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—(1) Subject to this rule, where a purchaser of a commercial property intends to assign or has assigned all his right, title and interest under an agreement made between him and a developer for the sale and purchase of the commercial property, the developer shall, within 3 weeks of being so required in writing by the assignee, enter into a new agreement with the assignee for the sale and purchase of the commercial property containing terms and conditions as shall place the developer and the assignee in the same position as regards their respective rights and obligations as if the assignee were substituted for the purchaser in the original agreement.
(2) Where the new agreement requires or contains any amendment or alteration to or deletion of any term or condition in the original agreement for the sale and purchase of the commercial property, the developer shall submit an application to the Controller for approval of such amendment, alteration or deletion within one week of being required by an assignee to enter into a new agreement for the sale and purchase of the commercial property under paragraph (1), and the Controller may approve (wholly or partly and with or without modifications) or disapprove such an application.
(3) The developer shall forthwith deliver to the assignee for the assignee’s signature the new agreement containing any amendment or alteration to or deletion of the terms and conditions in the original agreement only after the Controller has approved the amendment, alteration or deletion.
(4) The developer shall be entitled to charge the assignee a fee not exceeding $200 (exclusive of goods and services tax) and to require the assignee to reimburse him up to the amount of $200 for costs payable by the developer to his solicitor.