We have a house which was bought in my mother's name. My mother expired 12 years back. My father has lost all property papers, which is more than 30 years old. We have duplicate share certificate transfered in my father's name from housing society. Also municipal tax bills and electricity bills are already transferred on my father's name. Now we want sell this property what should we do.
Asked 2 years ago in Property Law from Ahmedabad, Gujarat
1) file FIR about loss of original documents
2) issue public notice about loss of sale deed
3) obtain certified copy from sub regsitrar office
4) then you can sell the property
Hi, you have to obtain Encumbrance certificate from the Sub-Registrar and also certified copies of the all the sale deed.
2. You have to lodge a police complaint with regard to lost of original documents and also make paper publication with effect to that.
apply certified copy of the property before the sub-registrar and get the same and after that proceed your sale proceedings.
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Documents were destroyed in flood water entering our house. My dad already has a notarized indemnity regarding the same. Will it not suffice
Asked 2 years ago
Hi, Notarized documents will not sufficient, you have to issue a paper publication to that effect that the original documents were lost due to flood.
You can get certified duplicate copy of the registered sale deed document from the sub registrar's office.
If the documents have been reportedly lost in the flood water entered in your house, you can get a certificate to this effect and apply for copy of the registered sale deed document from the concerned registrar's office. Notarised indemnity deed will not help yo to prove your tale.
1) you can obtain certified copy of your sale deed from sub regsitrar office .
2)mere notarised indemnity would not suffice
1. You should obtain a certified copy of the sale deed from the office of sub-registrar. Without inspecting the copy of the sale deed no prudent prospective buyer will buy the property.
2. A notarized indemnity is not a document of title.