I disclosed new defects to the buyer along with a inspector's estimate after he removed the inspection contingency. He wants to bring in his inspectors to inspect these defects. The new defects occurred after the inspection period. What's the general rule in this case, do I have to let them in?
Specifically, the contract states "Buyer has the right to conduct Buyer investigations of the property and, as specified in paragraph 14B, based upon information discovered in those investigations:" cancel or ask for repairs.
14B states "Buyer has 17 days after acceptance, unless otherwise agreed in writing, to (i) complete all buyer investigations...(2) requests any repairs...(3) Buyer shall send removal of contingency...(4) Buyer retains right to remove all contingencies or cancel agreement".
But it also states that (also Part of 14B) "(5) Access to Property: Buyer shall have access to the Property to conduct inspections and investigations for 17 days (expired) after acceptance, whether or not any part of the Buyer's Investigation contingency has been waived or removed".
Overall, do I need to let the inspectors in?
Side Note: The buyer has 3 or 5 days, starting with the delivery of the new disclosures, to cancel but the agent (dual) says that the buyer is asking for an inspection 7 days later which is essentially waiving those 3 or 5 days, right?
Edit: Only thing I find regarding adding additional disclosures and what it means for seller and buyer if it helps. "If any disclosure or notice specified in paragraph 10A or subsequent or amended disclosure or notice is delivered to the Buyer after the offer is signed, Buyer shall have the right to cancel this Agreement within 3 days after delivery in person or 5 days after delivery by deposit in the mail...by giving written notice of cancellation to seller or seller's agent." Paragraph 10A just talks about the disclosures at the beginning of the sale like lead-based paint, natural hazards etc.
Edit 2: This is an old example contract I found online that is 99% similar to mine. Only difference is the numbering/order. https://mrdaymude.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/CA-Standard-Form-Purchase-Agreement.pdf