Re: Land purchase agreement form?
Yep, staples, Office Max, etc sell blank legal forms.
Generally such contracts are written like options. In exchange for the deposit the seller agrees to sell and the buyer agrees to buy a piece of property for X amount of dollars. It will provide that settlement must occur within a certain time, what happens if the seller can't provide good title, what happens if the buyer fails to go to settlement, etc. They really need to see an attorney before any sales contract is signed. There are things, like title searches, escrow holders, settlement agent.
Contingencies, such as cloudy titles, liens, easements, rights of way, etc. What happens if any of those pop up. Who will hold the deposit? If it is undeveloped, does it have any property line problems, how is it zoned, are there specific uses reserved. Who will prorate the taxes, utilities, etc.
A lawyer can head off many problems, even if they just have him help to fill in the blanks.
Blank forms are usually for residential property, and many of the provisions won't apply. And by all means don't let them take a quit claim deed. A couple hundred dollars now, is far better than thousands of dollars and years of problems or litigation later.