s attorneys’ fees 122 • Other:_________________________________________________________________________________________ 123* If, prior to Closing, Seller is unable to meet the Maintenance Requirement as required by Paragraph 11 or the repairs, replacements, treatments or permitting as required by Paragraph 12, then, sums equal to 125% of estimated costs to complete the applicable item(s) (but, not in excess of applicable General Repair, WDO Repair, and Permit Limits set forth above, if any) shall be escrowed at Closing. If actual costs of required repairs, replacements, treatment or permitting exceed applicable escrowed amounts, Seller shall pay such actual costs (but, not in excess of applicable General Repair, WDO Repair, and Permit Limits set forth above). Any unused portion of escrowed amount(s) shall be returned to Seller. 135 136 137 138 (b) COSTS TO BE PAID BY BUYER: 139 • Taxes and recording fees on notes and mortgages • Loan expenses 140 • Recording fees for deed and financing statements • Appraisal fees 141 • Owner’s Policy and Charges (if Paragraph 9(c)(ii) is checked) • Buyer’s Inspections 142 • Survey (and elevation certification, if required) • Buyer’s attorneys’ fees 143 • Lender’s title policy and endorsements • All property related insurance 144 • HOA/Condominium Association application/transfer fees • Owner’s Policy Premium (if Paragraph 145 9 (c) (iii) is checked.) 146 • Other:_________________________________________________________________________________________ 147* (c) TITLE EVIDENCE AND INSURANCE: At least ______ (if left blank, then 5) days prior to Closing Date, a title insurance commitment issued by a Florida licensed title insurer, with legible copies of instruments listed as exceptions attached thereto (“Title Commitment”) and, after Closing, an owner’s policy of title insurance (see STANDARD A for terms) shall be obtained and delivered to Buyer. If Seller has an owner’s policy of title insurance covering the Real Property, a copy shall be furnished to Buyer and Closing Agent within 5 days after Effective Date. The owner’s title policy premium, title search, municipal lien search and closing services (collectively, “Owner’s Policy and Charges”) shall be paid, as set forth below 148* 149 150 151 152 153 154 (CHECK ONE): 155 (i) Seller shall designate Closing Agent and pay for Owner’s Policy and Charges (but not including charges for closing services related to Buyer’s lender’s policy and endorsements and loan closing, which amounts shall be paid by Buyer to Closing Agent or such other provider(s) as Buyer may select); or 156* 157 158 (ii) Buyer shall designate Closing Agent and pay for Owner’s Policy and Charges and charges for closing services related to Buyer’s lender’s policy, endorsements, and loan closing; or 159* 160 (iii) [MIAMI-DADE/BROWARD REGIONAL PROVISION]: Seller shall furnish a copy of a prior owner’s policy of title insurance or other evidence of title and pay fees for: (A) a continuation or update of such title evidence, which is acceptable to Buyer’s title insurance underwriter for reissue of coverage; (B) tax search; and (C) municipal lien search. Buyer shall obtain and pay for post-Closing continuation and premium for Buyer’s owner’s policy, and if applicable, Buyer’s lender’s policy. Seller shall not be obligated to pay more than $ _____________ (if left blank, then $200.00) for abstract continuation or title search ordered or performed by Closing Agent. 161* 162 163 164 165* 166 (d) SURVEY: At least 5 days prior to Closing, Buyer may, at Buyer’s expense, have the Real Property surveyed and certified by a registered Florida surveyor (“Survey”). If Seller has a survey covering the Real Property, a copy shall be furnished to Buyer and Closing Agent within 5 days after Effective Date. 167 168 169 (e) HOME WARRANTY: At Closing, Buyer Seller N/A shall pay for a home warranty plan issued by ___________________________________________ at a cost not to exceed $_________________. A home 170* 171* ® loan is not funded due to financial failure of Buyer’s lender, in which event(s) the Deposit shall be returned to Buyer, thereby releasing Buyer and Seller from all further obligations under this Contract. Seller shall pay the following amounts/percentages of the Purchase Price for the following costs and expenses: 124 (i) up to $ _____________ or _________ % (1.5% if left blank) for General Repair Items (“General Repair 125* Limit”); and 126 (ii) up to $ _____________ or _________ % (1.5% if left blank) for WDO treatment and repairs (“WDO Repair 127* Limit”); and 128 (iii) up to $ _____________ or _________ % (1.5% if left blank) for costs associated with closing out open or 129* expired building permits and obtaining required building permits for any existing improvement for which a permit 130 was not obtained (“Permit Limit”). 