(a) The Housing Developers (Control and Licensing) (Amendment) Regulations 2002; these new regulations amended and updated the earlier Regulations of 1989, which contained the standard Sale and Purchase Agreements (SPA) in Schedules G and H.
(c) The Housing Development (Compounding of Offences) Regulations 2002; this is also new and sets out the offences under the Act which may be compounded by the Controller of Housing.
Typically, this is done by stating at the beginning of the contract that However, if there are intellectual property rights, confidentiality obligations or other pre-existing obligations, you may have a problem because any rights arising prior to signing the contract would be lost. How do you hold someone responsible for doing something before they knew it was an obligation? Sometimes, the best solution is just to fix the problem.
Read each paragraph and consider what it means if you sign the agreement today.
The following remarks are not be treated as an exhaustive discussion of the law.