If the seller has reached an agreement with you to refund the amount, so better, try to take pre-pre-taken checks for the period of his commitment, including this agreement. 1. Yes, you can sue him for instructions on him, specifically after the agreement mentioned in and between you two entered. 1. This is an agreement signed on a stamp paper valid by law. 3. However, it will be wise to get the notarized agreement (preferably back). 2. Oral consent is also valid if its existence is proven. 2. If he does not comply with the agreement, then you can sue him for a specific benefit in order to claim a refund of the amount.
— Since you have made a written agreement with the seller, agreeing to pay the Rs.16 lake after three months if you give him ownership of your occupied home. So, at least from a notarized point of view, this agreement is for you. The agreements on the white paper are valid. thus, an agreement of 100 rupees of stamp paper can certainly be valid if it meets all the other conditions provided by law and law. 1. It seems that you have reached an agreement to terminate the contract with him. This agreement must not be registered or written on stamp paper. It cannot be recorded and on a simple paper. 1. It seems that the same is a change of sola and it is valid, even if it is on Rs.100 stamp paper as sola change does not require registration or certification. If the owner does not return the amount, you can file a recovery action on the basis of this agreement, as it is a receipt for the consideration. The agreement to return the amount executed in an extrajudicial stamp document with witness witnesses is a valid agreement on the basis of which you can bring a recovery action.
in this agreement, we mentioned that we will terminate this agreement after 3 months, if the seller does not return my 15 lakhs, can I do on him? 2) it does not need to be authenticated or registered on paper or notarized, but if the agreement is required, stamped and registered, then it cannot be used as evidence in court. Under the Indian Stamp Act of 1899, Section 35  expressly provides that a document on which a person relies as evidence cannot do so if it is not properly stamped and unregant. A) It makes it easier for buyers to purchase the exact value of stamp papers for each category of documents to be exported. A) Difference between 10, 20 and 50 rupees of non-judicial stamp paper. The government collects revenue by selling non-judicial stamp paper.