Contract of sale of property rights
Property law is any property rights other than property rights. Property rights include: rights of possession, rights of disposal, rights of use, specific rights and rights of claim. Property law does not give the owner all the rights of the owner, but certifies the legitimacy to acquire ownership of real estate or other property in the future.
The contract of sale of property rights is not spelled out in Article 4 of the Law "On Investment Activity" as an acceptable mechanism for investing in housing construction, but is not prohibited. On the basis of the contract, the buyer will receive property rights, and when the house is put into operation and assigned a postal address - property rights.
An additional risk for the buyer is that in practice the act of transfer of rights is concluded with the buyer after the commissioning of the construction object. The moment of transfer of ownership to property rights is not regulated by law.
According to Part 2, Art. 656 of the Civil Code, the form of the contract of sale of property rights must be in writing. But the notary can not certify such an agreement.