Any per diem charges are between the buyer and seller. You would need to consult your real estate agent regarding the terms of your sales contract.
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If your lender is the one delaying the closing, talk to them about paying it. If closing is delayed because you are missing some documentation, there's probably not much you can do.
Best of luck!
Your real estate agent, that is representing you in this transaction, is the best source of information for that question. The 2nd best source is the contract itself. If you signed a contract, agreeing to those terms, you are probably stuck living by the terms of the contract. A good Georgia real estate closing attorney would be another good source for answers. Good Luck!
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