Yes. A Deed of Confirmation with the original document attached is signed and registered.
4. When and where should a document be registered?
Every document which is required to be registered under the Registration Act, except a Will, should be presented at the office of the Sub Registrar of Assurances for the registration within the prescribed time of four months from the date of its execution. A document is registered with a sub-registrar of a district in which […]
3. What are the pre-requisites for a document for sale of a flat or shop or office to be registered in Maharashtra?
The following are the pre-requisites for registration of a document for sale in Maharashtra:- Duly completed, stamped and signed instrument printed on a single side only. Receipts for payment of Stamp Duty and Registration Fees. Property Register Card Commencement Certificate issued by the Municipal Corporation for premises in a building under construction and Occupation Certificate […]
2. How much is the Registration Fees on sale of immovable property?
The registration fee in case of sale of immovable property is 1% of the market value or Rs 30,000, whichever is lower. There could be some additional charges for scanning of documents were the office of the Sub Registrar has been computerized.
1. Which documents must be compulsory registered?
The following documents are required to be registered compulsorily under the Indian Registration Act, 1908: (a)Instrument of gift of immovable property; (b)Other non-testamentary instruments which purport or operate to create, declare, assign, limit or extinguish, whether in future or in present, any right, title or interest, whether vested or contingent, of the value of one […]