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Something that would be illegal in this state, where every written contract for purchase of real estate must be presented.

All offers have to be presented in CA too.

But if it's a multiple offer situation, as a seller if your offer seems to have too many contingencies I would ignore it and go with a different one.

(Although even with multiple offers here in SF area, financing contingency is normally part of them, which implicitly means it has to meet appraisal)
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