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Form Descriptions:

1.      Bill of Sale: A written statement attesting to the transfer (sale) of goods, possessions, or a business to a buyer. It is useful to show that the buyer now has ownership and to detail what was actually purchased. A bill of sale may accompany an agreement which states the agreed-upon terms of sale, including the date of transfer, the price, timing of payment and other provisions.

2.      Sales Contract to Purchase Real Estate:  A real estate sales agreement is a formal written contract made between a homebuyer and seller. The document includes property address, condition, purchase price, inspections, date of closing, date of possession and more. Also referred to as a contract to purchase real estate, real estate sales agreement, real estate purchase form,

3.      Offer to Purchase Real Estate:  A formal document in which a buyer proposes to purchase a property for a specified amount and under certain conditions. Acceptance by the seller creates a contract binding on both parties, subject to any contingencies.

4.      Promissory Note: The binding legal document that must be signed by the borrower before loan funds are disbursed by the lender. The promissory note states the terms and conditions of the loan, including interest rate, and cancellations. The borrower should keep this document until the loan has been repaid.

5.      Counter Offer: An offer made in response to a previous offer by the other party during negotiations for a final contract. Making a counter offer automatically rejects the prior offer, and requires an acceptance under the terms of the counter offer or there is no contract. Example: Susan Seller offers to sell her house for $150,000, to be paid in 60 days; Bruce Buyer receives the offer and gives Seller a counter offer of $140,000, payable in 45 days. The original offer is dead, despite the shorter time for payment since the price is lower. Seller then can choose to accept at $140,000, counter again at some compromise price, reject the counter offer, or let it expire.

6.      Power of Attorney: A legal document that grants the power of one individual to act on behalf of another.

7.      Disclosures: A very important term in both real estate and mortgage transactions. It is required by statute and should not be overlooked. For real estate it means: Disclosing all known facts that materially affect the value of a residential real property and are not readily observable to the buyer. For mortgages it means: Disclosing all known facts that affect your ability to obtain a home loan. In both cases, if you’re not sure, always disclose.


  Definitions Residential Lease/Rental Agreements


Rental Application
An application to take premises on rent, depositing some amount towards one month's rent for acceptance or refusal by the landlord, spelling out reasons therefore.  Rental Agreements/Rental Applications
Assignment of Rents by Lessor
An irrevocable Deed of Assignment of Lease/rents, as a security of an obligation (Loan), assigning all the powers of Lessor(Assignor) to the Assignee (Lender)relating to realize the rents till realization of obligation in full and such intimation is given in writing by the Assignee.
An Agreement to Lease
An agreement to let out premises on execution of Lease Deed and payment of Security and advance rent.
Extension of a Lease
An agreement to extend the existing lease for monthly rent as specified for the extended period on the same terms & conditions.
Amendment to a Lease
An agreement to modify any one or more conditions under the existing lease agreement. Essentially, other conditions than modified remaining unchanged.
Lease Assignment
Assignment of lease agreement form used by a tenant (Lessee) to assign a lease and all obligations / rights / covenants contained therein to another individual or company. This is not an agreement with, or permission from, the Landlord. In most instances, this form acquires validity or legality from a Permission To Sublet Agreement between the present Tenant and Landlord since most rental lease agreements prohibit subletting or assignment without written permission from the Landlord.
Guarantee of a Lease
This agreement provides guaranteeing the lessor the payment of unpaid lease money by the lessee during the lease period and renewals thereof.
Termination of a Lease
Termination is the end of a tenancy that occurs automatically at the end of the lease term or as a result of mutual agreement (between the landlord and the tenant) to terminate the lease prior to the end of the lease term.
Short Form Office Lease
An agreement to let out premises for office casting various statutory obligations on lessee, the lessee pledges furniture and fittings in favor of lessor as a security of rent etc.
Week to Week Rental Agreement
Rental agreement for rent payable on week to week basis.
Lessee Intention to Renew Lease
A letter of Intent from lessee to lessor to renew the lease agreement for specific period on the same rent.
Notice of Intent to Vacate
Tenant's notice of intent to vacate premises, accepting certain obligations including those contained in lease agreement.
Agreement for Permission to Sublet
Permission by landlord (lessor) to the tenant (lessee) for subletting the leased premises affirming applicability of terms and conditions contained in the lease agreement to the subtenants.
Commercial Lease same as commercial leasing
A lease agreement for commercial property. Used for leasing office space or commercial buildings.
Residential Lease
It is an agreement letting out a residential premises in the specified condition with agreements that the tenant shall not sublet the premises and give possession of the premises on termination of lease.
Landlord Tenant Closing Forms California
New York
This is a closing statement where the Landlord records the deposits and credits, less deductions from the credits or security deposit for delivery to the tenant.
Option to Lease
It is a lease for a fixed period of time with an option to purchase the property on a future date. The price of the property is usually agreed upon at the inception of the agreement. With a Lease Option to Purchase, the tenant has the right, but not the obligation, to purchase the property.
Temporary Lease
This form is a temporary lease between the seller and buyer of a residence prior to closing. It it for the situation where the seller desires to allow the buyer to take possession prior to closing of the contract of sale.

