Frequently Asked Questions
Any agreement that contains mutually acceptable terms, conditions, and conditions is enforceable if it is recorded in the office of the sub-registrar. This benefits a possible buyer in addition to the landowner and the developer. It has been observed that parties typically get JDAs notarized or have them signed on stamp paper. This is a dangerous course of action since it jeopardises the JDA’s overall ability to be enforced in the event of a disagreement.
A JDA does not always indicate that it is a sale document or a transfer deed in the landowner’s benefit.
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