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4. If the buyer does not show up to terminate the contract, then you can take legal action to instruct him to execute the contract and pay the balance of 20 lakes. If an unregord sale agreement, which accompanies the surrender of the property to a person in possession, can be presented as proof of the agreement and if a legal action for a specified benefit would be based on an unregord sales agreement: if an unregord sale agreement, an agreement that includes a partial benefit, obtained a sale agreement pursuant to Section 53A tPA, as proof of the agreement and proof that an appeal for a particular benefit would be based on such a non-registered sale agreement, may constitute proof of the agreement and whether an action in favour of a given benefit would be based on such an unregant sales agreement. , as evidence. The purpose of Section 53A of the TPA gives the defendant the right to protect his property from the vector. It is also available against those who assert their rights under its care, such as heirs, rights holders and final agents. This section should be used in an orderly manner as a defence and not as a weapon of attack. 1.it is valid. 2.You send a legal opinion to force the 3.If it does not, then take legal action for certain services as soon as possible, because there are already 2.5 years. valid only for 3 years.

K.RENUGADEVI ADVOCATE This is a valid document. But what about the period mentioned in the agreement/clarify first… You must now legally inform the owner and bring a special action against him in order to preserve the property. Contact a lawyer to resolve this issue. If you need clarification, Please contact Esther Priya, Advocate S-P Law Associates, Law Firm in Chennai Provisonation to Section 49 is an exception to the above rule, while requiring that an unregistered document relating to the building that would otherwise be registered by the registration law or by the TPA may be obtained as proof of a contract in a lawsuit for a specified benefit. The Supreme Court in KB Saha-Sons (P) Ltd/Development Consultant Ltd [(2008) 8 CSC 564] found that a mandatory document, if not registered, can only be considered in a court action for a given benefit as evidence of a contract performed between two parties and that this unregord document cannot be considered as proof of the content of the contract. Therefore, if a document is inadmissible as proof of non-registration, none of its provisions can be admitted as evidence. 6) The revocation clause must be enforced by both parties with respect to the registered agreement. In the absence of such a provision, there is ambiguity as to the validity and application of these unregistered ATSes, which are now legally required to be forcibly registered.

Parliament must respond to the aforementioned ambiguity with an appropriate amendment to the law. Alternatively, the national governments concerned could address the issue in the internal regulation.

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