REFUSAL FOR PROPERTY REGISTRATION BY THE SUB REGISTRAR OFFICE.
PROPERTY REGISTRATION REJECTED, Through property registration, legal status is created for the owner. Property registration is done in a stage-wise manner. For a property registration, the buyer and the seller along with the lawyer approach the sub-registrar office to register and transfer of property. It is the duty of the sub-registrar within whose jurisdiction the property transaction takes place along with collection stamp duty and registration charges to register the property.
Before property registration, several questions may pop up for you. Such as what if the required documents are not present? If the registration is refused by the sub-registrar what should be done by me next? What if a question on the authenticity of the documents is raised? There are ways of avoiding such uncertainties
REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR PROPERTY REGISTRATION
Various documents are required for property registration. All the necessary documents which need to be presented by you shall be addressed to you by the lawyer. Some of the documents needed for property registration are given below-
- Sale deed.
- Building plan’s copy.
- Latest Encumbrance certificate.
- No objection certificate.
- Letter of Allotment.
- Certificate of Completion.
- Certificate of Occupancy.
- Property tax receipts.
- ID Copies of the parties.
- Khata Certificate.
- Previous parent deeds.
- And other required identification documents as required by the legal advisor
REJECTION OF PROPERTY REGISTRATION AND ITS GROUNDS
The sub-registrar has all the power to reject property registration on the following grounds-
- It may be rejected on the ground that all are necessary documents are not present.
- If few documents are missing.
- If mistakes are found in the draft.
- If there is a presence of factual anomalies.
- If the deed contains overwriting than what is actually supposed to be mentioned.
- If one has approached the wrong sub-registrar office.
- If the seller or the purchaser is of unsound mind and is a minor.
- If the seller’s or purchaser’s identity is not confirmed and the real identity is not found.
- If any illegal transactions took place on the property. And any court proceedings are being held on the property.
- If there arises any mismatch between the documents provided and the supporting papers.
- If the witnesses seem dubious and do not present their ID copies.
WAY TO AVOID REFUSAL FOR PROPERTY REGISTRATION
To avoid any refusal by the sub-registrar office, it is better to approach a property lawyer and seek his advice regarding how to go about with the registration of property. A property lawyer assists you and cross-checks the documents to be presented alongside drafting sale agreement, sale deed and other related property documents.
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