Montana Purchase and Sale Agreement Form
This form is supposed to be used when buying or selling a property in Montana. The form comes in Adobe PDF and Microsoft Word.
BUY – SELL AGREEMENT
(Including Earnest Money Receipt)
The use of this form is for REALTOR® members only (members of the Montana Association of REALTORS®) and cannot be used by any other party for any purpose. Use of these forms by other parties may
result in legal action by the Montana Association of REALTORS®.
1 This Agreement stipulates the terms of sale of this property. Read carefully before signing.
2 This is a legally binding contract. If not understood, seek competent advice.
3 Montana, (date) , 4 ,
5 as joint tenants with rights of a survivorship, tenants in common, single in his/her own right,
6 Other (hereinafter called “Buyer“) agrees to purchase, and the
7 Seller agrees to sell the following described real property (hereinafter referred to as “Property“) commonly known
10 in the City of , County of , 11 Montana, legally described as:
. 15 TOGETHER with all interest of Seller in vacated streets and alleys adjacent thereto, all easements and other 16 appurtenances thereto, and all improvements thereon. All existing permanently installed fixtures and fittings that are 17 attached to the Property are included in the purchase price, such as electrical, plumbing and heating fixtures, wood, 18 pellet, or gas stoves, built-in appliances, screens, storm doors, storm windows, curtain rods and hardware, attached floor 19 coverings, T.V. antennas, satellite dish, hot tub, air cooler or conditioner, garage door openers and controls, fireplace
20 inserts, mailbox, and trees and shrubs and perennials attached to the Property, attached buildings or structures, unless 21 otherwise noted below:
26 PERSONAL PROPERTY: The following items of personal property, free of liens and without warranty of condition, 27 are included and shall be transferred by bill of sale:
32 LEASED/RENTED PERSONAL PROPERTY: The following personal property is leased/rented: water softener
33 water conditioner propane tank satellite dish satellite control alarm system other 34 .
35 Buyer is responsible for making arrangements concerning Buyer’s right to lease/rent said items and Seller makes no 36 representations or warranties concerning the transferability of said items or the assignment of any agreements relating 37 to the lease/rental of said items.
39 PURCHASE PRICE AND TERMS:
40 Total purchase price is U.S. Dollars 41 ($ ) payable as follows:
42 $ earnest money to be applied at closing.
43 $ as additional cash payment, payable on or before closing. 44 $ .00balance of the purchase price will be financed as follows:
Other Institutional Financing
Assumption of Existing Loans
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51 CLOSING DATE: The date of closing shall be (date) . The 52 parties may, by mutual agreement, close the transaction anticipated by this Agreement at any time prior to the date 53 specified. The Buyer and Seller will deposit with the closing agent all instruments and funds necessary to complete 54 the purchase in accordance with this Agreement.
56 POSSESSION: Seller shall deliver to Buyer possession of the property and allow occupancy:
57 when the closing agent is in receipt of all required, signed documents and all funds necessary for the purchase; OR
58 on the date of recording the deed or notice of purchaser’s interest, OR
59 60 Property shall be vacant unless otherwise agreed in writing. Seller shall provide keys and/or means to operate locks, 61 mailboxes, security systems, alarms, garage door opener(s), and Property Owner’s Association facilities, if applicable.
63 RECEIPT OF EARNEST MONEY: Buyer agrees to provide Earnest Money in the amount of 64 U.S. Dollars ($ ) as evidenced by Cash, 65 the receipt of which is acknowledged by the undersigned Broker/Salesperson; OR Check, the receipt of which is 66 acknowledged by the undersigned Broker/Salesperson; OR, 67 .
68 If Buyer fails to pay the Earnest Money as set forth above, Buyer will be in default of this Agreement and Seller shall be
69 entitled to immediately terminate this Agreement and declare any Earnest Money already paid by Buyer to be forfeited.
71 All parties to this transaction agree, unless otherwise provided herein, that the earnest monies will be deposited 72 pursuant to Montana Law OR within ( ) business days of the date all parties have signed the Agreement or 73 74 and such funds will be held in a trust account by . 75 Parties agree that interest accruing on earnest money, if any, while deposited shall be payable to: 76 .
77 If interest is payable to the Broker it is agreed that sums so paid are consideration for services rendered.
78 79 (Broker/Salesperson’s Printed Name and Phone Number) (Signature of Broker/Salesperson) 80 To be signed only if in actual receipt of Cash or Check.
