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Does the seller have to sign the Due Diligence Fee acknowledgment?

QUESTION: My broker-in-charge requires that I have every seller-client sign the acknowledgment form on the Offer to Purchase and Contract (Form 2-T) when I deliver a Due Diligence Fee. However, paragraph 21 of Form 2-T says that if any fee is given to an agent, then that counts as delivery to the party.

I do not understand why acceptance of the fee needs to be acknowledged twice. Should the seller sign the acknowledgment form if the listing agent has already signed the same form affirming that the Due Diligence Fee has been paid?
 

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