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There is a provision in a listing agreement
that states the following or something similar:
"This obligation of OWNER to pay compensation to BROKER shall also apply to any purchase, exchange or other conveyance of Property, within _________(_____) days after termination of this Exclusive Listing Contract
or any extension thereof, to anyone who, with the knowledge of OWNER or BROKER or any agent thereof, made inquiry about, inspected, or negotiated to purchase, exchange, or otherwise obtain title to said Property during the term of this Contract or any extension."
Be sure to review your listing agreement. Typically this is 90 to 120 days after termination. Absent such a provision, which would be very unusual it would be considered to be a "reasonable time". That can be argued based on the circumstances and then is left up to a judge, but again will usually be 90-120 days.
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