3) It should be mentioned that the buyer must make the payment of the remuneration of the remains within 3 months. In the event that the buyer cannot make the payment within 3 months, the money paid expires and agrees that there was a reason to include this provision and the reason for this is that there were certain documents that did not make a more significant difference with regard to the rights, titles or interest on the real estate, Whether it is registered or not. Thus, those documents were classified in the category referred to in Article 17(2) as not necessarily registrable. A contract of sale is a promise in the future that the property will be transferred to the rightful owner, while the deed of sale is the actual transfer of ownership to the buyer. It is also specified that documents that were exported on the day or after the entry into force of the Registration Act and other related laws, such as the Amending Act 2001, must be registered compulsorily. Section 17 of the Registration Act 1908 clearly states that all documents containing contracts for the transfer of immovable property such as land, buildings, hereditary allowances, fishing, ferries, lights, the extended right of Section 53A of the Transfer Of Property Act must be registered. To simplify this, we can say that an unreg registered agreement is not valid proof of entitlement to real estate. Yes, there are some advantages and disadvantages when concluding a contract for the sale of real estate, but you can take some precautions while concluding an agreement by mentioning clauses of cretine, namely that the time is necessary for the contract, if the buyer does not pay the remaining counter-performance within the time allowed, then the amount of Token Advance that he has already paid expires and the contract can be cancelled by a press release 1995, 1995. The limitation period for a sales contract can last more than 3 years, as set out in the Specific Relief Act. If the buyer wishes to pursue the property under cover of the agreement, he can do so. However, they have the option of terminating the contract. It is best to insist on full payment and register. Therefore, we can affirm that the provisions of the RERA Act 2016 only take precedence over the Registration Act 2016 with regard to the sales agreement.
There is no savings/deeming provision in the law that takes into account the fate of the unregistered ATS in question, made before May 1, 2017. In deciding the fate of these ATSs, the Law could have been considered an ATS exported before 1 May 2017 as registered under the Law (subject to payment of a fee to the Sub-Registrar in question), i.e. provided that ATS exported before 1 May 2017 were now registered within a specified period. as provided for the registration of ongoing projects in accordance with Article 3 of the Act. When we analyze the provision, we can understand that the document contained therein is a sales agreement. It is also stated that the sales agreement as such falls within the category of Article 17(2) of the Law on registration as a non-mandatory document. 3) Once the regd deed of sale has been executed, the contract of sale has no value. If these conditions are met, the buyer acquires the entire right to the property, even without registration of the contract or deed, and the seller may not assert any rights other than those expressly mentioned in the contract. Article 49 of the Registration Act is new and provides for the first time a legislative sanction for the just doctrine of partial provision. This section of the law is widely accepted, as a legal action may be based on an unregistered sales contract for a given performance and may be admissible as evidence. The reservation in Article 49, which was an unregreg registered document, could be obtained as evidence of a contract in an appeal for a given performance. .