The method of payment of the purchase price must be clearly defined. In a pre-printed agreement, all unsuperated options must be removed, as a default can nullify the agreement. Parties must determine whether a down payment is payable and when it is payable. If the buyer needs mortgage financing to purchase the property, the amount required and the date on which the financing must be approved must be clearly defined. The sale of land generally includes devices and fittings. These are objects that are permanently attached to the structures or buildings of the countryside. There are some ambiguous areas, namely structures such as sheds and wendy houses, objects used in combination with a device, such as garage door remotes and batteries for solar installations. If the buyer wishes to include this type of item in the sale, the clause that defines it must be as specific as possible. It is difficult to impose oral agreements in this regard. One issue that deals specifically with the doctrine of fictitious completion and sale of real estate is that of Binta v Hlasela and Another (1776/2016)  ZAECPEHC 35. What the sales contract creates is the buyer`s right to acquire the property in question in 1996, 1996. Similarly, the seller obtains the right to obtain the buyer`s consideration in accordance with his part of the terms and conditions. It is customary to see a clause in a sales contract providing that the buyer loses his deposit as a rouwkoop if the buyer violates the contract and the seller terminates the contract.
This is a misuse of the term rouwkoop. In addition to these three essential elements, the OTP generally includes a number of other sections, Section 25 (14) and (15) of the Titles Act of 1986 provides that when a buyer purchases a unit of sector title and there is still a genuine right of extension in favour of the developer or guardianship body, this real extension right is open to the sale of real estate assets. The agreement between a real estate builder and a housing consumer on the construction or sale of a home is considered a guarantee that the housing consumer makes enforceable in court against the builder that – A suspensive condition is an essential clause and must therefore be defined in writing and clearly to avoid uncertainties. The sale, under the authority of the buyer who manages a mortgage, is a standard carry-over condition. If the event does not occur, i.e. the buyer does not obtain a loan authorization, no agreement is reached.