131 113 114 132 133 134 Serial#: 020262-400137-8242695 Buyer’s Initials _________ __________ Page 4 of 12 Seller’s Initials __________ __________ FloridaRealtors/FloridaBar-2 Rev.8/13 © 2013 Florida Realtors and The Florida Bar. All rights reserved. This Paragraph 9(f) shall not apply to a special benefit tax lien imposed by a community development district (CDD) pursuant to Chapter 190, F.S., which lien shall be prorated pursuant to STANDARD K. 184 185 DISCLOSURES 186 10. DISCLOSURES: 187 (a) RADON GAS: Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that, when it is accumulated in a building in sufficient quantities, may present health risks to persons who are exposed to it over time. Levels of radon that exceed federal and state guidelines have been found in buildings in Florida. Additional information regarding radon and radon testing may be obtained from your county health department. 188 189 190 191 (b) PERMITS DISCLOSURE: Except as may have been disclosed by Seller to Buyer in a written disclosure, Seller does not know of any improvements made to the Property which were made without required permits or made pursuant to permits which have not been properly closed. 192 193 194 (c) MOLD: Mold is naturally occurring and may cause health risks or damage to property. If Buyer is concerned or desires additional information regarding mold, Buyer should contact an appropriate professional. 195 196 (d) FLOOD ZONE; ELEVATION CERTIFICATION: Buyer is advised to verify by elevation certificate which flood zone the Property is in, whether flood insurance is required by Buyer’s lender, and what restrictions apply to improving the Property and rebuilding in the event of casualty. If Property is in a “Special Flood Hazard Area” or “Coastal Barrier Resources Act” designated area or otherwise protected area identified by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service under the Coastal Barrier Resources Act and the lowest floor elevation for the building(s) and /or flood insurance rating purposes is below minimum flood elevation or is ineligible for flood insurance through the National Flood Insurance Program, Buyer may terminate this Contract by delivering written notice to Seller within _____ (if left blank, then 20) days after Effective Date, and Buyer shall be refunded the Deposit thereby releasing Buyer and Seller from all further obligations under this Contract, failing which Buyer accepts existing elevation of buildings and flood zone designation of Property. The National Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012 (referred to as Biggert- Waters 2012) may phase in actuarial rating of pre-Flood Insurance Rate Map (pre-FIRM) non-primary structures (residential structures in which the insured or spouse does not reside for at least 80% of the year) and an elevation certificate may be required for actuarial rating. 197 198 199 200 201 202 203* 204 205 206 207 208 209 (e) ENERGY BROCHURE: Buyer acknowledges receipt of Florida Energy-Efficiency Rating Information Brochure required by Section 553.996, F.S. 210 211 (f) LEAD-BASED PAINT: If Property includes pre-1978 residential housing, a lead-based paint disclosure is mandatory. 212 213 (g) HOMEOWNERS’ ASSOCIATION/COMMUNITY DISCLOSURE: BUYER SHOULD NOT EXECUTE THIS CONTRACT UNTIL BUYER HAS RECEIVED AND READ THE HOMEOWNERS’ ASSOCIATION/COMMUNITY DISCLOSURE, IF APPLICABLE. 214 215 216 (h) PROPERTY TAX DISCLOSURE SUMMARY: BUYER SHOULD NOT RELY ON THE SELLER’S CURRENT PROPERTY TAXES AS THE AMOUNT OF PROPERTY TAXES THAT THE BUYER MAY BE OBLIGATED TO PAY IN THE YEAR SUBSEQUENT TO PURCHASE. A CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP OR PROPERTY IMPROVEMENTS TRIGGERS REASSESSMENTS OF THE PROPERTY THAT COULD RESULT IN HIGHER PROPERTY TAXES. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS CONCERNING VALUATION, CONTACT THE COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISER’S OFFICE FOR INFORMATION. 217 218 219 220 221 222 (i) FIRPTA TAX WITHHOLDING: Seller shall inform Buyer in writing if Seller is a “foreign person” as defined by the Foreign Investment in Real Property Tax Act (“FIRPTA”). Buyer and Seller shall comply with FIRPTA, which may require Seller to provide additional cash at Closing. If Seller is not a “foreign person”, Seller can provide Buyer, at or prior to Closing, a certification of non-foreign status, under penalties of perjury, to inform Buyer and Closing Agent that no withholding is required. See STANDARD V for further information pertaining to FIRPTA. Buyer and Seller are advised to seek legal counsel and tax advice regarding their respective rights, obligations, reporting and withholding requirements pursuant to FIRPTA. 