(a) from the date of this Agreement, the Nominee shall retain ownership of immovable property and all right, title and interest therein, and the benefits derived therefrom as nominee for and on behalf of the Owner; What is a nominated agreement? A nominated agreement is an agreement by which the owner of a given property transfers the rights to the property (such as mortgages, licenses, easements, fees, etc.) to a nominee they have chosen. The property is registered in the name of the name of the name for the duration of the contract so that it can perform its functions under the contract. The nominee has the power to carry out transactions on behalf of the owner, but he can only perform the actions authorized by the owner and cannot make his own decisions. As a rule, these agreements contain a clause that speaks of the measures to be taken when a party to the agreement violates the clauses of that agreement. An arbitration clause is present in most agreements and states that when a clause of the agreement is violated or disputes arise with respect to the terms of the agreement, the matter will be settled through arbitration. The clause indicates the place where the arbitration will take place, i.e. the seat of the arbitration, the language in which the proceedings will be conducted and the manner in which the arbitrators will be appointed. 9. It is agreed between the parties that the relationship between them is only that of the lead nominee and the mere nominee, that there is no intention to create a partnership or agency relationship between the Owner and Nominee, and that this agreement should not be construed to create a trust, association or joint venture between the Nominee Owner and Nominee. This Agreement shall clearly indicate the names of the Parties between whom the Agreement is concluded. These include the owner who transfers the rights to a particular property and the nominee who accepts those rights. This nominated agreement (“Agreement”) applies from the date indicated on the first page, but with retroactive effect to 1 January 2018 (“Effective Date”) and is concluded by and between them: this checklist is made available to inform you of this document in question and assist you in its drafting. .