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Application to the Municipality

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Independent contractor agreement

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List Of Documents Required

General Agreement

  • Proof of right of title/interest
  • e-Stamp paper
  • Two Passport Size Photographs
  • e-Registration fee Receipt of Registration fee
  • Original ID Proof of concerned Parties
relinquishment, Trusts and Wakfs , Partnership and Founders, Sale of Goods, Will, Receipts, Family Agreement And Settlement, Release / Relinquishment with consideration

Release / Relinquishment with consideration

  • Completely filled Form A with signature [Form A of the Delhi Stamp (Prevention of Under-valuation of Instruments) Rules, 2007)
  • Original Documents with one set of Xerox copies
  • Two Passport Size Photographs on both copies of documents (Releaser, Releasee)
  • Original ID Proof of the concerned Parties (Releaser, Releasee & two Witness) like Voter card, PAN card, Passport, Driving License, Adhar Card and in case of companies, power of attorney/board resolution
  • e-Stamp paper with correct value of Stamp duty
  • e-Registration fee Receipt of Registration fee with undertaking / Affidavit
  • Death Certificate of the original owner
  • Family or legal heirs details
  • Title document
  • If transaction is for more than Rs. 500000/- self al attested copy of PAN Card or Form 60
  • In case of agricultural land NOC is required from concemed LAC through SR Office
  • AADHAAR No. If Available

Registration of Contracts

Property

Registration

Starting

9999

* Exclusive of Taxes

A property document is an agreement that covers comprehensively the terms on which a property’s sale will take place, the conditions, and the date on which the sale will be completed. We will assign you expert lawyers who will estimate the value of the property accurately.

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Property

Verification

Starting

4999

* Exclusive of Taxes

Before purchasing a property, complete verification of the documents helps buyers get the required information, genuineness and reliability of the property. Document requirement may vary based on the state of purchase. The process can be smoothly done with our expert lawyers.

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A standard building contract is designed for large or complex building construction projects, where detailed contract provision are needed. Standard building contracts are suitable for project procured via traditional or conventional method. Project features using standard building contract:

  • The owner is responsible for the design and land which is usually supplied to the contractor by the architect or the design team working on the owners behalf. However, standard building contract also have optional provision for” contractors designed portion” if the appointed contractor is to be responsible for the designs of the specific of the work.
  • Depending on the type of standard building contract used the owner (through its advisors) will need to provide drawings and specification, work schedules or bills of quantities to specify the quality and quantity of work at tender stage.
  • Standard building contract are administered either by the architect, quantity surveyor or a contract administrator.
  • Works can be carried out in sections of overall construction process.

The construction contract agreement being a principal documents sets a date specifying parties to participate in the construction process.

Creating a good construction contract is a skill that every builder should not inside out, various contractors use different check list when creating a construction of building contract. There are commonalities that should be followed no matter what form the printed contract takes. In good contracts the builder steps the most basic of line items. Adopting the contract to the complexity of the project, there are 7 major areas to be considered when developing a successful construction contract for your business:

    1. Contract documents:


The so called construction contract is often a combination of individual documents detailing different aspects of a construction project. It can be complex multi page document with many section. It offers details on different aspects of a construction agreement.

    1. Contract type:


Different types of construction contract used within the construction industry itself but professionals general prefers certain ones. Construction contracts types are usually defined by the manner in which the disbursement is going to be made. But they may also specified other terms such as duration, quality, specification other issues.

    1. Successful contract negotiation:


When the times comes for a builder to seek down with union representatives or project stakeholders needs to be prepared. A good negotiator should have the characteristics and skills to allow for the right deal to be struck one that achieves set goals while living both parties satisfied face to face negotiations although rare, can sometimes make things even worse. Certain tricks and methods make sure that everyone leaves the table failing that they have a good deal.

    1. Direct hire or sub contract:


Builders have two options for completing work on project direct hire own employees or sub contract the work to independent contractors which is not an easy decision to make. Sub contracting can offers warranties that can make your work easier, while hiring someone directly requires additional efforts, as far as over site and management is concerned. But direct hiring often gives the builder more control over cost and quality. Based on the scope of the project and relationship with sub contractors, the project manager will make decision based on what is most cost effective, efficient and timely.

    1. Construction contract agreement:


The contract generally contained several sub sections or clauses or sometimes appended documents that defined the scope, item, terms and conditions of the construction agreement. The legal writing can be heavy and both the parties often involve a lawyer when dealing with specific documents.

    1. Differing site conditions:


Differing site conditions can increase construction cost and delay ground on the project. A contractor developing contracts needs to know how to handle this possibility and include language that protects against the unforeseen circumstances. Normally, affecting the schedule and causing delay considering the repercussion of delay. It is crucial to document how such obstacles effects the general constructions.

