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Magnet can, like any object with a mass, exert gravity force on different objects, regardless of their magnetic properties. Same goes for electric force if magnet is charged and mechanical force. The latter can be easily observed when a magnet falls on somebody's foot (which is, in most cases, non-magnetic).
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