The registration of the property is different to that of the other services. The water or electricity charges shall be as per the terms and conditions made in the agreement.
During registration of the property you should make sure that the papers as mentioned in the sale deed have been handed over to you. Checklist of Property documents is very crucial step of property purchase process. Property transaction in India is document intensive exercise because of complex legal, statutory and regulatory framework.
A sale deed acts as the main legal property document for evidencing sale and transfer of ownership of property in favor of the buyer, from the seller. Sale deed confirm that terms and conditions detailed in the sale agreement as agreed upon between the buyer and the seller are complied. It is mandatory to register sale deed within 4 months from the date of execution else you need to pay penalty or it stands invalid.
R.T.C is issued by the Village Accountant. It contains details of the extent of land in a survey number or a sub-survey number, the extent of kharab land therein, the names of the present and previous owners, their respective holdings and names of the tenants. This document is required to establish the Title of Land, if the property is located on converted land e.g. converted from agricultural to non-agricultural use
Katha Certificate and Extracts. It has the details of the property in a particular format with the name, size of the property, use of the property (commercial purpose, residential), annual value, when assessed last.
Mutation Register Extracts. To establish the Title of Land if the property is located on converted land e.g. converted from agricultural to non-agricultural use.
Joint Development Agreement. To establish whether original title of property rests with the Builder or with Landowner.
General Power of Attorney. To establish whether the previous Sale or Purchase was carried out by authorized person on Seller or Buyers behalf.
Building plan sanctioned by the Statutory Authority. To establish whether the property is authorized or unauthorized.
NOC from Electricity Deptt/Pollution Control Board/Water Works/ Air Port Authority. To ensure govt approvals are in place.
Supplementary agreement / Ratification Deed (if any). To avoid any future shock on modified clauses which you might not be aware of & is not included in property documents.
Allotment Letter from the Builder/Co-Operative Society/Housing Board/BDA. While availing Bank Loan to buy a property, Builder/Housing Society issues an Allotment Letter to the buyer which contain details like description of the said property being sold/bought by the two parties. Allotment letter is only issued to 1st owner by builder and subsequent owners can demand copy of original allotment letter from previous owner. It is required for Description of Property & Project specification by Builder or Housing Society.
Sale Agreement between Builder and 1st Owner.
Construction Agreement between Builder & 1st Owner.
Copy of possession letter from the builder.
Payment receipts paid towards the builder
If any loan on the property (Current or past) / Original Property Documents with Bank
Sale agreement with the Seller, to fix terms and conditions for sale.
Latest Tax Paid Receipt till Date of Registration (Property Tax/Municipal Tax etc)
EC up to date for latest 13 years or from the date of registration till date
Demand Letter from the vendor before disbursement
Own contribution receipt along with the bank statement
Occupancy Certificate. To ensure flat is ready for occupancy and construction is completed as per sanctioned plan
DEED OF DECLARATION. To establish transfer of ownership to original buyer by builder.
The list will stretch based on the prevailing circumstances and local rules on the case to case basis.