A. You can select any advocate in this forum through contact admin.
B. Generally, the following observation has to be made viz.,
1. Indemnity Clause in Sale Agreement
2. Mode of payment: It is always the buyer who has to decide that how he is going to pay the sale consideration amount whether by Cash /Cheque/ Demand Draft and the same has to be agreed by the seller.
3.Delivery of the possession: The possession of the immovable property will be transferred to the purchaser by the vendor once the registration process is completed. A clause in the sale deed must state when there will be actual delivery of the possession.
4. Right to Call off the deal
As a buyer you should reserve the right to call off the deal under certain circumstances without being penalized financially. Some of these circumstances are as follows
(a) If Seller fails to provide legal/statuatory property documents required by the Buyer
(b) If the Buyer find out any legal defect in property before execution of sale deed
(c) If Buyer’s home loan is rejected by bank due to some legal/statutory issue in property/property documents
(d) If the seller fail to provide all original documents at the time of execution of sale deed. You may check my post on List of Documents required for Property Purchase
(e) If the seller fail to provide vacant possession of property at the time of execution of sale deed
5.Original documents: Once the property gets registered under the registration act all the original documents of the sold property to be hand over by the seller to the purchaser. All the statutory rights along with ownership, possession, title, interest will get vested in favour of the purchaser.(Sources Internet)