This means the absolute transfer of material by the seller to the buyer by entering into a sales contract in which both parties govern the terms of the transfer. Such a transfer can be made by the registered document and, therefore, the delivery of the property can be made by transfer from the actual property to the property by the seller to the buyer or the person authorized by law. In the event of the sale of real estate, all legal rights, i.e. the rights to the facility, the rights of the beneficiaries, the rights and the interests in the property, are transferred by the seller for the benefit of the buyer. Before explaining the term “state of sale,” we need to define a “sales contract” that pre-eminent “SALE DEED” and protects the interests of the buyer and seller. A sales contract is a definitive written document on which the deed of transport is written, in which both parties settle certain conditions, i.e. that the seller intends to transfer/sell the property and that the buyer intends to acquire it. A sales contract must be executed by the seller and buyer on a non-judicial stamp and duly signed by both parties. It has legal value and can, if necessary, be brought before the courts. An agreement is a precondition for the sale of a property, with the buyer paying the seller a token amount in advance and the seller having to issue the receipt for the amount received. Remember here that both parties must respect the terms of the sale agreement.

Any party that does not comply with any of the terms of the agreement could be brought to justice if the other party so wishes. All parties involved should also ensure that this document can be used as legal evidence before the court of law and that all those who have agreed to comply with the conditions are required to do so. A purchase agreement is an agreement to sell a property in the future. This agreement sets out the conditions under which the property in question is transferred. In entering into a sales contract, the seller must declare all material defects of the property and property and it is the right and obligation of the buyer to verify the property before the acquisition of the property. There should be no fliux, that is, a punitive foot in court with respect to the property for sale.