Pioneer 3-Day Cure Sheet

The following is a guideline as to when a Cure Period Notice would be deemed applicable, when using the 2011 AAR Residential Resale Purchase Contract.

Section Line(s)
1f 27-29 Should any addenda noted not be received at time of contract.
1g 40-45, 48 Should items not be same as noted on signed contract at COE.
2d 62-65 Should executed LSR not be attached at time of submitting offer to Seller for acceptance.
2f 69-71 Should loan documents not be signed by Buyer 3 days prior to COE.
4a 134-136 Should Seller not provide to Buyer within 5 days after contract acceptance.
4b 137-141 Should Seller not provide to Buyer within 5 days after contract acceptance.
4d 158-161 Should Seller not provide to Buyer within 5 days after contract acceptance.
6i 232-235 Written notice of items disapproved to Seller after expiration of Inspection Period.
6j 236-254 Item 2b-Seller has agreed to correct items but has failed to completely furnish receipts per contract.
6k 255-257 Written notice using BINSR form.

Calculating Time Periods

Section 8h, Line 353-354 & Section 8i, Lines 355-359 provide Cure Period calculation to be a 24-hour calendar day and the date of delivery notice does not count as the first day. The clock starts 12:01 a.m. next day after delivery. The last day of the period is included and ends at 11:59 p.m.


3-Day Cure Period Timeline

PTA 3 Day Cure Period Timeline

* Date that Signed Cure Period Notice is delivered to breaching party.

If Close of Escrow (COE) falls on a day when the Title Company and/or Recorder’s Office is closed, COE will be on the next day both are open.

If breaching party does not cure breach within three days, Pioneer Title Agency would then require a written instruction the following day from the non-breaching party to cancel the contract.