Even a lender can help you with this one... lol.
It is ENTIRELY going to depend on what your purchase/sale contract said. If it indicates transaction is contingent on PASSING the inspection and fixing the repairs, then you are in good shape.
If you used a realtor, then consult with that person to decipher language. If not, you will need to decide if an attorney is needed. If so, I recommend Mart McCune at Scottsdale Law Group (they cover entire State of Arizona, with many clients in Tucson). Marty can be reached at 480-478-0709, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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