Article 17, paragraph 2, point v), provides that a document that does not in itself create a right to a property of a value greater or equal to section 17, but merely creates a right to obtain another document which, when executed, creates such a right, must not be registered. A sale agreement in the usual form, which is the receipt of a serious act of sale and the execution of a regular deed of sale to the payment of the balance money, is a document of this type g) “Agreement for the sale of real estate”. Although the RERA Act of 2016 provides for a non-fruit clause in Section 89 and applies as a result of the same RERA through the Registration Act 1908. On the other hand, it also raises another question as to whether a sale agreement creates a right, title or interest in the property? The law adopts both the adjective and the law of matter. Therefore, the provision relating to the admissibility of evidence (p. 49 of the Act) must be used to determine the right of the adjective, while the provision relating to the priority and mandatory registration of documents (s.17) is part of the provision relating to the matter. In accordance with the general principles of statutory interpretation, the physical provisions will have only a forward-looking effect and will have no retroactive effect, unless the language of the provisions clearly indicates that retrospective application is intended, while the provisions of the adjective law will be both prospective and retroactive. However, despite the legal provisions, many buyers complain that most developers are not interested, even if they want to register their sales contract. In such a situation, legal experts say, national governments should take strict measures, as they must also lose revenue. The law provides for the establishment of pre-ordered evidence for transactions by having a competent official in a public register to visit the parties during registration and by ensuring that those present are competent to act and are identified to his satisfaction.

The registration of a document consists, on the one hand, of informing the world that such a document has been executed, secondly, to prevent fraud and counterfeiting and, third, of ensuring that anyone involved in the property when such transactions require registration can rely on the statements contained in the register as full compensation for all transactions that may affect the ownership of the property. “Locked-in property can only be transferred by a transport permit (deed of sale), duly stamped and registered legally. We therefore assert that goods can only be transferred/transported legally and legally through a registered transport obligation. Applying the provisions of Section 88 of the RERA Act 2016, we can verify, in the analysis of the provisions of both provisions, that section 17, paragraph 2(v) of the Registration Act 1908 denies RERA Act 2016. Therefore, under section 89 of the RERA Act 2016, the provisions of the Registration Act 1908 are not taken into account when registering the sales contract. . The disadvantage of not registering a sales contract was particularly highlighted by the Court of Justice in its decision in TG Ashok Kumar vs Govindammal (2010). Therefore, the failure to register a document that must be legally registered has serious and serious consequences, since the party requesting its execution may not be able to rely on the document to prove its contents.