Agreement Of Sale Is Executed

A will acquired through violence, coercion or inappropriate influence is an inequitable will, because it deprives the person of freedom of choice. A will made under the influence of poisoning or in such a state of body or mind, sufficient to take the freedom of choice of the deceased is not valid. A will can be made at any time in a person`s life. There are no restrictions on how often a will can be made by a tester. However, only the last will that was made before his death is enforceable. A will must be executed by the deceased by signing or inserting his thumb print. It should be testified by two or more witnesses, each of whom would have seen the deceased stagnate the will. “20. The question for the Tribunal to consider is whether the sale agreement executed on December 27, 2002 can be considered the date on which the land, that is, the dwelling house, was transferred. Under normal circumstances, the execution of a contract to sell a property creates a right in personam for the benefit of the purchaser/selleree. When such a right is created for the benefit of the Vende, the seller is discouraged from selling the property mentioned to someone else, because the Vende, for which the personnam right is created, has the legitimate right to apply the specific performance of the contract if, for some reason, the seller does not execute the deed of sale.

Thus, under the agreement to sell a certain right, the seller is given to the Vendee. The question is whether the entire property was sold at the time of a sale agreement. Under normal circumstances, the question should be answered in the negative. However, if one considers the provisions of Section 2 (47) of the Act that defines the term “transfer” from an asset, it can be said that when a property on the property is extinguished by the performance of a transfer contract, the asset can be considered transferred. The relevant part of Section 2 (47), which defines the term “transfer,” is as if under: Time of ownership for transfer u/s 2 (47) was to be considered from the date of the agreement to sell, instead of the execution of the sales contract the sales contract may or may not lead to an actual 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. Under these provisions, which require the payment of stamp duty on a sales contract, a sale agreement is wrongly considered a good act of sale. The seller of the property in indirect sales after receiving the agreed consideration, Subordination to Section 49 is an exception to the rule mentioned above, under the requirement that an unregistered document relating to real estate that must otherwise be registered either by registration law or by the TPA may be obtained as proof of a contract in a lawsuit for a specified benefit or as evidence of a transaction.