Depending on the diligence and negotiating position of the buyer, the sales contract may also include specific compensation, since these are specific responsibilities agreed between the parties, if the seller is to remain, for example. B on environmental issues, ongoing litigation or prior tax obligations. Such compensation is then dealt with separately in the sales contract and the agreed restrictions on security claims (e.g. B basket or cap) generally does not apply to claims arising from specific allowances. The sales contract generally provides for limited termination options before the conclusion. The reasons for dismissal and the party who can invoke such reasons are being negotiated. Typical reasons for termination are non-compliance with completion conditions (including the concept of a long-term date), non-compliance with closing obligations (e.g. B payment of the purchase price). Depending on the negotiation, buyer-friendly reasons for termination may be included, such as.

B a substantial breach of a seller`s obligation or warranty or the occurrence of a substantial adverse change. In addition, in the sales contract, the parties generally exclude legal reasons for termination after termination (e.g.B. resignation or dissolution) to the extent permitted by law. Are transactions generally closing conditions? Describe the usual completion conditions for a seller and all other conditions that a buyer wishes to include in the agreement. The following restrictions will generally be included with respect to a seller`s liability for warranty applications: de minimis threshold, basket, ceiling (which can distinguish between a ceiling of basic and non-basic guarantees, and the ceiling that generally does not apply, B, for example, fraud or intentional misconduct) and recovery delays in the context of warranties. Delays are generally between 18 and 24 months, with a separate and longer time limit for basic fees and tax guarantees. Other customary restrictions do not constitute cumulative or liability for damages resulting from a purchaser`s act or omission or as part of an insurance policy. As a general rule, the parties also negotiate the determination of damages for which the seller is liable under the sale contract (z.B. if this includes loss of earnings or other related damages). Die niederl-ndische Grunderwerbsteuer (RETT) ist beim Erwerb des rechtlichen oder wirtschaftlichen Eigentums an den Den Niederlanden belegenen Immobilien zu entrichten.