When purchasing a new survey, what should Buyer know and consider? 3-9-17

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almost 3 years agoMarch 10, 2017
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almost 3 years agoMarch 11, 2017
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almost 3 years agoMarch 12, 2017
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almost 3 years agoMarch 14, 2017
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Dennis Stanley
over 2 years agoMarch 20, 2017
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Paul Ward
over 2 years agoApril 5, 2017
How does 6d(ii) affect this?
Blair McCartney-Associate Counsel,Allegiance Title
over 2 years agoApril 7, 2017
Hi Paul, the time period for objection in 6D(ii) starts running from when Buyer "receives the Commitment, Exception Documents, and the survey." Since in 6C(2), Buyer "is deemed to receive the survey on the date of actual receipt or the date specified in this paragraph, whichever is earlier," the time period for objection in 6d(ii) could technically begin running and pass before Buyer ever ACTUALLY receives the survey.  This is because Buyer's "receipt" of the survey for 6D(ii) may be determined by the date of "deemed" receipt in 6C(2). Please let me know if you have further follow up questions on this- bmccartney@allegiancetitle.com.
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