If there are fees more withdrawing the listing from listing services, then it would be fair to offer to pay for these fees. You may also want to discuss any other expenses incurred, such as advertisment and/or custtom signage. Talk to the broker and talk to an attorney, if warrannted. Hope this helps.
There is some gray area in Minnesota law about whether both parties have to sign the listing agreement. Minnesota Statute Chapter 82 covers this in more detail, but ultimately the listing agreement will be useless unless both parties are willing to sign the purchase agreement. In Minnesota it takes one married person to buy a property but becuase we are a marital assets state, it takes both parties to agree to sell the property. This provision however applies to the actual purchase agreement. I hope that helps.
I hope that helps.
Thanks, Todd Norsted