The definition of an appropriate interest rate is very important in a development agreement. There are, for example, situations in which the project is implemented in phases. After the first phase, the value of the land may even increase and if the profit participation rate remains blocked at a fixed rate, the owner may feel that he is earning more and wants to renegotiate the contract. This should lead to a dispute between the parties and may prove to be a deadlock in the proper implementation of the agreement. Therefore, in such cases, the parties may develop a structured plan to increase the interest rate in favour of the landowner if the value of the land is valued over a period of time, while the project is still under construction. 6. That the total cost of building the new building, including equipment, work and time extension costs for the construction of the Delhi Development Authority on the above-mentioned land, and the approval costs of the Urban Land Act and the architect`s and other costs are borne and paid by the developer. The agreement required Jojill to sell Lot 2 on Woodfield`s orders and not otherwise to produce the product. On November 28, 2002, Woodfield issued a reservation on the property reserve and, due to “constructive business relationship confidence,” requested an “appropriate fee rebate.” It is important for the developer to understand the current funding, if any, on the land and if the land is leased or if it has a different load that may affect the feasibility of development.

The most common form of the development agreement and the form that fills most of the landowner and developer`s main drivers is DA Services. State landowners typically use a DA sale with provisions to ensure that the developer builds exactly what the developer promised in a show of interest or tender file. In most developments, the developer will receive construction funding to finance the construction of the development.