Depending on the date of the conclusion of the sale of the final development, the lease agreement to the tenant (within the meaning of the pre-lease agreement) may be granted by the developer or must be granted by the invested buyer once completed, and the futures purchase agreement must also contain appropriate provisions to cover this situation. An interesting point here is regarding the „Land and Buildings Transaction Tax“ („LBTT“) (or Stamp Duty Land Tax – „SDLT“ – in England and Wales). As a rule, a financing agreement in the future is put in place in the form of two contracts. The first (the land contract) requires that the developer transfers ownership of the land to the developer at the beginning before development begins. The second (the construction agreement) contains development and other commitments. A significant saving of LBTT/SDLT can be achieved through such structuring of the agreement – since LBTT/SDLT is then only accessible on the price of the land and not on the construction costs and the benefit of the developer. (In other words, Revenue Scotland, which runs LBTT, seems a bit harder than HMRC which runs SDLT.) In addition, the development contract is available to the public and interested parties can express their concerns about the agreement and lobby the city council, just like for any project, subject to or without a development contract. Third parties may also take legal action to enforce the terms of the development agreements if they believe that the city has not fulfilled its performance obligation.
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