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  • Contract to Sell Immovable Property

    Sell your immovable property (i.e. land, building, condominium unit)

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    A Contract to Sell is an agreement between the seller and buyer for the (a) seller to sell a certain piece of property to the buyer; and (b) the buyer to buy said property from the seller.  The contract contains the basic terms of the sale such as (a) purchase price; (b) payment terms; and (c) warranties.  

    In a Contract to Sell the seller is free to sell the property on an as-is basis (i.e. with no warranties) or with certain warranties to entice the buyer to buy. A warranty is a legally enforceable promise that certain facts and representations about the property are true.  This means the seller represents a certain fact as true or makes a representation regarding the product.  A common warranty is the seller’s promise to repair the product for any manufacturing defects within a period of 1-year from purchase.

    On the other hand, a property sold on an as-is basis has no warranties and the buyer is purchasing the property in its present condition, with all its faults either apparent or not.

    With Legal Tree you can create a Contract to Sell for any property and customize it according to your needs.

  • Contract to Sell Movable Property

    Sell your movable property (i.e. cellphone, jewelry, laptop)

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    A Contract to Sell is an agreement between the seller and buyer for the (a) seller to sell a certain piece of property to the buyer; and (b) the buyer to buy said property from the seller.  The contract contains the basic terms of the sale such as (a) purchase price; (b) payment terms; and (c) warranties.  

    In a Contract to Sell the seller is free to sell the property on an as-is basis (i.e. with no warranties) or with certain warranties to entice the buyer to buy. A warranty is a legally enforceable promise that certain facts and representations about the property are true.  This means the seller represents a certain fact as true or makes a representation regarding the product.  A common warranty is the seller’s promise to repair the product for any manufacturing defects within a period of 1-year from purchase.

    On the other hand, a property sold on an as-is basis has no warranties and the buyer is purchasing the property in its present condition, with all its faults either apparent or not.

    With Legal Tree you can create a Contract to Sell for any property and customize it according to your needs.

  • Contract to Sell Vehicle

    Sell your vehicle

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    A Contract to Sell is an agreement between the seller and buyer for the (a) seller to sell a certain piece of property to the buyer; and (b) the buyer to buy said property from the seller.  The contract contains the basic terms of the sale such as (a) purchase price; (b) payment terms; and (c) warranties.  

    In a Contract to Sell the seller is free to sell the property on an as-is basis (i.e. with no warranties) or with certain warranties to entice the buyer to buy. A warranty is a legally enforceable promise that certain facts and representations about the property are true.  This means the seller represents a certain fact as true or makes a representation regarding the product.  A common warranty is the seller’s promise to repair the product for any manufacturing defects within a period of 1-year from purchase.

    On the other hand, a property sold on an as-is basis has no warranties and the buyer is purchasing the property in its present condition, with all its faults either apparent or not.

    With Legal Tree you can create a Contract to Sell for any property and customize it according to your needs.

  • Deed of Assignment for Immovable Property

    Assign your rights to immovable property (i.e. house, land, condomonium unit) to another person

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    A Deed of Assignment is a contract where the owner (the “assignor”) transfers ownership over a certain property to another person (the “assignee”) by way of assignment.  As a result of the assignment the assignee steps into the shoes of the assignor and assumes all the rights and obligations pertaining to the property.

  • Deed of Assignment for Movable Property

    Assign your rights to movable property (i.e. jewely, vehicle, shares of stock) to another person.

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    A Deed of Assignment is a contract where the owner (the “assignor”) transfers ownership over a certain property to another person (the “assignee”) by way of assignment.  As a result of the assignment, the assignee steps into the shoes of the assignor and assumes all the rights and obligations pertaining to the property.

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