82 The parties authorize the holder of the earnest money to forward to the closing agent, upon its request, all or any 83 portion of the earnest money required to complete the closing of the transaction.
85 FINANCING CONDITIONS AND OBLIGATIONS:
BUYER’S REPRESENTATION OF FUNDS: Buyer represents that they have sufficient funds for the down payment and closing costs to close this sale in accordance with this Agreement and are not relying upon any contingent source of such funds unless otherwise expressly set forth herein.
LOAN APPLICATION: If Buyer fails to make written application for financing and pay to the lender any required fees, apply for assumption of an existing loan or contract, or initiate any action required for completion of a contract for deed by 5:00 P.M. (Mountain Time) (date) Buyer will be in breach of this Agreement and Seller can exercise Seller’s remedies under this Agreement.
V.A. BUYERS: It is expressly agreed that, notwithstanding any other provisions of this contract, the Buyer shall not incur any penalty by forfeiture of earnest money or otherwise be obligated to complete the purchase of the Property if the contract purchase price or cost exceeds the reasonable value of the Property established by the Veteran’s Administration. The Buyer shall, however, have the privilege and option of proceeding with the consummation of this Agreement without regard to the amount of the reasonable value established by the Veteran’s Administration.
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F.H.A. BUYERS: In the event funds for the transaction anticipated by this Agreement are to be derived from an F.H.A. insured loan, it is expressly agreed that, notwithstanding any other provisions of this Agreement, the Buyer shall not be obligated to complete the purchase of the property described herein or to incur any penalty by forfeiture of earnest money deposits or otherwise, unless the Buyer has received a written statement issued by the Federal Housing Commissioner, Veteran’s Administration, or a Direct Endorsement lender setting forth the appraised value of the Property for mortgage insurance purposes of not less than the amount set forth in the APPRAISAL PROVISION section, which amount is incorporated herein by reference. The Buyer shall have the privilege and option of proceeding with the consummation of this Agreement without regard to the amount of the appraised valuation made by the Federal Housing Commissioner. The appraised valuation is arrived at to determine the maximum mortgage the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) will insure. HUD does not warrant the value nor the condition of the Property. The Buyer should satisfy himself/herself that the price and condition of the Property are acceptable.
115 DETECTION DEVICES: The Property is equipped with the following detection devices:
Carbon monoxide detector(s)
Other fire detection device(s):
121 PROPERTIES INSPECTIONS: The Buyer is aware that any Brokerage Firm(s) and Salespersons involved in the
122 transaction anticipated by this Agreement have not conducted an expert inspection or analysis of the Property or its
123 condition and make no representations to the Buyer as to its condition, do not assure that the house and/or buildings
124 will be satisfactory to the Buyer in all respects, that all equipment will operate properly or that the Property and/or
125 improvements comply with current building and zoning codes and ARE NOT building inspectors, building contractors,
126 structural engineers, electricians, plumbers, sanitarians, septic or cesspool experts, well drillers or well experts, land
127 surveyors, civil engineers, flood plain or water drainage experts, roofing contractors or roofing experts, accountants,
128 attorneys, or title examiners, or experts in identifying hazardous waste and/or toxic materials.
130 CONTINGENCIES: The contingencies set forth in this Agreement or on attached addenda shall be deemed to have
131 been released, waived, or satisfied, and the Agreement shall continue to closing, unless, by 5:00 p.m. (Mountain
132 Time) on the date specified for each contingency, the party requesting that contingency has notified the other party or
133 the other party’s Broker/Salesperson in writing that the contingency is not released, waived, or satisfied. If a party has
134 notified the other party on or before the release date that a contingency is not released, waived, or satisfied, this
135 Agreement is terminated, and the earnest money will be returned to the Buyer, unless the parties negotiate other
136 terms or provisions.
This Agreement is contingent upon Buyer’s acceptance of the Property conditions identified through any inspections or advice requested below. Buyer agrees to acquire, at Buyer’s own expense, independent inspections or advice from qualified inspectors or advisors of the Buyer’s choice. Buyer agrees that any investigations or inspections undertaken by Buyer or on his/her behalf shall not damage or destroy the property, without the prior written consent of Seller. Further, Buyer agrees to return the property to its original condition and to indemnify Seller from any damage or destruction to the property caused by the Buyer’s investigations or inspections, if Buyer does not purchase the property.
