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This Alabama Contract for Deed allows the seller to assist the buyer by carrying part or all of the purchase price. In effect, the seller becomes the mortgage lender for the balance of the purchase money.
- Title will transfer to the buyer once the seller has received payment in full of the principal and interest.
- The seller has the right to take back the property if the buyer defaults in payment.
- At the seller's option, the balance can be repaid by monthly payments with or without interest until paid, or monthly payments with interest for a fixed number of payments with a balloon payment at the end to pay out the balance.
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Buy or sell a home in Ontario without a realtor with this For Sale by Owner (FSBO) Real Estate Purchase and Sale Contract.
- This contract is only for use in transactions where neither party is using a realtor.
- If HST is payable on the transaction, the purchaser will be responsible for paying it.
- If the sale is not subject to HST, the vendor agrees to certify that there is no HST payable.
- The vendor pays the costs of preparing the transfer documents. The purchaser pays for the preparation of the mortgage (if any).
- This is not the OREA standard form of contract. OREA forms must be obtained from a member of the Ontario Real Estate Association.
The Ontario FSBO (For Sale by Owner) Real Estate Purchase and Sale Contract
is provided in MS Word format, and is fully editable.
Assign a claim for damages in a legal action with this downloadable assignment form.
- The party who won the court case (the assignor) assigns and transfers his/her rights to a third party (the assignee).
- The assignee has the right to prosecute and collect the damages awarded in the claim.
- The form is editable and can be tailored to fit your special circumstances.
Download the Assignment of Claim for Damages form immediately after purchasing it.
Prepare a Share Purchase Agreement with Vendor Take-Back Provisions with this template form for Canadian corporations.
- A portion of the share purchase price will be paid by the purchaser to the vendor over time, secured by a promissory note.
- If the purchaser defaults, the promissory note will become due and the vendor may take back ownership of the shares (this is called vendor take-back).
- If the purchaser postpones consecutive payment, the second postponement will incur a late payment fee.
- The vendor's accountants will prepare closing financial statements.
- The purchaser must provide personal and corporate guarantees.
- The corporation's income taxes will be allocated between the parties in accordance with the closing.
This Canada Share Purchase Agreement with Vendor Take-Back Provisions
is available as a fully editable MS Word document.