Asked by Matthew, Little Rock, AR • Tue May 6, 2008
seller that we would be making a counter of that counteroffer. The seller's agent then tells my agent that he received another offer. Because there was no revocation of the seller's original counteroffer, and it had not expired, we signed it and delivered it. Now the seller's agent says revocation of the seller's counter offer was implied. The only writing is a signed and executed counteroffer. I have a deal . . . right?
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