I have found my esteemed lawyers friends don't answer questions about the same issue other than replying to what was written in the first attempt wherein some important points may have been missed out. Incase these are pointed out in the same thread, later on, and asked their opinion none replies. Hence this new thread.
In case of 'Agreement of Sale/Purchase' wherein our esteemed lawyer friends have informed that the buyer can effect the transaction within a period of 3 years even if the in the 'Agreement of Sale/Purchase' the time limit mentioned is just 3 or 4 months for the transaction to be completed then what about the sale price if the sale is executed at the fag end of the 3rd year? The price at the time of signing the 'Agreement of Sale/Purchase' would be much lower and in 3 years the price could have shot up manifold. So won't the seller be a loser if the buyer takes his own cool time to execute the deed?