If these conditions are met, the buyer acquires the full right to the property, even without reservation of contract or ownership, and the seller cannot assert any rights other than those expressly mentioned in the contract. 6) The revocation clause must be enforced by both parties with respect to the registered agreement. The purpose of the reRA order was to protect the interests of buyers and to create transparency in the sale/purchase of real estate. Due to the huge generation of dirty money in the real estate sector and many cases where builders have deceived real estate buyers, the abandonment of RERA has been an essential step. RERA has improved transparency and accountability in real estate and residential transactions. It has stimulated domestic and foreign investment in the real estate sector and strengthened and protected the right of homebuyers. The GPA/SA/WILL these are all part of the transaction of the sale, but these do not give the property to the buyer. What I found from above was that the concept of these documents was originally intended to assist buyers who were not able to give the full consideration at once, to their advantage, the GPA and SA had to be executed. There is another important document that is usually attached to the SA Receipt, it is what shows that the buyer has paid a certain amount regarding the property. Now, these documents will only create their right to a certain extent when there is a buyer committed a fraud can claim the amount he paid for the property. 2.
If so, send the other party a letter of retraction informing them that this agreement is void for non-compliance with the terms, 1. Why were there two written agreements? Were they executed on the same day? Documents brought to the nonexistence to help buyers, people began to abuse these documents to trick people that it creates titles on the property. That is why many cases had been brought before the court. It should be noted that in many cases there is a long chain of sales agreements, GPA and WILL, just to create confusion for the buyer and conceal the principal owner of the property. Under the Indian Registration Act of 1908, any interest transfer agreement must be registered on property worth more than 100 rupees. Therefore, if you purchased a property for sale as part of an agreement without a good state of sale, you will not receive any right or interest in the property that would be transferred under the sale contract.