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Sale of House

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We sold our single home residence in Douglas County Omaha, Nebraska. On April 30th Omaha had hail in the area of our home. Our house was placed on the market on May 1 and an offer was accepted on May 3rd. The closing of the house was on May 30th. We had placed a claim in regards to possible hail damage to our insurance company on May 7 for an adjuster to come to the house. We informed the buyers of this. They had a whole house and VA inspection completed. Both inspections advised them to obtain a copy of the report from our adjuster. In closing nothing was written in regards to the roof, for a copy of the report, for funds received, etc. and the buyers accepted the house "as is". Repairs had been requested and we as sellers signed an agreement with the buyers for this to be compelted. The adjuster came to the house for the first time on June 1st and a check was received for approx. $2500.00 with a $1000.00 deductible. The buyers are requesting the funds. Are they entitled to receive these funds?

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