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 ® (f) SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS: At Closing, Seller shall pay: (i) the full amount of liens imposed by a public body (“public body” does not include a Condominium or Homeowner’s Association) that are certified, confirmed and ratified before Closing; and (ii) the amount of the public body’s most recent estimate or assessment for an improvement which is substantially complete as of Effective Date, but that has not resulted in a lien being imposed on the Property before Closing. Buyer shall pay all other assessments. If special assessments may be paid in installments (CHECK ONE): 174 175 176 177 178 179 (a) Seller shall pay installments due prior to Closing and Buyer shall pay installments due after Closing. Installments prepaid or due for the year of Closing shall be prorated. 180* 181 (b) Seller shall pay the assessment(s) in full prior to or at the time of Closing. 182* IF NEITHER BOX IS CHECKED, THEN OPTION (a) SHALL BE DEEMED SELECTED. 183 warranty plan provides for repair or replacement of many of a home’s mechanical systems and major built-in appliances in the event of breakdown due to normal wear and tear during the agreement’s warranty period. 172 173 Serial#: 020262-400137-8242695 Buyer’s Initials ________ __________ Page 5 of 12 Seller’s Initials __________ __________ FloridaRealtors/FloridaBar-2 Rev.8/13 © 2013 Florida Realtors and The Florida Bar. All rights reserved. (j) SELLER DISCLOSURE: Seller knows of no facts materially affecting the value of the Real Property which are not readily observable and which have not been disclosed to Buyer. 230 231 PROPERTY MAINTENANCE, CONDITION, INSPECTIONS AND EXAMINATIONS 232 PROPERTY MAINTENANCE: Except for ordinary wear and tear and Casualty Loss, and those repairs, replacements or treatments required to be made by this Contract, Seller shall maintain the Property, including, but not limited to, lawn, shrubbery, and pool, in the condition existing as of Effective Date (“Maintenance Requirement”). 233 234 235 PROPERTY INSPECTION AND REPAIR: 236 (a) INSPECTION PERIOD: By the earlier of 15 days after Effective Date or 5 days prior to Closing Date (“Inspection Period”), Buyer may, at Buyer’s expense, conduct “General”, “WDO”, and “Permit” Inspections described below. If Buyer fails to timely deliver to Seller a written notice or report required by (b), (c), or (d) below, then, except for Seller’s continuing Maintenance Requirement, Buyer shall have waived Seller’s obligation(s) to repair, replace, treat or remedy the matters not inspected and timely reported. If this Contract does not close, Buyer shall repair all damage to Property resulting from Buyer’s inspections, return Property to its pre-inspection condition and provide Seller with paid receipts for all work done on Property upon its completion. 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 (b) GENERAL PROPERTY INSPECTION AND REPAIR: 244 (i) General Inspection: Those items specified in Paragraph 12(b) (ii) below, which Seller is obligated to repair or replace (“General Repair Items”) may be inspected (“General Inspection”) by a person who specializes in and holds an occupational license (if required by law) to conduct home inspections or who holds a Florida license to repair and maintain the items inspected (“Professional Inspector”). Buyer shall, within the Inspection Period, inform Seller of any General Repair Items that are not in the condition required by (b)(ii) below by delivering to Seller a written notice and upon written request by Seller a copy of the portion of Professional Inspector’s written report dealing with such items. 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 (iii) General Property Repairs: Seller is only obligated to make such general repairs as are necessary to bring items into the condition specified in Paragraph 12(b) (ii) above. Seller shall within 10 days after receipt of Buyer's written notice or General Inspection report, either have the reported repairs to General Repair Items estimated by an appropriately licensed person and a copy delivered to Buyer, or have a second inspection made by a Professional Inspector and provide a copy of such report and estimates of repairs to Buyer. If Buyer's and Seller's inspection reports differ and the parties cannot resolve the differences, Buyer and Seller together shall choose, and equally split the cost of, a third Professional Inspector, whose written report shall be binding on the parties. 