I live in Utah and need to cancel my real estate purchase contract
Good morning. Typically it will depend upon the specific terms of your contract, and generally an email does suffice, but to be absolutely sure that the seller cant claim inadequate notice, I would send it by email and follow up with a written letter sent by certified mail so you have proof you sent it. mention in your email you are following up by written letter as well. I hope this has given you information that has been helpful to you. I wish you the best of luck!
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