The guarantor also wrote a letter to the Criminal Branch requesting appropriate measures against the petitioner who had not handed over the initial act of transmission, in accordance with the conditions of sanction and also in accordance with the tripartite agreement (abbreviated “TPA”) between the petitioner, the defendant bank and the DDA. The petitioner lodged an appeal under Article 17 of SARFAESI Law, No 22/2006, after opposition to the notification. The parties were given the opportunity to present evidence and this SA was dismissed with proof of costs of 13.9.2007. A tripartite agreement is needed with three parties involved, namely the seller, the bank and the buyer, if the buying party wishes to reserve a house for a mortgage in a draft development policy. 2. In HDFC Ltd. Suit Sandeep Kumar and defendant No. 2 M/s Golf Course Sahkari Awas Samiti Limited (abbreviated as “M/s Golf Course”) considered the granting of loans, including loans for the construction of housing, but jointly benefited from Sandeep Kumar`s home loan for the purchase of apartment No. 3022, Second Floor, Shivkala Charms, Plot No.7, Sector PI-II. Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh (abbreviated as “the apartment”) in the apartments named “Shiv Kala Charms”, built by M/s Golf Course….