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 (c) WOOD DESTROYING ORGANISM (“WDO”) INSPECTION AND REPAIR: 281 (i) WDO Inspection: The Property may be inspected by a Florida-licensed pest control business ("WDO Inspector") to determine the existence of past or present WDO infestation and damage caused by infestation ("WDO Inspection"). Buyer shall, within the Inspection Period, deliver a copy of the WDO Inspector's written report to Seller if any evidence of WDO infestation or damage is found. "Wood Destroying Organism" ("WDO") means arthropod or plant life, including termites, powder-post beetles, oldhouse borers and wood-decaying fungi, that damages or infests seasoned wood in a structure, excluding fences. 282 283 284 285 286 287 ® 11. 12. (ii) Property Condition: The following items shall be free of leaks, water damage or structural damage: ceiling, roof (including fascia and soffits), exterior and interior walls, doors, windows, and foundation. The above items together with pool, pool equipment, non-leased major appliances, heating, cooling, mechanical, electrical, security, sprinkler, septic and plumbing systems and machinery, seawalls, and dockage, are, and shall be maintained until Closing, in "Working Condition" (defined below). Torn screens (including pool and patio screens), fogged windows, and missing roof tiles or shingles shall be repaired or replaced by Seller prior to Closing. Seller is not required to repair or replace "Cosmetic Conditions" (defined below), unless the Cosmetic Conditions resulted from a defect in an item Seller is obligated to repair or replace. "Working Condition" means operating in the manner in which the item was designed to operate. "Cosmetic Conditions" means aesthetic imperfections that do not affect Working Condition of the item, including, but not limited to: pitted marcite; tears, worn spots and discoloration of floor coverings, wallpapers, or window treatments; nail holes, scrapes, scratches, dents, chips or caulking in ceilings, walls, flooring, tile, fixtures, or mirrors; and minor cracks in walls, floor tiles, windows, driveways, sidewalks, pool decks, and garage and patio floors. Cracked roof tiles, curling or worn shingles, or limited roof life shall not be considered defects Seller must repair or replace, so long as there is no evidence of actual leaks, leakage or structural damage. If cost to repair General Repair Items equals or is less than the General Repair Limit, Seller shall have repairs made in accordance with Paragraph 12(f). If cost to repair General Repair Items exceeds the General Repair Limit, then within 5 days after a party's receipt of the last estimate: (A) Seller may elect to pay the excess by delivering written notice to Buyer, or (B) Buyer may deliver written notice to Seller designating which repairs of General Repair Items Seller shall make (at a total cost to Seller not exceeding the General Repair Limit) and agreeing to accept the balance of General Repair Items in their "as is" condition, subject to Seller's continuing Maintenance Requirement. If neither party delivers such written notice to the other, then either party may terminate this Contract and Buyer shall be refunded the Deposit, thereby releasing Buyer and Seller from all further obligations under this Contract. Serial#: 020262-400137-8242695 Buyer’s Initials _________ __________ Page 6 of 12 Seller’s Initials __________ __________ FloridaRealtors/FloridaBar-2 Rev.8/13 © 2013 Florida Realtors and The Florida Bar. All rights reserved. ESCROW AGENT AND BROKER 335 13. ESCROW AGENT: Any Closing Agent or Escrow Agent (collectively “Agent”) receiving the Deposit, other funds and other items is authorized, and agrees by acceptance of them, to deposit them promptly, hold same in escrow within the State of Florida and, subject to COLLECTION, disburse them in accordance with terms and conditions of this Contract. Failure of funds to become COLLECTED shall not excuse Buyer’s performance. When conflicting demands for the Deposit are received, or Agent has a good faith doubt as to entitlement to the Deposit, Agent may take such actions permitted by this Paragraph 13, as Agent deems advisable. If in doubt as to Agent’s duties or liabilities under this Contract, Agent may, at Agent’s option, continue to hold the subject matter of the escrow until the parties agree to its disbursement or until a final judgment of a court of competent jurisdiction shall determine the rights of the parties, or Agent may deposit same with the clerk of the circuit court having jurisdiction