Standard Agreement for the Sale of Real Estate (ASR)

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Contract for the sale of residential real estate containing the most commonly used clauses

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Revisions  Updated 07/2020 (View the redlined version) Updated 01/2020 Updated 07/2019 Updated 07/2018 Updated 06/2018 Updated 09/2016

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