    1. Construction contracting escalation clause:


Escalation clauses are often written into construction contracts. They are more typically included in large construction projects, where the job might require more than one year to complete and when it carries substantial financial burdon and risk e.g. the potential for economic changes, such a gas shortage or oil glut may require the contract escalation clause, even on small or medium size projects. If executed properly escalation clause protect contractor from unpredicted costs of construction.

Following can be considered as types of contracts useful for construction work:-

  • Lump sum or fix price contract:

Lump sum or fixed price contract is the type of contract, where all construction related activities are regulated with a total fixed price agreement. These are favoured in situations when a clear scope and a defined schedule is negotiated and accepted. For e.g. if there is necessary to shift the liability to the builder and prevent changes in order for undetermined work then this type of contract is best suitable for the situation due to present risk, a contract holds some percentage cost.

  • Cost plus contract:

Actual cost, purchase, other expensed incurred from the construction work. Before the negotiation begins a specific expense amount must be included in cost plus type of contract. These amount represents a percentage of material and labour cost which covers the continuing cost of operations and the contractors profit. Cost can be direct indirect and it must include critical cost expects of the contract.

  • Time and material contracts where scope is not clear:

These contracts are used when the capacity and quantity of time and material is undetermined, which makes the project risky. The owner and contractor are compatible with the tariff of per hour, per day including possible additional cost during construction. Periodically the owner can determined a duration of the project with contractor which must be performed to reduce the risk at minimum.

  • Unit pricing contract:

These are commonly called hourly rate contract which combines reimbursable expenses and fix price type of contract. These contracts can be adjusted during the process in which the owner offers certain quantities and prices for pre determined number of items included for construction.

  • Bilateral contracts:

Both parties involved in a bilateral contract promises to implement certain things or ideas which can reduce the overall construction cost.

  • Unilateral contracts:

In unilateral contract one party which is the bidder requires performance from the other party rather than a promise and offer maker cannot be sued for abandoning the project or not being able to finish his or her work. Because, he or she did not make a promise. Therefore, only bidder is required by the law to comply.

  • Implied contracts:

The contract can be implied either by factor or law

    1. Implied on fact:

The joint agreement creates obligations and creates intention among the parties where both are not expressed in words. This type of contract is not articulated directly but through facts and circumstances, which demonstrates the shared intention to achieve an agreement made between the parties.

  1. Implied on law:

This is known as quasi contract because the contract does not represent a real agreement.

  • Express contracts:

During formation of the express contracts the parties are forming conditions either orally or in writing. This offer is wholly accepted with the terms and conditions of the offer maker.

  • Simple contract:

A simple contract is written or oral. Following mentioned things are not required for contract to be legal in binding. 1. Witnesses, 2. Signature, 3. Seals.

By entering into a contract buyers, property owners, contactors, sub contractors and construction firms are fully aware of each parties expectations regarding performance, materials, schedule and finance. Having a clear building contract before works starts can help avert disputes because it defines a process for dealing them if arises in the cost of construction operation, reducing stress in an already stressful situation.

It also protects the rights of both the parties protection includes preparation for delay and mistakes, contract and prices disputes and liabilities from work related incidents. Both parties should considered following items which binds them legally. 1. Ensure the contractor has a license, 2. Ensure the contractor insured for contracts risk and Workman’s compensation, 3. Conduct research, check references, consult the better business bureau to make sure the contractor is reputable, 4. Fully reviewed any contract provided to ensure its precise and clear and consultants and attorney to review and explain the contract and make sure it complies with the state laws and regulations.

The construction agreement is used when the owner of the land executes a deed of construction with the contractor. The terms and conditions between the contractor and the owner of the land may be mentioned in the agreement. The tenderer in his tender will give general description of the proposed work, plans, drawings, specifications and other documents as may be necessary. The estimate of the quantity and cost of materials labour charges and other costs and the terms of payments are also to be mentioned while executing the construction agreement.

The agreement is generally entered into between the owner and the contractor will contain details of work to be done and the rights and obligations of the owner and the contractor and the part that the architect will play in completion of the work. The progress of construction and terms of payment to the contractor shall be specifically provided in the agreement.

Until the contractor completes the construction and completion certificate is issued, the contractor shall not be entitled to  payment of final bills. The other conditions such as mode of settlement of disputes, mode of execution of work, any other specific terms and conditions may be mentioned in the agreement. It is a contract under the Indian contract Act, 1872, therefore, it must conform to the provisions of the Act.

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