of the dispute. An attorney who represents a party and also acts as Agent may represent such party in such action. Upon notifying all parties concerned of such action, all liability on the part of Agent shall fully terminate, except to the extent of accounting for any items previously 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 ® (ii) WDO Repairs: If Seller previously treated the Property for the type of WDO found by Buyer's WDO Inspection, Seller does not have to retreat the Property if there is no visible live infestation, and Seller, at Seller's cost, transfers to Buyer at Closing a current full treatment warranty for the type of WDO found. Seller shall within 10 days after receipt of Buyer's WDO Inspector's report, have reported WDO damage estimated by an appropriately licensed person, necessary corrective treatment, if any, estimated by a WDO Inspector, and a copy delivered to Buyer. Seller shall have treatments and repairs made in accordance with Paragraph 12(f) below up to the WDO Repair Limit. If cost to treat and repair the WDO infestations and damage to Property exceeds the WDO Repair Limit, then within 5 days after receipt of Seller's estimate, Buyer may deliver written notice to Seller agreeing to pay the excess, or designating which WDO repairs Seller shall make (at a total cost to Seller not exceeding the WDO Repair Limit), and accepting the balance of the Property in its "as is" condition with regard to WDO infestation and damage, subject to Seller's continuing Maintenance Requirement. If Buyer does not deliver such written notice to Seller, then either party may terminate this Contract by written notice to the other, and Buyer shall be refunded the Deposit, thereby releasing Buyer and Seller from all further obligations under this Contract. 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 (d) INSPECTION AND CLOSE-OUT OF BUILDING PERMITS: 301 (i) Permit Inspection: Buyer may have an inspection and examination of records and documents made to determine whether there exist any open or expired building permits or unpermitted improvements to the Property (“Permit Inspection”). Buyer shall, within the Inspection Period, deliver written notice to Seller of the existence of any open or expired building permits or unpermitted improvements to the Property. 302 303 304 305 (ii) Close-Out of Building Permits: Seller shall, within 10 days after receipt of Buyer’s Permit Inspection notice, have an estimate of costs to remedy Permit Inspection items prepared by an appropriately licensed person and a copy delivered to Buyer. No later than 5 days prior to Closing Date, Seller shall, up to the Permit Limit, have open and expired building permits identified by Buyer or known to Seller closed by the applicable governmental entity, and obtain and close any required building permits for improvements to the Property. Prior to Closing Date, Seller will provide Buyer with any written documentation that all open and expired building permits identified by Buyer or known to Seller have been closed out and that Seller has obtained required building permits for improvements to the Property. If final permit inspections cannot be performed due to delays by the governmental entity, Closing Date shall be extended for up to 10 days to complete such final inspections, failing which, either party may terminate this Contract, and Buyer shall be refunded the Deposit, thereby releasing Buyer and Seller from all further obligations under this Contract. 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 If cost to close open or expired building permits or to remedy any permit violation of any governmental entity exceeds Permit Limit, then within 5 days after a party's receipt of estimates of cost to remedy: (A) Seller may elect to pay the excess by delivering written notice to Buyer; or (B) Buyer may deliver written notice to Seller accepting the Property in its "as is" condition with regard to building permit status and agreeing to receive credit from Seller at Closing in the amount of Permit Limit. If neither party delivers such written notice to the other, then either party may terminate this Contract and Buyer shall be refunded the Deposit, thereby releasing Buyer and Seller from all further obligations under this Contract. 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 (e) WALK-THROUGH INSPECTION/RE-INSPECTION: On the day prior to Closing Date, or on Closing Date prior to time of Closing, as specified by Buyer, Buyer or Buyer’s representative may perform a walk-through (and follow-up walk-through, if necessary) inspection of the Property solely to confirm that all items of Personal Property are on the Property and to verify that Seller has maintained the Property as required by the Maintenance Requirement, has made repairs and replacements required by this Contract, and has met all other contractual obligations. 