Agreement


i have purchased a property, we made e-statement agreement for 1st payment ₹1500000, i paid in cheque.2nd payment i gave ₹1000000 in cheque, he did not sign in agreement. he is telling i have received ₹1500000 only. the agreement last date is also over.

what is the solution i have?
 
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Advocate

You query is not clear why he hesitate to sign in agreement? so better to consult local lawyer and act.  

 
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Advocate

Need to go through the documents.

 
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subregistrar/supdt.(retired)

That e-agreement needs to be verified to form an opinion.

 
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Lawyer

Well analysed and advised by experts, I agree.

It is better to consult and engage a local prudent lawyer for appreciation of facts/ documents, professional advise and necessary proceeding.

 
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Retired Manager

Post the details clearly. 

 
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Retired employee.

Your local advocate can serve a notice for specific performance stating all such facts and then file such a suit depending on such response.

 
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Advocate

Yes, you may serve a legal notice for specific performance.

 
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Advocate

You say that you have paid an additional amount also vide a cheque but he refuses the receipt of this  payment.

If he is not coming forward to execute the sale deed in your favor, yo may drag him to civil court by first issuing  legal notice demanding him to perform his part of contract while expressing your willingness and readiness to purchase the property as per the sale agreement.  

By the way what made the vendor not to sign the agreement.

You may first consult a lawyer, appraise him of the details and give instructions to issue a legal notice.

 

 
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Advocate

agreed with views of earlier experts. your query do not have clarity, therefore no further comments, so far.

thanks

 

 
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