“Any sales contract that is not a registered promotion (nature of sale) would fall short of the provisions of section 54 and 55 of the Transfer of Ownership Act and would not confer ownership and would not transfer any right to purchase property (except for the limited right granted under Section 53A of the Transfer of Ownership Act).” 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. The Transfer of Ownership Act of 1882, which governs matters relating to the purchase and transfer of ownership, defines the sale contract or a sales contract as follows: If you have agreed with another party to transfer ownership of a property or other property, you are in the right place. It`s over the days when you write your contract in the back of a cocktail towel. Instead, to fully protect yourself, you need a written contract setting out the terms of the contract as well as the actual documents for the transfer of ownership. Our questionnaires will alert you to some issues that you may not have considered, but which are important to successfully complete the transaction. 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.

The sale contract may or may not lead to an effective sale of the property in question. Some stamp tax laws, such as the Maharashtra Stamp Act, consider that an agreement to sell a property on the same basis as a proper transport record, as well as a proper transport record, are subject to the same stamp duty as the one in force for the proper sale of a property.