324 325 326 327 328 (f) REPAIR STANDARDS; ASSIGNMENT OF REPAIR AND TREATMENT CONTRACTS AND WARRANTIES: 329 All repairs and replacements shall be completed in a good and workmanlike manner by an appropriately licensed person, in accordance with all requirements of law, and shall consist of materials or items of quality, value, capacity and performance comparable to, or better than, that existing as of the Effective Date. Except as provided in Paragraph 12(c)(ii), at Buyer’s option and cost, Seller will, at Closing, assign all assignable repair, treatment and maintenance contracts and warranties to Buyer. 330 331 332 333 334 Serial#: 020262-400137-8242695 Buyer’s Initials _________ __________ Page 7 of 12 Seller’s Initials __________ __________ FloridaRealtors/FloridaBar-2 Rev.8/13 © 2013 Florida Realtors and The Florida Bar. All rights reserved. 364 365 366 367 368 369 370 371 372 373 374 375 376 DEFAULT AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION 377 15. DEFAULT: 378 (a) BUYER DEFAULT: If Buyer fails, neglects or refuses to perform Buyer’s obligations under this Contract, including payment of the Deposit, within the time(s) specified, Seller may elect to recover and retain the Deposit for the account of Seller as agreed upon liquidated damages, consideration for execution of this Contract, and in full settlement of any claims, whereupon Buyer and Seller shall be relieved from all further obligations under this Contract, or Seller, at Seller’s option, may, pursuant to Paragraph 16, proceed in equity to enforce Seller’s rights under this Contract. The portion of the Deposit, if any, paid to Listing Broker upon default by Buyer, shall be split equally between Listing Broker and Cooperating Broker; provided however, Cooperating Broker’s share shall not be greater than the commission amount Listing Broker had agreed to pay to Cooperating Broker. 379 380 381 382 383 384 385 386 (b) SELLER DEFAULT: If for any reason other than failure of Seller to make Seller’s title marketable after reasonable diligent effort, Seller fails, neglects or refuses to perform Seller’s obligations under this Contract, Buyer may elect to receive return of Buyer’s Deposit without thereby waiving any action for damages resulting from Seller’s breach, and, pursuant to Paragraph 16, may seek to recover such damages or seek specific performance. 387 388 389 390 This Paragraph 15 shall survive Closing or termination of this Contract. 391 16. DISPUTE RESOLUTION: Unresolved controversies, claims and other matters in question between Buyer and Seller arising out of, or relating to, this Contract or its breach, enforcement or interpretation (“Dispute”) will be settled as follows: 392 393 394 Buyer and Seller will have 10 days after the date conflicting demands for the Deposit are made to attempt to resolve such Dispute, failing which, Buyer and Seller shall submit such Dispute to mediation under Paragraph 16(b). 395 396 397 Buyer and Seller shall attempt to settle Disputes in an amicable manner through mediation pursuant to Florida Rules for Certified and Court-Appointed Mediators and Chapter 44, F.S., as amended (the “Mediation Rules”). The mediator must be certified or must have experience in the real estate industry. Injunctive relief may be sought without first complying with this Paragraph 16(b). Disputes not settled pursuant to this Paragraph 16 may be resolved by instituting action in the appropriate court having jurisdiction of the matter. This Paragraph 16 shall survive Closing or termination of this Contract. 398 399 400 401 402 403 17. ATTORNEY’S FEES; COSTS: The parties will split equally any mediation fee incurred in any mediation permitted by this Contract, and each party will pay their own costs, expenses and fees, including attorney’s fees, incurred in conducting the mediation. In any litigation permitted by this Contract, the prevailing party shall be entitled to recover 404 405 406 (a) (b) ® Any proceeding between Buyer and Seller wherein Agent is made a party because of acting as Agent hereunder, or in any proceeding where Agent interpleads the subject matter of the escrow, Agent shall recover reasonable attorney’s fees and costs incurred, to be paid pursuant to court order out of the escrowed funds or equivalent. Agent shall not be liable to any party or person for mis-delivery of any escrowed items, unless such mis-delivery is due to Agent’s willful breach of this Contract or Agent’s gross negligence. This Paragraph 13 shall survive Closing or termination of this Contract. 