C.A.R. purchase agreement has following paragraph that has a checkbox next to it:
C. REMOVAL OF CONTINGENCIES WITH OFFER: Buyer removes the contingencies specified in the attached Contingency Removal form (C.A.R. Form CR). If Buyer removes any contingency without an adequate understanding of the Property's condition or Buyer's ability to purchase, Buyer is acting against the advice of Broker.
If my understanding is correct then whenever that checkbox is marked then together with purchase agreement there MUST be a Form CR that explicitly lists what kind of contingencies are removed at the time of making offer?
In other words if form CR attached to purchase agreement would have "ALL Buyer contingencies are removed EXCEPT ... Other [marked] home inspection contingency" then buyer could still get out of contract under inspection contingency?