2.However, the aforementioned development agreement, while all of them contain powers, is not sufficient unless the execution and registration of a separate POA is sufficient in this regard. Property Document Description: R.T.C is issued by the Village Accountant. It contains information on the extent of the land in an investigation number or survey number, the extent of the area of the kharab it contains, the names of current and former owners, their respective property and the names of the tenants. It also contains information such as the type of land or harvest, possible mortgages, royalties for the real estate they contain, the status of the property (unam or not), the conversion order number, the date in case the ownership of the farm is converted to a non-farm operation, references to transfer and estate certificates when the property changed, etc. Why is it necessary: To justify title when the land is located on converted land, for example. B Transformation from agriculture to non-agricultural use Obligatory: No necessity in the original: No need for: Buying real estate With the general objective of the agreement, it is necessary to consider a justification of the benefits of the agreement for the health, safety and well-being of the Community. Description of the property document: the building permit procedure involves the granting of a building permit on the basis of specific rules and rules. Why is it necessary: To determine whether the property is allowed or not Mandatory: Yes Required in the original: No necessary for: Purchase of real estate Description of the property document: the complementary agreement covers any extension, modification or modification in certain clauses of the main agreement. Changes to the main agreement are often necessary, and only the possibility of executing the same agreement is an endorsement. Just check if an endorsement is executed against the main agreement. Why is this necessary: To avoid a future shock to amended clauses that you may not know and that are not included in property documents.
Obligatory: Yes Required in the original: Not necessary for: Buying Real Estate You can see that if certain conditions do not correspond to this agreement, you can change it. In a typical common development scenario, owners enter a JDA in which the proponent determines the terms of agreement, such as the ratio. B allocation of the built-up area in the proposed building, anticipated (refundable or not), time for completion of construction, consequences on delay/defect, approval power, construction, mortgage or sale of the developer`s action, etc.