350 351 352 353 354 355 14. PROFESSIONAL ADVICE; BROKER LIABILITY: Broker advises Buyer and Seller to verify Property condition, square footage, and all other facts and representations made pursuant to this Contract and to consult appropriate professionals for legal, tax, environmental, and other specialized advice concerning matters affecting the Property and the transaction contemplated by this Contract. Broker represents to Buyer that Broker does not reside on the Property and that all representations (oral, written or otherwise) by Broker are based on Seller representations or public records. BUYER AGREES TO RELY SOLELY ON SELLER, PROFESSIONAL INSPECTORS AND GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES FOR VERIFICATION OF PROPERTY CONDITION, SQUARE FOOTAGE AND FACTS THAT MATERIALLY AFFECT PROPERTY VALUE AND NOT ON THE REPRESENTATIONS (ORAL, WRITTEN OR OTHERWISE) OF BROKER. Buyer and Seller (individually, the “Indemnifying Party”) each individually indemnifies, holds harmless, and releases Broker and Broker’s officers, directors, agents and employees from all liability for loss or damage, including all costs and expenses, and reasonable attorney’s fees at all levels, suffered or incurred by Broker and Broker’s officers, directors, agents and employees in connection with or arising from claims, demands or causes of action instituted by Buyer or Seller based on: (i) inaccuracy of information provided by the Indemnifying Party or from public records; (ii) Indemnifying Party’s misstatement(s) or failure to perform contractual obligations; (iii) Broker’s performance, at Indemnifying Party’s request, of any task beyond the scope of services regulated by Chapter 475, F.S., as amended, including Broker’s referral, recommendation or retention of any vendor for, or on behalf of Indemnifying Party; (iv) products or services provided by any such vendor for, or on behalf of, Indemnifying Party; and (v) expenses incurred by any such vendor. Buyer and Seller each assumes full responsibility for selecting and compensating their respective vendors and paying their other costs under this Contract whether or not this transaction closes. This Paragraph 14 will not relieve Broker of statutory obligations under Chapter 475, F.S., as amended. For purposes of this Paragraph 14, Broker will be treated as a party to this Contract. This Paragraph 14 shall survive Closing or termination of this Contract. 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 delivered out of escrow. If a licensed real estate broker, Agent will comply with provisions of Chapter 475, F.S., as amended and FREC rules to timely resolve escrow disputes through mediation, arbitration, interpleader or an escrow disbursement order. 347 348 349 Serial#: 020262-400137-8242695 STANDARDS FOR REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS (“STANDARDS”) Buyer’s Initials _________ __________ Page 8 of 12 Seller’s Initials __________ __________ FloridaRealtors/FloridaBar-2 Rev.8/13 © 2013 Florida Realtors and The Florida Bar. All rights reserved. 423 424 425 426 (ii) TITLE EXAMINATION: Buyer shall have 5 days after receipt of Title Commitment to examine it and notify Seller in writing specifying defect(s), if any, that render title unmarketable. If Seller provides Title Commitment and it is delivered to Buyer less than 5 days prior to Closing Date, Buyer may extend Closing for up to 5 days after date of receipt to examine same in accordance with this STANDARD A. Seller shall have 30 days (“Cure Period”) after receipt of Buyer’s notice to take reasonable diligent efforts to remove defects. If Buyer fails to so notify Seller, Buyer shall be deemed to have accepted title as it then is. If Seller cures defects within Cure Period, Seller will deliver written notice to Buyer (with proof of cure acceptable to Buyer and Buyer’s attorney) and the parties will close this Contract on Closing Date (or if Closing Date has passed, within 10 days after Buyer’s receipt of Seller’s notice). If Seller is unable to cure defects within Cure Period, then Buyer may, within 5 days after expiration of Cure Period, deliver written notice to Seller: (a) extending Cure Period for a specified period not to exceed 120 days within which Seller shall continue to use reasonable diligent effort to remove or cure the defects (“Extended Cure Period”); or (b) electing to accept title with existing defects and close this Contract on Closing Date (or if Closing Date has passed, within the earlier of 10 days after end of Extended Cure Period or Buyer’s receipt of Seller’s notice), or (c) electing to terminate this Contract and receive a refund of the Deposit, thereby releasing Buyer and Seller from all further obligations under this Contract. If after reasonable diligent effort, Seller is unable to timely cure defects, and Buyer does not waive the defects, this Contract shall terminate, and Buyer shall receive a refund of the Deposit, thereby releasing Buyer and Seller from all further obligations under this Contract. 