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Subject to Financing Clause

Definition

A condition added to a contract for sale that makes completion of the sale contingent upon the buyer’s ability to obtain satisfactory financing within a specified time frame. A subject to financing clause imposes upon the buyer an implied obligation to make a reasonable and good faith effort to satisfy the condition by obtaining the requisite financing.

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