  Deeds


Deed In Lieu of Foreclosure
Deed-In-Lieu of foreclosure (DIL) is a disposition option in which a mortgagor voluntarily deeds collateral property in exchange for a release from all obligations under the mortgage.
Warranty Deed
A deed to real property from seller to a buyer guarantying that the seller owns clear title which can be transferred (conveyed).
Assignment of Deed of Trust
"An instrument used in many states in place of a mortgage. Property is transferred to a trustee by the borrower (trustor) in favor of the lender (beneficiary), and reconveyed upon payment in full. "
Contract for Deed - Assignment of Contract for Deed by Seller
This is the form for creation of the contract for deed agreement between Seller and Purchaser. This form allows the Seller and Purchaser to elect specific requirements concerning purchase price, interest, and payment terms. Also, fees related to insurance and taxes can be set in the direction of Seller or the Purchaser at their option before the signing of the agreement.
Deeds of Trust
CA, NY
A deed of trust is a conveyance of the fee simple, a freehold, a leasehold interest in trust to secure an indebtedness or charge against real property conveyed, with or without power of sale, vested in the trustee to sell according to the terms as set forth in the instrument.

  Evictions

3-Day Notice to Quit
In the event of violation of any terms and condition of lease agreement including non-payment of rent, the owner serves notice on tenant to vacate the premises within 3 days.
5-Day Notice to Quit
In the event of violation of any terms and condition of lease agreement including non-payment of rent, the owner serves notice on tenant to vacate the premises within 5 days.
Notice To Tenant of Rent Default
Communication advising the tenant to pay rents in default on specified time and date.

  Contracts

Early Termination of Contract
Early termination of contract is the termination of a lease before its maturity date.
Notification of Breach of Contract
Communication of breach of specified contract.

  Purchase

Inspection Contingency Addendum to a Purchase Agreement
An addition to the purchase agreement providing for inspection Contingencies to be specified.
Simple Sales Agreement to Sell a Business
An agreement to sell a specified business on payment to be made at different stages as specified in the agreement.
Bill of Sale for a Business
A Bill of Sale is the final document that transfers ownership.

  Miscellaneous Forms


General Power of Attorney
A power of attorney is a document that allows you to appoint a person or organization to handle your affairs while you're unavailable or unable to do so. The person or organization you appoint is referred to as an "Attorney-in-Fact" or "Agent." A general power of attorney authorizes your Agent to act on your behalf in a variety of different situations.
Limited Power of Attorney
A limited power of attorney allows the principal to give only specific powers to the agent. The limited power of attorney is used to allow the agent to handle specific matters when the principal is unavailable or unable to do so.
Revocation of Power Of Attorney
The principal may, with a revocation of power of attorney form, revoke, cancel or rescind the powers granted in a power of attorney. Cancel, rescind and revoke any previous power of attorney with this revocation of power of attorney form.
Contractor  Home-Owner Agreement
A contract agreement providing a appointed person to take up and complete work assigned within a specified period for a specified price to be paid at different stages as provided in the agreement.
Promissory Note Guaranty
Contract between a borrower and a lender that includes all the terms and conditions under which the borrower promises to repay the loan.
Cohabitation
Cohabitation Agreement is for non-married couples who are living together and who wish to provide a plan for the sharing of living expenses during the course of the relationship, the division of joint property upon termination of the relationship and the retention of separate property acquired prior to, and after, the execution of this agreement.
Lead Paint Disclosure Forms  CA, NY
This form is the lead-based paint disclosure statement required by Federal Law for homes built prior to 1978. It must be presented to the buyer in a sale transaction.
Mortgage Assignment
It is a written document serving as evidence of a transfer of a loan obligation from the original borrower to a third party.
Real Estate contracts for sale Contract to purchase Real Estate
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