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AmitK (Student)     02 December 2009

registered agreement to sell

Dear Experts,


I would highly appreciate if you can satisfy my curiosity about following:


X (seller) and Y (purchaser) entered into agreement to sell and got duly registered on terms and conditions.


Later both agrees to add more clauses into agreement. If they specify such clauses on Rs100 stamp paper mentioning reference of previously registered agreement to sale and get it notarized (THEY ARE NOT REGISTERING IT), will it be equally respectable under eye of law if any dispute arises between seller and purchaser?



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Anil Agrawal (Retired)     02 December 2009

 Scrap of paper.

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Dirgesh kumar sharma (Advocate)     02 December 2009


civil suit file under specefic relif act. Proof of burden Petti.  then considrable  agreement

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AmitK (Student)     03 December 2009

Thanks experts.


Regards, Amit.

Anil Agrawal (Retired)     03 December 2009

 Mukesh Ambani and Anil Ambani entered into a Memoradum of Undertaking that is referred to as family agreement. They are breaking each other's head in the Supreme Court.

So much for stamp paper and private agreements. What is wrong with us? You enter into a private agreement and then want the court to settle your dispute? 

If the main agreement was registered, why the other agreement also could not be registered?

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