Seller and myself signed agreement that made transaction contingent upon me getting a bank loan. After putting deposit into escrow account, I couldn't get the loan so Seller sent me the Notice to Buyer to Perform. I responded in timely manner in writing and informed Seller that I wanted to cancel the contract and requested return of the deposit. Seller is refusing to sign the cancellation for the escrow to release the deposit to me because they are claiming that although I provided something in writing in regards to the cancellation in timely manner, my conduct indicated otherwise. Shouldn't I be entitled to the security deposit since I notified Seller of the Cancellation of contract in timely manner?My logic stems from the fact that the agreement clearly stated that the removal of the contingency needed to be in writing and I never produced anything in writing stating that the contingency could be removed an effectuate the agreement. In fact, I provided Seller with the written cancellation which clearly stated the opposite.