In essence, the sales contract defines all the details of the transaction, so both parties share the same understanding. Among the conditions usually included in the agreement are the purchase price, the closing date, the amount of serious money that the buyer must deposit as a deposit and the list of items included in the sale and not. If all parties accept the terms of the sales contract, this acceptance must be communicated. At this point, the offer becomes legally binding. The terms of the contract can then be consolidated into a purchase and sale (P&S) agreement that will be concluded after both parties have accepted the offer. Fittings are fixed or fixed to the property permanently (for example. B garden house, showers and electrical wiring) and are included in the title deed. All other movable property is movable property and is only included in the sale if it is expressly mentioned in the contract of sale. . . .