As with resellers, we want buyers to ensure that their own email addresses are inserted for service purposes. The management of this change will also be on the part of the buyer`s lawyers. In the last edition, there were a number of important changes that involve additional modifications or requirements regarding: There was a time when the sale and purchase of residential real estate was made on a simple unilateral document. The document was concise, easy to understand and, above all, it was a legal and binding document. Those in the real estate sector who remember this form of documentation indicate that the unilateral agreement met the requirements of that time and that there were fewer litigations and fewer legal interventions at the time than there are today. However, change is inevitable and we are now working with a document of 16 languages! If necessary, in the event of uncertainty, the revised GST clauses may require a review by buyers with their accountants. The risk of a change in a buyer`s GST position is, quite rightly, a buyer`s responsibility. For the vast majority of home buyers, this will not be a problem. The revised warranties mean that buyers must take into account « how seen » items are intended for sale and are in an « appropriate work order. » Specificity should help buyers to better understand the quality of the items provided under the agreement. We may see a default position in which everything is marked as « as expected. » A buyer may be required to expressly request items that should be « in an appropriate work order. » Sellers must ensure that they are in possession of the documents that must be delivered during billing (for example. B, initial leases or leases). In addition, the rental point information included in the agreement is accurate. Developers have already made a number of changes to the standard form of the agreement when they sell the plan.

I guess we need to make a little more changes to the changes that have been made. We will deal with this on a case-by-case basis with our developer clients. The transfer of ownership of Schedule 3 items includes certain guarantees that the seller must provide with respect to the condition and work regulations of these devices. These should be carefully considered by anyone who sells a residential property in order to avoid problems or discontent after the count.