A closing scale is nothing but a legal notice that clearly states the closing of the sale between the seller and the purchaser of any kind of property under the given time schedule. The purchaser and the seller, both needs to know a clear picture of this document, as it is a record to state that the purchase is closed. This legal notice is always signed by both the buyer and the seller, for a formality of confirmation. This record should be preserved and cautiously maintained as it may serve as a base document if the purchaser has got any plans in the far future.
This document consists of the written dates of the closure of the deal and the date when the purchaser has the access to that particular property. Another thing that is clearly stated in this legal document is that, the loss and any type of damage before the closure date is totally upon the sellers shoulders and he/she needs to take care of such losses. Also the seller has to maintain all the insurances of that particular property, until the closure dates. After the end of the closure, the purchaser has all the rights to question the seller regarding any type of merchantability that has to be solved between them within 60 days, on or after the closure date. Thus, this legal document gives the seller and well as the purchaser all the legal rules and terms that he/she needs to engage with after the closing of the purchase.