It is also available to persons who assert rights under it, such as heirs, beneficiaries of the assignment and legal representatives[5]. This section should normally be used as a defense and not as an assault weapon. There are a large number of ongoing projects for which the developer has asked the buyer for more than 10% of the cost of the property under the ATS and may have been received from the buyer that have not been registered (in the absence of a requirement) and are still not registered. The Supreme Court recently upheld an injunction of the Court of Appeal allowing the applicant to add evidence of an unregited purchase agreement insufficiently stamped in his application for recovery of the serious money he allegedly paid at the time of performance of the contract of sale. It may request specific facilitation, even if the agreement is not registered. . . .