While development agreements can be huge and complex, their primary components can be distilled into some important requirements. First, the development agreement should provide details of the data, which means that the survey number, the name of the landowner, the boundaries and the size and extent of the land must be correctly mentioned. With this, proof of ownership of the land, such as deeds of ownership, extracts from 7/12, certificates of agricultural transformation and all documents proving ownership and ownership of the land, should be attached to the agreement. This ensures that any real estate developer is satisfied with the right of the landowner and will not raise any disputes about it at a later stage. This is one of the most serious ways in any land owner-developer relationship. Real estate is one of compliance – non heavy industry of the country. Every real estate developer or owner must comply with a myriad of laws, regulations and notifications to carry out their project. The project proponent must apply for building permits, agricultural processing certificates for non-agricultural use, rera registration, environmental permits and much more. All of these procedures are extremely demanding in terms of time, energy and money. Again, the landowner and the developer must decide who is responsible for what.
Now you have to wonder why it is imp to save JDA. At the macro level, neither the owners nor the landowners can dispute the terms and conditions of the registered JDA. Second, it gives authenticity to the agreement. In one case, I found that there were 23 corrections in the joint development agreement. It was almost impossible for the buyer to know whether the corrections were true or not. When the joint development contract is registered, the buyer can directly request a certified copy compliant with the shelter.