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Yes, you absolutely have the right to terminate. The entire purpose of an inspection contingency is to examine the condition of the property and then present the issues to the seller. If the seller refuses to remediate the issues and/or you are not willing to waive them, then you have the right to terminate the contract with no recourse to you; i.e., you are entitled to a full refund of your deposit.
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