Agreement for Sale / Sale Deed:
A contract between two parties in which one agrees to sell property to the other for a consideration. In an agreement to sell, the transfer of the property is to take place on a specified date subject to some conditions as mentioned in the agreement.
Leave & Licence Agreement:
A contractual agreement by which one party conveys an estate in property to another party, for a limited period, subject to various conditions, in exchange for something of value, but still retains ownership.
Power of Attorney:
A written document in which one person (the principal) appoints other person to act as legal representative on his/her behalf, thus conferring authority of the representative to perform certain acts or functions on behalf of the principal.
An indemnity bond acts as coverage for loss of an oblige when a principal fails to perform according to the standards agreed upon between the oblige and the principal.
Transfer deed is a generic term that encompasses transferring a deed from one person or entity to another. A deed transfer allows the new owner to be able to claim full rights and responsibilities to the property. The transfer deed is intended to move the ownership of some sort of property from one entity to another.