143advising each of them of the sale of the Property and, if applicable, the transfer of its contract, and any assignable warranties or
144guarantees received or held by Seller from any manufacturer, contractor, subcontractor, or material supplier in connection with
145the Property; current copies of the condominium documents, if applicable; assignments of leases, updated rent roll; tenant and
146lender estoppel letters; assignments of permits and licenses; corrective instruments; and letters notifying tenants of the change
147in ownership/rental agent. If any tenant refuses to execute an estoppel letter, Seller will certify that information regarding the
148tenant’s lease is correct. If Seller is a corporation, Seller will deliver a resolution of its Board of Directors authorizing the sale
149and delivery of the deed and certiﬁcation by the corporate Secretary certifying the resolution and setting forth facts showing the
150conveyance conforms to the requirements of local law. Seller will transfer security deposits to Buyer. Buyer will provide the
151closing statement, mortgages and notes, security agreements, and ﬁnancing statements.
152(d) Taxes and Prorations: Real estates taxes, personal property taxes on any tangible personal property, bond payments
153assumed by Buyer, interest, rents, association dues, insurance premiums acceptable to Buyer, and operating expenses will be
154prorated through the day before closing. If the amount of taxes for the current year cannot be ascertained, rates for the previous
155year will be used with due allowance being made for improvements and exemptions. Any tax proration based on an estimate
156will, at request of either party, be readjusted upon receipt of current year’s tax bill; this provision will survive closing.
157(e) Special Assessment Liens: Certiﬁed, conﬁrmed, and ratiﬁed special assessment liens as of the Closing Date will be paid
158by Seller. If a certiﬁed, conﬁrmed, or ratiﬁed special assessment is payable in installments, Seller will pay all installments due
159and payable on or before the Closing Date, with any installment for any period extending beyond the Closing Date prorated,
160and Buyer will assume all installments that become due and payable after the Closing Date. Buyer will be responsible for all
161assessments of any kind which become due and owing after Closing Date, unless an improvement is substantially completed as
162of Closing Date. If an improvement is substantially completed as of the Closing Date but has not resulted in a lien before closing,
163Seller will pay the amount of the last estimate of the assessment.
164(f) Foreign Investment In Real Property Tax Act (FIRPTA): If Seller is a “foreign person” as deﬁned by FIRPTA, Seller and
165Buyer agree to comply with Section 1445 of the Internal Revenue Code. Seller and Buyer will complete, execute, and deliver
166as directed any instrument, afﬁdavit, or statement reasonably necessary to comply with the FIRPTA requirements, including
167delivery of their respective federal taxpayer identiﬁcation numbers or Social Security Numbers to the closing agent. If Buyer
168does not pay sufﬁcient cash at closing to meet the withholding requirement, Seller will deliver to Buyer at closing the additional
169cash necessary to satisfy the requirement.
17010. ESCROW AGENT: Seller and Buyer authorize Escrow Agent (Agent) to receive, deposit, and hold funds and other property
171in escrow and, subject to collection, disburse them in accordance with the terms of this Contract. The parties agree that Agent
172will not be liable to any person for misdelivery of escrowed items to Seller or Buyer, unless the misdelivery is due to Agent’s willful
173breach of this Contract or gross negligence. If Agent has doubt as to Agent’s duties or obligations under this Contract, Agent may,
174at Agent’s option, (a) hold the escrowed items until the parties mutually agree to its disbursement or until a court of competent
175jurisdiction or arbitrator determines the rights of the parties or (b) deposit the escrowed items with the clerk of the court having
176jurisdiction over the matter and ﬁle an action in interpleader. Upon notifying the parties of such action, Agent will be released from
177all liability except for the duty to account for items previously delivered out of escrow. If Agent is a licensed real estate broker,
178Agent will comply with Chapter 475, Florida Statutes. In any suit in which Agent interpleads the escrowed items or is made a party
179because of acting as Agent hereunder, Agent will recover reasonable attorney’s fees and costs incurred, with these amounts to be
180paid from and out of the escrowed items and charged and awarded as court costs in favor of the prevailing party.
18512. RETURN OF DEPOSIT: Unless otherwise speciﬁed in the Contract, in the event any condition of this Contract is not met
186and Buyer has timely given any required notice regarding the condition having not been met, Buyer’s deposit will be returned in
187accordance with applicable Florida laws and regulations.
189(a) In the event the sale is not closed due to any default or failure on the part of Seller other than failure to make the title
190marketable after diligent effort, Buyer may either (1) receive a refund of Buyer’s deposit(s) or (2) seek speciﬁc performance. If
191Buyer elects a deposit refund, Seller will be liable to Broker for the full amount of the brokerage fee.
192(b) In the event the sale is not closed due to any default or failure on the part of Buyer, Seller may either (1) retain all deposit(s)
193paid or agreed to be paid by Buyer as agreed upon liquidated damages, consideration for the execution of this Contract, and
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