Seller’s Property Disclosure Roof Inspection Structural/Foundation Inspection Electrical Inspection
Review and Approval of Protective Covenants
Flood Plain Determination Water Sample Test
Septic or Cesspool Inspection Mineral Rights Search
Heating, ventilation, cooling system – Inspection Radon
Wood Stove/Fireplace Inspection Asbestos
Pest/Rodent Inspection Wild Fire Risk Well Inspection for condition of Well and Quantity of Water Legal Advice
Accounting Advice Toxic Waste/Hazardous Material
Survey or Corner Pins located Underground Storage Tanks
Access to Property Sanitary Approval/Septic permit
Verification of # of code compliant bedrooms Mold
Verification of square footage of improvements Verification of lot size
Unless Buyer delivers written notice of Buyer’s disapproval of the Property conditions on or before (date)
166 , this contingency shall be of no further force or effect. If Buyer disapproves of
the property condition, Buyer shall deliver written notice to the Seller or the Seller’s Broker/Salesperson on or before the date specified above, together with a copy of that portion of the inspection or report upon which the disapproval is based. Buyer shall also state whether Buyer elects to immediately terminate the Agreement or negotiate a resolution of the conditions noted. If Buyer elects to negotiate a resolution of the conditions noted, the notice must contain all of Buyer’s objections and requested remedies. If the parties enter into a written agreement in satisfaction of the conditions noted, this contingency shall be of no further force or effect. If the parties cannot come to written agreement in satisfaction of the conditions noted or if the Buyer does not withdraw, in writing, his/her disapproval of the condition noted, on or before (date) , the earnest money shall be returned to the Buyer, and the agreement then terminated.
This Agreement is contingent upon Buyer obtaining the financing specified in the section of this Agreement entitled “PURCHASE PRICE AND TERMS“. If financing cannot be obtained by the Time for Completion (defined below), this Agreement is terminated and the earnest money will be refunded to the Buyer. If third-party financing of a type specified herein is required by the terms of this Agreement (including assumptions, contracts for deed, and lender financing) the closing shall occur on the date specified or as soon thereafter as financing is completed, but no later days after the stated closing date (the “Time for Completion“); OR
This Agreement is contingent upon the Buyer obtaining financing for the Property on terms acceptable to Buyer. Release Date: .
Property must appraise for at least ($ ). If the Property does not appraise for at least the specified amount, this Agreement is terminated and earnest money refunded to the Buyer unless the Buyer elects to proceed with closing this Agreement without regard to appraised value. Written notice of Buyer’s election to proceed shall be given to Seller or Seller’s Broker/Salesperson within days of Buyer or Buyer’s Broker/Salesperson receiving notice of appraised value; OR
Property must appraise for at least ($ ). Release Date: .
TITLE CONTINGENCY: This Agreement is contingent upon Buyer’s receipt and approval (to Buyer’s satisfaction) of the preliminary title commitment. Release Date: days from Buyer’s or Buyer’s representative’s receipt of preliminary title commitment.
INSURANCE CONTINGENCY: This Agreement is contingent upon Buyer’s ability to acquire, at a rate acceptable to the Buyer, hazard insurance on the property. Release Date: .
This Agreement is contingent upon
210 This Agreement is contingent upon
217 ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS:
240 CONVEYANCE: The Seller shall convey the Property by deed, free of
241 all liens and encumbrances except those described in the preliminary title commitment, as approved by the Buyer.
243 MANUFACTURED HOME(S): If a MANUFACTURED HOME is included in the sale of this Property, title will be 244 conveyed at time of closing. Year Make/Model
245 Serial Number Title Number
247 WATER: All water, including surface water or ground water, any legal entitlement to water, including statements of
248 claim, certificates of water rights, permits to appropriate water, exempt existing rights, decreed basins or any ditches,
249 ditch rights, or ditch easements appurtenant to and/or used in connection with the Property are included with the
250 Property, except
252 Filing or transfer fees will be paid by Seller, Buyer, split equally between Buyer and Seller.
253 Documents for transfer will be prepared by .
255 WATER RIGHT OWNERSHIP UPDATE DISCLOSURE: By Montana law, failure of the parties at closing or transfer
256 of real property to pay the required fee to the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation for
257 updating water right ownership may result in the transferee of the property being subject to a penalty. Additionally, in
258 the case of water rights being exempted, severed, or divided, the failure of the parties to comply with section 85-2-424,
259 MCA, could result in a penalty against the transferee and rejection of the deed for recording.
261 CLOSING AGENTS FEES: Closing agents fee will be paid by Seller Buyer Equally Shared.
263 TITLE INSURANCE: Seller, at Seller’s expense and from a title insurance company chosen by Seller, shall furnish
264 Buyer with an ALTA Standard Coverage Owners Title Insurance Policy (as evidenced by a standard form American
265 Land Title Association title insurance commitment) in an amount equal to the purchase price. Buyer may purchase
266 additional owner’s title insurance coverage in the form of “Extended Coverage“, “Enhanced Coverage“ for an additional
267 cost to the buyer. It is recommended that buyer obtain details from a title company.
