Buyers must be aware and proactively prepare all the documents necessary at each important step for the development of the transaction in a timely manner, as well as the due date for payment of exits. Conversely, the seller must ensure the timely delivery of the free ownership of the real estate unit within an agreed time frame, as soon as all the preconditions are met by the buyer/buyer. Real estate SPAs that cover commercial primary real estate are open to negotiations between buyer and seller. This can sometimes work in the buyer`s favour when it comes to negotiating the purchase price. The ownership rules made available by the government do not have the same flexibility, as both parties are obliged to strictly comply with the models made available. This is the only difference that is clearly noticeable when comparing the two types of property SPAs. Ensure that all your intentions and requirements are communicated to lawyers on both parties and declared as part of the agreement itself before signing it. Generally with under-sales contracts (i.e., where the property is questionable, is liquidated from the secondary market and/or if the seller/seller/seller/seller/seller/seller)) is not the promoter of the property), there is no law or law providing for a regulatory form of the BSG. Therefore, the terms of a partial sale contract are purely commercial and are in accordance with the negotiating terms agreed by the parties.
This is in stark contrast to the new real estate acquired by the primary market (i.e. directly by the developer, since the law (the National Basic Code) provides for SPA legislation that the parties must adopt. Notwithstanding a BSG form, it is not mandatory for secondary market transactions, but the current market adopts much of the mandatory legal BSG in the national basic code, although with the necessary modifications to supply the BSG for its specific transaction. It follows from this section that the seller fully agrees with the legal conditions set for the sale of the property. The buyer also confirms that he is ready to acquire the property at the price offered by the seller. The buyer must be very sharp when checking this section of the contract, as it contains important details about the property. From there, the buyer can find out if the property comes with free ownership. The development of a purchase and sale contract (SPA) is a complex task that requires the precision and sincerity of all those covered by the contract. It is therefore imperative that the seller and buyer pay attention to all the information contained in the document.
If all is done accordingly, a SPA can offer appropriate legal protection to both seller and buyer when buying real estate. In short, your SPA is the contract that protects you if your agreement becomes furious. So spend a little more time reading all the clauses. The buyer must be particularly sensitive to the payment plan, as required by the contract. If the buyer delays payment, the seller can take legal action. The result, in most cases, is that the buyer is penalized for violating the established agreement.