427 428 429 430 431 432 433 434 435 436 437 438 439 440 441 442 443 B. SURVEY: If Survey discloses encroachments on the Real Property or that improvements located thereon encroach on setback lines, easements, or lands of others, or violate any restrictions, covenants, or applicable governmental regulations described in STANDARD A (i)(a), (b) or (d) above, Buyer shall deliver written notice of such matters, together with a copy of Survey, to Seller within 5 days after Buyer’s receipt of Survey, but no later than Closing. If Buyer timely delivers such notice and Survey to Seller, such matters identified in the notice and Survey shall constitute a title defect, subject to cure obligations of STANDARD A above. If Seller has delivered a prior survey, Seller shall, at Buyer’s request, execute an affidavit of “no change” to the Real Property since the preparation of such prior survey, to the extent the affirmations therein are true and correct. 444 445 446 447 448 449 450 451 C. INGRESS AND EGRESS: Seller represents that there is ingress and egress to the Real Property and title to the Real Property is insurable in accordance with STANDARD A without exception for lack of legal right of access. 452 453 D. LEASE INFORMATION: Seller shall, at least 10 days prior to Closing, furnish to Buyer estoppel letters from tenant(s)/occupant(s) specifying nature and duration of occupancy, rental rates, advanced rent and security deposits paid by tenant(s) or occupant(s)(“Estoppel Letter(s)”). If Seller is unable to obtain such Estoppel Letter(s), the same information shall be furnished by Seller to Buyer within that time period in the form of a Seller’s affidavit, and Buyer may thereafter contact tenant(s) or occupant(s) to confirm such information. If Estoppel Letter(s) or Seller’s affidavit, if any, differ materially from Seller’s representations and lease(s) provided pursuant to Paragraph 6, or if tenant(s)/occupant(s) fail or refuse to confirm Seller’s affidavit, Buyer may deliver written notice to Seller within 5 days after receipt of such information, but no later than 5 days prior to Closing Date, terminating this Contract and receive a refund of the Deposit, thereby releasing Buyer and Seller from all further obligations under this Contract. Seller shall, at Closing, deliver and assign all leases to Buyer who shall assume Seller’s obligations thereunder. 454 455 456 457 458 459 460 461 462 463 E. LIENS: Seller shall furnish to Buyer at Closing an affidavit attesting (i) to the absence of any financing statement, claims of lien or potential lienors known to Seller and (ii) that there have been no improvements or repairs to the Real 464 465 ® 18. STANDARDS: 411 A. TITLE: 412 (i) TITLE EVIDENCE; RESTRICTIONS; EASEMENTS; LIMITATIONS: Within the time period provided in Paragraph 9(c), the Title Commitment, with legible copies of instruments listed as exceptions attached thereto, shall be issued and delivered to Buyer. The Title Commitment shall set forth those matters to be discharged by Seller at or before Closing and shall provide that, upon recording of the deed to Buyer, an owner’s policy of title insurance in the amount of the Purchase Price, shall be issued to Buyer insuring Buyer’s marketable title to the Real Property, subject only to the following matters: (a) comprehensive land use plans, zoning, and other land use restrictions, prohibitions and requirements imposed by governmental authority; (b) restrictions and matters appearing on the Plat or otherwise common to the subdivision; (c) outstanding oil, gas and mineral rights of record without right of entry; (d) unplatted public utility easements of record (located contiguous to real property lines and not more than 10 feet in width as to rear or front lines and 7 1/2 feet in width as to side lines); (e) taxes for year of Closing and subsequent years; and (f) assumed mortgages and purchase money mortgages, if any (if additional items, attach addendum); provided, that, unless waived by Paragraph 12 (a), there exists at Closing no violation of the foregoing and none prevent use of the Property for RESIDENTIAL PURPOSES. 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