You have a contract. The seller cannot cancel the contract except possibly for a claim of fraud; you can sue for breach but it may be more costly than not. Since you don't know why the seller isn't responding, ask the attorney to contact the sellers - which is the appropriate process. You're not entitled to their personal or contact information; you should absolutely NOT be asking the sellers for that information. Your role is the buyer. Stay in your lane. The attorney/title company is the intermediary between the parties once the contract is executed. It is their role to communicate with each party separately in preparation for closing. In my state, the seller chooses the title company. It could be that the sellers are not responding because they have no idea why you're continuing to contact them. Do yourself a favor and let the attorney step in...and then figure out what course to take if in fact there is an issue.
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