since you pose your question to a group of strangers you will get what you asked for FREE ADVICE. what is free advice worth? exactly what you paid for it. Nothing.
Philip J. Cunningham Sr.
V.I.P. Realty Corporation
7942 Bustleton Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19152 215-725-5700 X49
Since you are being represented by a Realtor and or Attorney?... I'm in no position to give advice but YOUR REALTOR better give YOU advice AND FAST!
All the Best John Curci RE/MAX
You're asking a legal question to Real Estate folks. Most of us aren't attorneys and the few that are would only give a very limited answer due to a lack of information. Unless someone reads your specific contracts and sees the receipts or unfulfilled requests it's hard to say.
I would say that if the seller did not comply with the terms of the contract, you can't be forced to buy the house. Your damages for not buying may be only what expenses you may have had since the inspection issues were agreed upon, but not completed, so I would be surprised if an attorney recommended you pursue that suit, but you will need to spend some time and maybe some money with an attorney to fully understand your options at this point, and I think it would be time and money well spent.
One last note, don't put this off. Seek out an attorney, preferably one recommended to you from you agent or the broker who deals with Real Estate in PA regularly and get on this immediately.