Importances in drafting an agreement or a deed and the purpose

Importance in drafting an agreement or a deed and the purpose

There is quite a difference between “agreement” and “deed. When there is a mutual discussion between parties and they formally want such discussion to made in writing to pursue it further for an action; of what actually discussed, then such formal arrangement is called “agreement”.

On the other hand, Deeds mostly an exchange of commercial value or consideration and it involves an asset or a property, including intangible assets like Trademark, Patent, and such requires a statutory registration or transfer temporary or permanent is termed as a Deed.

In an agreement, there can be more than 2 parties and each party to be titled, purpose, and the other terms and conditions discussed and mutually agreed by the parties are recorded, signed along with witnesses.

What is a deed?

A deed is a special type of commercial binding or a promise on consideration or commitment to do something.

It seems that the substantial requirement of a deed was that it be intended by the executing party to be the most serious indication to the society that she or he really means to do what he is doing.

  • passes an interest, right or property for a consideration;
  • transfers or assigns the right of the property to another person;
  • or amounts to an affirmation or confirmation of something which passes an interest, right or property.

Deeds conveying the right to others;

  • Registration of deed if required;
  • Mother Documents if any;
  • Paying stamp duties;
  • Transfer or assignment;
  • Offer and Acceptance;
  • Deed a statutory binding;
  • Right transfers from one party to another party;

Agreements bind and extend the mutual benefits of both parties;

Some of the points to be kept in mind on Agreements.

  1. Negotiate the terms in details and write them down on every discussion.
  2. Identify the parties.
  3. Identify the Party’s Role
  4. Set the Background
  5. Each Party’s obligation
  6. Both parties representation and warranties
  7. Proposal Terms
  8. Commercial Terms
  9. Payment Terms
  10. Default Terms
  11. Special Terms
  12. Confidentiality
  13. IPR rights
  14. Non-Compete
  15. Notices
  16. Severability
  17. Indemnity
  18. Jurisdiction
  19. Governing Law
  20. Dispute Resolution
  21. Amendments
  22. Signatures
  23. Witnesses
  24. Annexures and etc.

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