FAQs

FOR BUYER

  1. The Sale Deed.
  2. The Mother Deed. 
  3. The Sale and Purchase Agreement. 
  4. The Building Approval Plan.
  5. The Possession Letter. 
  6. The Completion Certificate.
  7. The Khata Certificate. 
  8. The Allotment Letter.
  1. Allotment papers of the plot
  2. Building Plan approvals
  3. Transfer Deed (in case of multiple owners)
  4. Sale Deed,
  5. PAN Card
  6. Photographs.

Two passport-sized photographs, ID proof for the buyer, seller, and two witnesses, PAN cards, Certified exact copies Certificate of Incorporation (of the seller or buyer), and Copy of the most recent property register card to ensure no government ownership. Also, the municipal tax bill to identify year the property was built.

  1. Sale deed
  2. Building plan.
  3. Completion/Occupancy Certificate
  4. Encumbrance certificate
  5. Tax paid receipts
  6. verified Home loan clearance document
  1. The corporation or the sanctioning authority can verify approvals for projects.
  2. The Sub Registrar can confirm ownership documents at the office where they were registered
  3. The Society can verify the authenticity of any share certificate in relation to societies.
  1. Allotment Letter.
  2. Builder-Buyer Agreement.
  3. Copy of Possession certificate. 
  4. Allotted Parking. 
  5. Tripartite Agreement. 
  6. Power Back-up details. 
  7. Full payment break-up.

India has a unique system for property registrationThe Registration Act of 1908 governs. The seller and buyer must submit certain documents and pay fees and stamp duty to register property. India has a law that governs the transfer of immovable property.

You can execute a GPA (General power of attorney) for that person. It is important that POA be registered with a sub registrar.

Stamp Duty is the tax that is paid to legalize property. This tax is paid by home buyers. Tax incentives up to Rs 1.5 lakh can be claimed on new property purchases or constructions. These benefits are only available for one property that is occupied by the owner.

No. Neither you nor the relative will be liable to pay taxes in a case the transfer takes place through a gift deed

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FOR SELLER

  1. Letter of allotment. 
  2. Sale deed. 
  3. Sanctioned plan. 
  4. Society documents. 
  5. Encumbrance certificate. 
  6. Sale agreement.

It is Usually, the buyer pays with Regardless of any agreement, in the event of property exchange, the seller and buyer must share equally the stamp duty

Yes. However, the process and forms can vary depending on where the property is located.

Will: Registration is optionally It is a good idea to register a will in order to give it legal property status.

Officially, the sale of a residential property has been completed If the seller has paid the full consideration amount, registration has been completed and the buyer has taken possession of the property.

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