269 CONDITION OF TITLE: All mortgages, judgments and liens shall be paid or satisfied by the Seller at or prior to
270 closing unless otherwise provided herein. Seller agrees that no additional encumbrances, restrictions, easements
271 or other adverse title conditions will be placed against the title to the Property subsequent to the effective date of
272 the preliminary title commitment approved by the Buyer.
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SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS: All Special Improvement Districts (including rural SIDs), including those that have been noticed to Seller by City/County but not yet spread or currently assessed, will be:
paid off by Seller at closing;
assumed by Buyer at closing; OR
All perpetual SIDs shall be assumed by Buyer.
ASSOCIATION SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS: Any special or non-recurring assessments of any non-governmental association, including those that have been approved but not yet billed or assessed, will be:
paid off by Seller at closing;
assumed by Buyer at closing; OR
PRORATION OF TAXES AND ASSESSMENTS: Seller and Buyer agree to prorate taxes, Special Improvement District assessments for the current tax year, as well as prepaid rents, water and sewer system charges, heating fuel and tank rental, irrigation assessments, Homeowner’s Association dues and/or common maintenance fees, as of the date of closing unless otherwise agreed as set forth in the additional provisions.
CONDITION OF PROPERTY: Seller agrees that the Property shall be in the same condition, normal wear and tear excepted, from the date of the execution of this Agreement up to the time Buyer takes possession of the Property. Seller agrees to leave the Property in broom clean or better condition and allow Buyer a walk-through inspection of said Property prior to closing to insure that all appurtenances and appliances included in the sale remain on the Property.
NOXIOUS WEEDS DISCLOSURE: Buyers of property in the State of Montana should be aware that some properties contain noxious weeds. The laws of the State of Montana require owners of property within this state to control, and to the extent possible, eradicate noxious weeds. For information concerning noxious weeds and your obligations as an owner of property, contact either your local County extension agent or Weed Control Board.
MEGAN’S LAW DISCLOSURE: Pursuant to the provisions of Title 46, Chapter 23, Part 5 of the Montana Code Annotated, certain individuals are required to register their address with the local law enforcement agencies as part of Montana’s Sexual and Violent Offender Registration Act. In some communities, law enforcement offices will make the information concerning registered offenders available to the public. If you desire further information please contact the local County Sheriff’s office, the Montana Department of Justice, in Helena, Montana, and/or the probation officers assigned to the area.
RADON DISCLOSURE STATEMENT: The following disclosure is given pursuant to the Montana Radon Control Act, Montana Code Annotated Section 75-3-606. RADON GAS: RADON IS A NATURALLY OCCURRING RADIOACTIVE GAS THAT, WHEN IT HAS ACCUMULATED IN A BUILDING IN SUFFICIENT QUANTITIES, MAY PRESENT HEALTH RISKS TO PERSONS WHO ARE EXPOSED TO IT OVER TIME. LEVELS OF RADON THAT EXCEED FEDERAL GUIDELINES HAVE BEEN FOUND IN BUILDINGS IN MONTANA. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING RADON AND RADON TESTING MAY BE OBTAINED FROM YOUR COUNTY OR
STATE PUBLIC HEALTH UNIT. If the Property has been tested for radon, the Seller will provide a copy of the test results concurrent with an executed copy of this Agreement. If the property has received radon mitigation treatment, the Seller will provide the evidence of the mitigation treatment concurrent with an executed copy of this Agreement.
NEWLY CONSTRUCTED RESIDENCE: If this Agreement is for the sale of a newly constructed residence that has not been previously occupied and the Seller is the builder or a developer who built or had the residence built for the purpose of resale, the Seller shall provide the following to the Buyer prior to closing:
323 (1) A statement of all inspections and tests that were performed prior to, during, or upon completion of
construction of the residence; and
(2) An express warranty that is valid for a period of at least 1 year from the date of the sale of the residence that will provide detailed descriptions of those components that are included or excluded from the warranty, the length of the warranty, and any specialty warranty provisions or time periods relating to certain components. The warranty provisions must also clearly set forth the requirements that must be adhered to by the Buyer, including the time and method for reporting warranty claims, in order for the warranty provision to become applicable.
