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Answered 1 week ago by Michael D. Siegel
It depends where you are in the process, and what the acquisition documents state. These deals are not usually done deals until closing.
Answered 3 months ago by Michael D. Siegel
It depends on your agreement with the broker. If you have a standard agreement, the answer is usually no.
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