However, contractual requirements, methods of execution and time constraints lead to significant differences and the parties should be aware of these differences in the production and execution of documents. Some documents are prescribed by law to be executed in the form of a document. For example, in some Australian states, transfers of land will not be valid unless it is concluded by an act „A contract for the sale of immovable property is a contract that must take place on the sale of such property on the terms agreed between the parties“ – section 54, section 54, further states: „It does not in itself create any interest in or such property“. the applicant to the defendant on 9 July 1940. Subsequently, it is stated that there was disagreement between the parties on the contractual conditions and that no further action was taken. in the pursuit of that. The defendant sent the applicant a notice on 25 November 1940 in which he stated that the plaintiff had promised to execute an agreement on the terms. 7,249 until the end of July 1941. It was also agreed that the contractual conditions should be reduced to the written form and to an act of agreement to be executed by the applicant within one week. The defendant. Remember here that both parties must comply with the conditions set out in the sales contract. Any party that fails to comply with any of the conditions set out in the agreement may be brought before the courts if the other party so wishes. All parties concerned should also ensure that this document can be invoked as legal evidence before the courts of the law and that all those who have agreed to comply with the conditions are legally bound by it.
. . .