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Notarial Cancellation of Contract to Sell

After pryce had obtained a simple jurat to notarize the so-called “declaration of withdrawal” as it appeared in its reply with counterclaims and to verify it on the basis of incompetent proof of identity, pryce proceeded to a fatally fragile notarial termination. the cashback value of payments on the property corresponds to fifty percent of the total payments made and, after five years, an additional five percent each year, but not more than ninety percent of the total payments made: provided that the effective cancellation of the contract after thirty days after receipt of the buyer`s declaration of withdrawal or withdrawal request, the contract is concluded by notarial deed and after full payment of the Cash Value to the buyer. Nevertheless, the seller must meet the requirements established by law. The law stipulates that the buyer has the rights of the law of the Republic (R.A.) No. 6552 in the event that he has not paid the instalment payments due for reasons other than the inability of the owner or developer to develop the project (Article 24, Presidential Decree No. 957). Royal Decree No. 6552, commonly referred to as the Maceda Law, provides in turn that, although the Seller may terminate the Contract for non-payment of the Buyer`s obligation, the actual termination of the Contract shall be terminated only after thirty (30) days after receipt of the notice of withdrawal or the request for non-notarial action of the Contract by the Buyer and after full payment of the return value in cash to the Buyer, where appropriate in the given circumstances (sections 3 and 4). Therefore, before the contract can be effectively and effectively terminated, the seller must comply with the obligation to send the buyer a notarized declaration of revocation. If buyer has already made instalment payments for a period of at least two (2) years, Seller must refund the legally guaranteed cash surrender value prior to cancellation. Primo Properties responded that Nolly could not yet receive certificates of ownership because their transaction was not a purchase contract, but a purchase contract. It added that (a) Nolly had implicitly accepted the unsigned purchase agreement and (b) nolly was not entitled to a refund of its instalments under the Maceda Act because it had not made the payments within the grace period set by Primo Properties, which led to their expiry and the termination of the sales contract.

(a) Seller shall grant Buyer a sixty-day grace period of at least sixty (60) days to be calculated from the due date of the deposit; Failure to comply with the above requirements would mean that the contract between the parties would remain valid and exist. Thus, the buyer has the right to continue using the property and he can always reinstate the contract by updating the account during the grace period and before the effective termination of the contract (Communities Cagayan, Inc. vs. Nanol, 685 SCRA 453). In your case, your right to continue to own the condominium you purchased will only expire if the real estate company has already sent you a notarized notice of your decision to terminate the contract. In addition, you must receive the cash surrender value, as you have made instalment payments for at least three years. If the real estate company has not yet met these requirements, you still have the right not only to own the property, but also to update your account. (c) The Seller may only terminate the Contract after thirty (30) days after receipt of the aforementioned notice of cancellation/request for non-notarized withdrawal from the Buyer. A: A notarial withdrawal considered under R.A. No. 6552 is a unilateral termination of a contract completed by a seller, recognized by a notary and accompanied by a competent proof of identity.

Withdrawal cancels a contract. The rights and obligations arising from a withdrawn contract necessarily expire. Since this is a type of termination of contracts and their corresponding rights and obligations, the withdrawal must be transmitted unambiguously and formulated unambiguously. A defaulting buyer also has other rights, depending on the status of his payments and the contract. A: Yes, the parties have forged and perfected an unwritten sales contract. Contracts are drawn up after consultation between the consenting parties and generally do not require them to be reduced in writing to confirm their existence. A buyer`s right to occupy the condominium he has purchased stems from the contract he has entered into with the owner or developer of the condominium project. Therefore, the buyer`s right to retain the right to own the condominium would depend on the livelihood of the contract. (b) In the event of termination of the Contract, the Seller shall reimburse the Buyer (a) without additional interest, for unpaid payments due within the limit of the amount earned by it after the expiration of the entire grace period, which is hereby set at one month`s grace period for each year of instalment payments made: provided that this right is exercised by the Buyer only once every five years of the term of the Contract and its extensions, if available. Section 4 of RA 6552 requires four (4) conditions before seller can effectively terminate the contract: First, the defaulting buyer has paid less than two (2) years in installments; second, the Seller must grant the defaulting Buyer a grace period of sixty (60) days calculated from the due date of the deposit; thirdly, if the Buyer does not pay the instalments due at the end of the said grace period, the Seller must send the Buyer a notice of cancellation and/or a notarized action for withdrawal; and fourth, the Seller may terminate the Contract only after the expiry of a period of thirty (30) days from receipt of the said cancellation notice by the Buyer and/or the notarized request for action. A defaulting Buyer who has paid less than two years in instalments shall be entitled to: (a) The Seller shall grant the Buyer a grace period of 60 days of at least 60 days, to be calculated from the due date of the deposit; (b) The Seller must provide the Buyer with a notice of cancellation/request for notarial termination by notarial deed if the Buyer does not pay the instalments due at the end of the said grace period; and (c) The Seller may only effectively terminate the contract after 30 days after receipt of such notice of cancellation / request for conclusion of withdrawal by notarial action with the Buyer.

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