Sometimes there is an argument about what items are actually sold with the property. A clause listing several items as part of the sale is not global. While there are many points explicitly mentioned in the sales contract as included in the sale, the legal definition of real estate includes many other things that are not explicitly mentioned. The examples cited are presented as a way to clarify many points that are sometimes not clear to untrained buyers and sellers and that are usually part of the property. A simple question that is sometimes used to determine if something is needed to stick to the property is, “Do I need a tool to remove it?” If so, it probably falls under the definition of real estate as “improvement” or “device”. If an item is questionable and the seller does not wish to keep it in the property, it is advisable that the item be removed from the list. This should be written both numerically and alphabetically, in order to avoid confusion as to the envisaged purchase price. This eventuality must allow the buyer to provide financing before committing to continue the purchase of the property. The specific conditions inscribed in the eventuality must be carefully weighed, as they form the basis of the obligation for the buyer to continue in case of difficult financing of the purchase. Care must be taken of the type of loan, the maximum rate and the minimum number of years that the buyer must accept to finance the purchase. In addition, the buyer must act in good faith in seeking financing for the property.
If you do not carefully strive to obtain the type of financing indicated in the contract, this may lead to the finding of an infringement on the part of the buyer. This clause is intended to remind all parties that all agreements must be concluded in writing as part of the contract. If a request is made and agreed orally, it must be made in writing and signed by all parties. Leave nothing to memory or controversial interpretation of intent. Write everything down so that there is a clear understanding of all agreements. In addition, this clause often defines other legally binding situations….