The Utah Real Estate Purchase and Contract is a legally binding agreement on the sale and purchase of real estate between two parties – the buyer and the seller. This contract describes the general conditions of sale, the rights and obligations of the parties as well as all other provisions relevant to the agreement. The sales contract (download) also serves as a letter of offer. The seller has the choice to accept, refuse or file a counter-offer. If the seller agrees, the sales contract is signed and the buyer must file his account; where applicable. Step 12 – Additional Disclosures and Terms and Conditions – The last two (2) sections on the terms of the contract require that you cover the following areas of the agreement: The first article, “I. The Parties” shall make the opening declaration of this Agreement. The language has been developed to determine the intent of both parties, so some information unique to the recorded situation is needed, if any. Start with the month, two-digit calendar day, and double-digit calendar year if this paperwork takes effect with the first two empty lines of the first statement. Now we will turn our attention to the different parties who enter into this agreement: the seller and the buyer.

The second statement contains four spaces to use to identify the buyer. Indicate the full name of the company that intends to acquire the seller`s property on the empty space that is attached to the parenthesis designation “buyer”. The following three empty fields have been inserted so that we can record the “postal address of”, “city of” and “State of” of the declared buyer. The seller should also be defined in this part of the agreement. Be sure to enter the owner`s full name in the empty “Seller” field. Here too, we need to provide some additional information. Use the following three fields to enter the mailing address, location, and state of the business selling the property in question. In the next article will be “II. Legal Description”, we focus on residential property that is sold to the buyer. We must first define what type of property it is.

For this purpose, a list of checkbox items has been inserted. Select the control box that best defines the property for sale. You can activate the “Detached house”, “Condo”, “Unit Development Project (PUD)”, “Duplex”, “Triplex”, “Fourplex” or “Other” box. Note that if you mark the “Other” field as the description of this property, you must pass the definition to the blank row of this selection. The next area of this article must have a space called “street address”. Set the exact physical location of the property in question on this line. This should include the building number of the accommodation, street/road/etc. Name, applicable unit number, district/city/county, federal state and postal code in which the property in question can be physically viewed and retrieved. We will continue with this report by providing its “tax package information” in the next available empty line.

This information can be called “packet id” or “tax card and lot number” depending on the county where it is located. If this information is not available, please contact the County Recorder/Records Keeper where the property is located to obtain it. Any “other description” associated with the premises for sale must be filed in the last empty line of this section. Article “III. Personal Property” allows both parties to define any personal property (i.e. air conditioning) that appears in the previous section when purchasing the official description of the property. Enter any type of personal property that is sold with the dwelling in the blank lines of this section…