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Following up on your response to my earlier question few

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Following up on your response to my earlier question few mins ago, i'd like the seller to confirm that he has really filed an IRS non-attachment request and also keep me regularly aware of all the progress being made by his CPA/lawyer, how can i force the seller to do that as part of thepurchase contract addendum?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Estate Law
Expert:  Richard replied 1 year ago.

Yes, absolutely, you can insist upon this. You have the leverage because he needs the extension to avoid being in default. So, you can include this obligation in the extension and he should have no objection to it as it's more than reasonable.