if a real estate contract does not have a closing date is it enforceable

Asked by Nick, Twinsburg, OH Sun Apr 20, 2008

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M R 330.338.…, Agent, Stow, OH
Wed Jul 30, 2014
I would seek legal advice. That does not make it void, but you may have issues if a party is trying to "back out" because of that type of typo.
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Christina Ca…, Agent, Washington Township, OH
Sun Apr 20, 2008
Contracts are different in each county. For example, here in Montgomery County if the tax proration is left blank it is assumed "short proration". If you are working with a Realtor, then I would definately ask them. If not, please let me know and I will refer you to an area specialist.

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David M. Chi…, Agent, Uniontown, OH
Sun Apr 20, 2008
That depends on the language of the rest of the contract. Why didn't it have a closing date when all contracts have closing language. Was the date left out for a reason and what was that reason? Your realtor or there's should have a reason and be able to answer that for you.
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