Jon 1 Posted October 7, 2011 Share Posted October 7, 2011 As sellers, we feel that we should have received a copy of the compromis de Vente to sign by now.It will be two weeks this Saturday since we verbally accepted an offer through the immobilier. We were told that the buyer wanted to move quickly.The diagnostiques were done and submitted by hand to the notaire a week past Wednesday by the immobilier. We were also told that finance was already in place.There are two notaires involved ie for buyer and seller. The buyer's notaire is located in another city.It is a good number of years ago since we bought, so cannot remember the time scale.Should we have received the C d V for signature by now? What is the norm?The immobilier said to contact the notaire, but as per standard practice, the notaire is not responding to our e-mail.Another immobilier with an interested client has contacted us, and said that they want to offer and can provide an immediate C d V.Should we be chasing this up? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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