These are significant risks for a buyer. To avoid these risks and consequences, it is best to use the property as a last resort. If the buyer is taken into possession in advance, it is up to both the broker and the broker to inform him of the risks and advise him to complete his due diligence. Everything seemed to be progressing well until the buyer experienced a sharp decline in his business one month before the billing. He soon realized that he could no longer get away! The STANDARD REIQ sales contract describes the following conditions for early detention:- If you have any questions about early possession, please contact our office. A buyer will generally seek premature possession if he needs sufficient time to move his property or allow him to live until the count is complete. Sellers undertake to provide the buyer with an early holding of the property if the contract becomes unconditional in all respects. Early detention is carried out under the following conditions: 1. The buyer provides a copy of the insurance certificate. 2. The buyer accepts the property on the condition that it is taken into possession and will not be claims, procedures, actions or claims against the seller regarding the condition of the property when they take possession.
3. For any reason related to the above, the buyer will not keep any amount of the purchase price or delay the count of this case. 4. The buyer takes possession of the property in accordance with the terms set out in point 8.5 of the sale contract. 5. All comparative adjustments to be calculated at the time of possession. 6. In the absence of an agreement, the seller will grant the buyer [7/14] days after the termination of the contract in which he removes his property from the property and will grant the buyer and his reasonably necessary guest access to the property if he removes these objects from the property in a timely manner. If a buyer takes possession of a property before the count has been made, the contract becomes a contract.
As a result, the buyer is exposed to the risks and consequences: this is clearly illustrated by a case where the sale of a property for an ignorant seller went terribly wrong after an aborted transaction caused litigation and cost him thousands of dollars in legal fees. D. The Client immediately informs the Agent in writing of a renewal of the settlement date or, in the absence of a count, a termination of the contract.