Property registration procedure
1.you should make sure that you should submit documents to the office of the Sub-Registrar of Assurance under whose jurisdiction the specific property falls.
2.The authorized signatories for the buyer and seller should be present in addition to a couple of witnesses for document registration.
3Among the documents required for land registration, signatories are required to have their identity proof with them along with other documents required including PAN card, Aadhar Card or any other identity proof that has been issued by any Government authority.
4. Along with plot registration documents, you should offer the property card to the sub-registrar in tandem with the original documents and proof of the payment of stamp duty as well.
5. two witnesses will have to present their identity proof to the sub-registrar including address and ID proof while their biometric identity may also be scanned.
6. the legal documents required for purchase of property will include all necessary documents including the PAN Card, Aadhar Card, identity proof by a Government authority, property papers, sale deed and agreement and power of authority if you are representing anyone else.
Some other documents that you will require
- Sale Deed- Sale deeds are the most important documents since they establish ownership of title for any property. You should get the sale deed registered in the sub-registrar’s office of the area where this property is situated.
- Extracts- The extract or Khata certificate is a necessary document for registration of any new property. I
- Mutation Register Extract- This document covers Gram Panchayat properties and offers all information relating to earlier ownership.
- General Power of Attorney- This proves that an authorized person is working on behalf of the owner for purchase/sale of any property.
- Building Plan Copy- Should be approved by the requisite government and statutory bodies.
- NOC- There are various NOCs required by developers whenever any project is being constructed. Copies of NOCs should be kept with you.
- Allotment Letter- A vital document, it shows the property description and details of the sum paid by buyers to real estate developers.
- Sale Agreement- This document talks about the terms and conditions, payment plan, date of possession, specifications, details about facilities, common areas and so on.
- Possession Letter
- Payment Receipts
- Encumbrance Certificate- Proves that there are zero encumbrances, legal dues or any mortgages on the property being transacted.
- Completion Certificate- This document is also vital and it proves that the structure has been built on the basis of the plan which has been approved.
- Occupancy Certificate- The occupancy certificate is issued by the local authorities to real estate developers for establishing the fact that the building in question is fully ready for occupation and also certifying that the construction has taken place on the basis of plans which have been sanctioned.
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