Ok sorry, it should be in the first paragraph where is state" ____________ ("Seller") hereby grants _________ ("Real Estate Firm"or "Firm") from the date hereof until midnigt of _____________ "(Listing Term")........ If not that is perplexing and I would be uncomfortable as a seller without an ending term for the listing.
That is strange to have that left blank, although I have seen it done before so a Realtor has grounds to argue they are entitled to a commission if the property sells. If it is not set forth in writing, the courts have determined that the term is for a "reasonable time". As you can imagine that could be argued to be a wide range. However, it typically would be 6 months. My standard advise to clients is never enter into an agreement with a Realtor for more then 6 months and if the market is hot, 3 is plenty.
I would contact the agent and let them know you need an end date or an agreed to date as without such there is ambiguity which may lead to issues down the road. Also you might want to mention that if no end date is listed, it could be considered an open listing, meaning you can go to different brokers at list the property. It just open an unnecessary bag of worms and should have an end date.
I hope this helps.
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