3) Do not download the sales file here, as a member of the public can access it when visiting this website, unless you have marked it privately The new draft contract makes the pricing method and final price as transparent as possible. Some of the important inclusions are:- This clause includes criminal procedure and sets the amount of money for non-compliance with the terms in the agreement. It is important to define the actions that constitute punishment. The actual address of the property, its sqft surface, amenities and other property-related details must be clearly stated. In addition, all original property documents must be transferred to the buyer in exchange for the transaction. There are three ways to measure the area of a property: Super Built-up, Built-up and Carpet Area. The first includes a proportional proportion of common facilities such as stairs, lobby, etc. in addition to the built-up area. The built-up area is the size of the accommodation, including the walls.
The carpet area is the actual size of the accommodation. There are separate paragraphs for each category of developers and buyers, contrary to current practice, where everything is usually left to the imagination. The following categories are clearly mentioned, because this concerns various aspects of the sale:- Once the sales contract is drawn up by the lawyer and the clauses are agreed by both parties, it must be executed by the following steps: The draft contract contains all documents that contain personal and tax identifiers such as the CIN number. (in the case of a company), number of Aadhaar and PAN, etc. by both parties in the agreement. In another, the new agreement provides for a number of guarantees by developers such as ongoing litigation and payment fees, illegal multiple sale of part of the property and HUF`s participation, etc. Due to the sudden rise in property/property prices especially in metro towns, many properties are being sued. These legal cases last for decades. Some of the most common reasons for litigation are the total value of transactions, which covers all aspects of the property, including parking lots, interiors and furniture, but without stamp duty and registration fee. In principle, this is the total amount that the buyer will give to the seller for the acquisition of the property. The agreement must be clear: in the event of a dispute arising from the agreement, the seller is responsible and is responsible for it. A sales contract is usually designed and signed after the buyer and seller have gone to bed and negotiated the terms of sale and the buyer has paid the amount of the disposable to the seller (also called First Deposit or Earnest Money).