The documents were signed on the more than $100 million deal for a large East Coast office building complex. The courier was hurrying them to the escrow agent. And then the lender got cold feet.

“They called the courier and made him turn around and return the documents,” said Stephen Cowan, the DLA Piper real estate partner who was advising the buyer on the deal last month.

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