331 BUYER’S REMEDIES:
332 (A) If the Seller fails to accept the offer contained in this Agreement within the time period provided in the
333 BUYER’S COMMITMENT section, all earnest monies shall be returned to the Buyer.
334 (B) If the Seller accepts the offer contained in this Agreement, but refuses or neglects to consummate the
335 transaction anticipated by this Agreement within the time period provided in this Agreement, the Buyer may:
(1) Demand immediate repayment of all monies that Buyer has paid as earnest money, and upon the return of such money, the rights and duties of Buyer and Seller under this Agreement shall be terminated;
338 OR (2) Demand that Seller specifically perform Seller’s obligation under this Agreement;
339 OR (3) Demand monetary damages from Seller for Seller’s failure to perform the terms of this Agreement.
341 SELLER’S REMEDIES:
342 If the Seller accepts the offer contained in this Agreement and Buyer refuses or neglects to consummate the
343 transaction anticipated by this Agreement within the time period provided in this Agreement, the Seller may:
344 (1) Declare the earnest money paid by Buyer be forfeited;
345 OR (2) Demand that Buyer specifically perform Buyer’s duties and obligations under this Agreement;
346 OR (3) Demand that Buyer pay monetary damages for Buyer’s failure to perform the terms of this Agreement.
348 BUYER’S AND SELLER’S CERTIFICATION: By entering into this Agreement, each person or persons executing
349 this Agreement, as Buyer or Seller, represents that he/she is eighteen (18) years of age or older, of sound mind,
350 and legally competent to own or transfer real property in the State of Montana; and, if acting on behalf of a
351 corporation, partnership, or other non-human entity, that he/she is duly authorized to enter into this Agreement on
352 behalf of such entity.
354 FOREIGN PERSON OR ENTITY: Section 1445 of the Internal Revenue Code provides that a Buyer of a U.S. real
355 property interest may be required to withhold tax if the Seller is a foreign person. Sellers acknowledge and agree that
356 unless the purchase price of the Property does not exceed $300,000 and Buyer is purchasing the Property for use by
357 Buyer as a personal residence, Sellers shall deliver to Buyer a certificate of non-foreign status and any other
358 certificate, affidavit, or statement as may be necessary to meet the requirements of Section 1445 of the Internal
359 Revenue Code, in a form reasonably acceptable to Buyer and/or Buyer’s attorney. In the event Sellers do not deliver
360 said documents to Buyer at or before closing, Sellers acknowledge and agree that Buyer or the closing agent may
361 withhold ten percent (10%) of the Purchase Price and submit this amount to the Internal Revenue Service, pursuant to
362 Section 1445 of the Internal Revenue Code.
364 CONSENT TO DISCLOSE INFORMATION: Buyer and Seller hereby consent to the procurement and disclosure
365 by Buyer, Seller, and Salespersons and their attorneys, agent, and other parties having interests essential to this
366 Agreement, of any and all information reasonably necessary to consummate the transaction anticipated by this
367 Agreement, specifically including access to escrows for review of contracts, deeds, trust indentures, or similar
368 documents concerning this property or underlying obligations pertaining thereto.
370 RISK OF LOSS: All loss or damage to any of the above-described Property or personal property to any cause is
371 assumed by Seller through the time of closing unless otherwise specified.
373 TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE: Time is of the essence as to the terms and provisions of this Agreement.
375 BINDING EFFECT AND NON-ASSIGNABILITY: The Agreement is binding upon the heirs, successors and
376 assigns of each of the parties hereto; however, Buyer’s rights under this Agreement are not assignable without the
377 Seller’s express written consent.
379 ATTORNEY FEE: In any action brought by the Buyer or the Seller to enforce any of the terms of this Agreement,
380 the prevailing party in such action shall be entitled to such reasonable attorney fees as the court or arbitrator shall
381 determine just.
383 COMMISSION: The Seller’s and/or Buyer’s commitment to pay a commission in connection with the transaction
384 anticipated by this Agreement is an integral part of this Agreement.
386 FACSIMILE: The parties agree that a facsimile copy of this Agreement to Sell and Purchase which contains the
387 parties’ signatures may be used as the original.
