Calculating the number of pages for your APS

November 30, 2015

Calculating the number of pages for your APS

Recently, Compliance Inspectors have noted that the number of pages on Part I of the Agreement of Purchase and Sale is often left blank or completed incorrectly. This number of pages line must amount to only the pages forming and attached to the agreement at the time it was written, which includes Part I, Part II and any attached schedules or addendums.

What isn’t included in this page number and does not form part of the Agreement of Purchase and Sale? Some examples are: a Counter Offer, Property Condition Disclosure Statement or a Transaction Brokerage Agreement.

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