A tax is one of the best forms of security for the landowner, as it provides a safer mechanism to restore the amount of age when the trigger occurs. This tax does not guarantee anything until the trigger occurs, but when it occurs, if the buyer does not pay for the overrun, the original landowner can take possession and/or force a sale of the land to recover his payment of the proceeds. Most transactions are immediate; the buyer pays the purchase price, the seller transfers the property and there is no current relationship. However, with an overload, the current relationship between buyer and seller continues for the duration of the overrun, which can eventually be up to 80 years. As any real estate professional knows, an overtaking agreement is a useful way to get the maximum value of the sale of land. The buyer can buy at low risk cost and the seller will eventually share the future development value in agreed proportions. In other cases, the amount of overrun is payable each time a particular event occurs, that is, each time a building permit is issued or each time a property is sold on development. You need to know what you agree to and what is built into the paperwork. How many times does the overshoot apply? In simple terms, how much “cherry bite” can the seller have? Is the overrun payment once and for all when the building permit is granted or is it every time a trigger event occurs? Another relevant question is who must apply for planning to make it a building permit relevant to the overrun? In Microdesign Group Limited/BDW Trading Limited , the party received an overrun payment requesting a building permit in an attempt to inflate the value and hence the payment of the overrun.
Although the contract remained silent on who must apply for a building permit to trigger the overrun agreement, the court held in favour of the developer. As a result, the overrun was calculated on the basis of the building permit issued by the developer and not on the building permit issued by the beneficiary. This seems fair, but shows how careful reflection and drafting will help to avoid unnecessary uncertainty and litigation. Transfers, such as statutory taxes, short leases or relief, are generally not considered part of the overrun. However, the agreement must specify what disposals are allowed to avoid unnecessary costs associated with granting consents. There is certainly no single agreement, so there is a need to apply sufficient time and reflection in negotiations on all parties to the overrun, not just on the percentage of payment. Other key elements of an agreement to consider: Also known as claws or increase, an overshoot is an agreement that the buyer in addition to paying the original purchase price in addition if and if certain events occur. For example, if the buyer increases the value of the land by obtaining a building permit. In the event of a major development, it is worth ensuring that the compensation for the overrun is treated in such a way that the overrun is calculated on a fair basis. If, for example.B. an overrun was caused by sales and the first sales provide high overtime payments, but sales values decrease, should the overrun be based on the average prices achieved? It is worth considering harmonizing overcompensation payments over a period of about a quarter or six months, or even on the life cycle of a development program.
In short, the over-contract applies to every number of years the seller and buyer agree in advance. There is no minimum period, but the parties often agree on a period of about 10 or 20 years.