If you decide not to go to the notary office and limit execution of a written agreement (Article 550 of the Civil Code), we invite witnesses for the buyer and seller.
Enter the reason for drawing up a contract.For example, if the contract for the sale of the land, then write down what the buyer purchased, and the seller has sold a plot of land.Enter city or region, state, intended purpose, type of permitted use.
Enter all passport details of the buyer, seller, and at the end of the contract all the information about witnesses.
The contract must contain all the terms of the sale and purchase (Article 554, 432 of the Civil Code), the price to buy and sell property (Article 317 of the Civil Code), the ar
ea of the house, flat or land plot (Article 555 of the Civil Code).
describes the duties of the seller to dispose of immovable.At this point, specify that if a disposal of the property are tax or utility debts and they will show up within 12 months of purchase, the seller undertakes to pay off his own expense.
also made the point that the seller of real estate will ensure that the purchase and sale is made by all the rules of law and property will not qualify for a third party.
Additionally, you have the right to make a contract all the items that you see fit to note.
put a signature at the bottom of the contract of the seller, the buyer, the witnesses, and the date of the document, date, month and year.
If you are not familiar to the legal side of the transaction of sale and not sure you can draw up a contract in accordance with all requirements of the current legislation, it is better to entrust the execution of a documentnotary.Then you definitely will be sure that the agreement is made correctly, and that the seller of real estate is adequate and has capacity as a notary will have to make in this (Law on Notaries).