388 ENTIRE AGREEMENT: This Agreement, together with any attached exhibits and any addenda or amendments
389 signed by the parties, shall constitute the entire agreement between Seller and Buyer, and supersedes any other
390 written or oral agreements between Seller and Buyer. This Agreement can be modified only in writing, signed by
391 the Seller and Buyer.
393 COUNTERPARTS: A copy of this Agreement may be executed by each individual/entity separately, and when
394 each has executed a copy thereof, such copies, taken together, shall be deemed to be a full and complete
395 Agreement between the parties.
397 EARNEST MONEY DISPUTES: Buyer and Seller agree that, in the event of any controversy regarding the
398 earnest money and things of value held by the Broker, closing agent, or any person or entity holding such money or
399 property, unless mutual written instructions are received by the holder of the earnest money and things of value,
400 Broker or closing agent shall not be required to take any action, but may await any proceedings, or, at Broker’s or
401 closing agent’s option and sole discretion, may interplead all parties and deposit any monies or things of value in a
402 Court of competent jurisdiction and may utilize as much of the earnest money deposit as may be necessary to
403 advance the cost and fees required for filing such action.
405 ADDENDA AND/OR DISCLOSURES ATTACHED: (check all that apply):
Lead Based Paint Disclosure Sale of Buyer’s Property
Addendum for Additional Provisions 1031 Tax Deferred Exchange
Back-up Offer Multi-Family Disclosure
Mold Disclosure Water Rights Acknowledgement
412 RELATIONSHIP CONFIRMATION: The parties to this Agreement confirm that the real estate licensees’ identified
413 hereafter have been involved in the capacities indicated below and the parties have previously received the
414 required statutory disclosures setting forth the licensees duties and the limits of their obligations to each party:
416 (name of licensee) (name of Brokerage company)
417 is acting as Seller’s Agent/Salesperson Dual Agent/Salesperson Statutory Broker.
420 (name of licensee) (name of Brokerage company)
421 is acting as Buyer’s Agent/Salesperson Dual Agent/Salesperson Statutory Broker;
422 Seller’s Agent/Salesperson (includes Seller’s Sub-Agent or Salesperson).
424 BUYER’S ACKNOWLEDGMENT: Buyer acknowledges that prior verbal representations by the Seller or Seller’s
425 representatives do not modify or affect this Agreement. Buyer acknowledges that by signing this Agreement
426 he/she has examined the subject real and personal Property; has entered into this Agreement in full reliance upon
427 his/her independent investigation and judgments; and has read and understood this entire Agreement.
429 BUYER’S COMMITMENT: I/We agree to purchase the above-described Property on the terms and conditions set
430 forth in the above offer and grant to said Salesperson until (date) , at
■ am pm
431 (Mountain Time) to secure Seller’s written acceptance, whether or not that deadline falls on a Saturday, Sunday or
432 holiday. Buyer may withdraw this offer at any time prior to Buyer being notified of Seller’s written acceptance. If Seller
433 has not accepted by the time specified, this offer is automatically withdrawn.
435 The parties hereto, all agree that the transaction contemplated by this document may be conducted by electronic
436 means in accordance with the Montana Uniform Electronic Transaction Act.
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437 I/WE HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGE receipt of a copy of this Agreement bearing my/our signature(s).
439 Buyer’s Address: City ,
441 State , Zip Code Phone Number
443 Buyer’s Name Printed:
445 Dated this , at
am pm (Mountain Time).
449 (Buyer’s Signature) (Buyer’s Signature)
452 OFFER PRESENTATION: This offer was presented to the Seller(s) on
454 Date: Time am pm By:
455 (Signature of person presenting the offer)
457 SELLER’S COMMITMENT: I/We agree to sell and convey to Buyer the above-described Property on the terms
458 and conditions herein above stated. I/We acknowledge receipt of a copy of this Agreement bearing my/our
459 signature(s) and that of the Buyer(s) named above.
461 Seller’s Address: City ,
463 State , Zip Code Phone Number
465 Seller’s Name Printed:
467 Dated this , at
471 (Seller’s Signature)
473 ACTION TAKEN, IF OTHER THAN ACCEPTANCE:
am pm (Mountain Time).
Rejected by Seller / /
Seller’s Initials Date
Modified per Attached Counter / /
Seller’s Initials Date
NOTE: Unless otherwise expressly stated the term “Days” means calendar days and not business days. Business days are defined as all days as except Sundays and holidays. Any performance which is required to be completed on a Saturday, Sunday or a holiday can be performed on the next business day.
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