You and the buyer should have both signed a cancellation or termination agreement and gotten copies. If you did, then you should be alright.
But that's also based off of your question and not knowing all of the facts, seeing the agreements, etc.
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Philadelphia, PA 19152
this is based on what you are telling us and not what the sales agreement or the cancellation agreements says and whether it is fully executed. If in doubt talk to a real estate attorney. I am assuming you are not working with a Realtor, so make sure with a real estate attorney.
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