However, a conditional acceptance is also a good time to add or modify other terms of the agreement, such as the delivery location or production of certain documents. For example, a buyer might be willing to accept the boat but conditioned only upon taking delivery of the boat offshore to avoid a state’s sales tax. Likewise, a detailed document list can also be important to a buyer: We prefer to have a seller’s document list attached to every purchase agreement. This is essentially a list of what documents the seller is required to produce prior to closing. Oftentimes, we do not get involved in a boat deal until after the surveys and sea trials are performed but before the agreed-upon accept/reject date within the contract. In such a case, we condition closing on the seller producing the documents in the list attached to the conditional acceptance. These documents include things like corporate records, various certificates and transcripts of the registry, which might be important to verify ownership and clear title of the vessel before closing.