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Property Buying Guidelines

     
Before buying property, it is advisable to appoint a solicitor to inspect the original title documents of the property being purchased. If the title is not clear, the number of complications arising in future may be numerous. For eg., no bank would provide a loan against a property not having a clear title, it may be difficult to transfer share certificate of the society in your name, selling of property will not be simple, etc. The following is a check list of documents that you should verify before buying a property -
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Conveyance Deed or Sale Deed
- This is a deed document by which the title of property is conveyed by the seller to the purchaser. Conveyance is the act of transferring ownership of the property from a seller to the buyer. This document will help you ascertain whether the property which you are buying is on land belonging to the society/ builder/development authority in which the property is located.

7/12 Extract - This is a document issued by Tehsildar or the concerned land authorities giving details such as the survey numbers, area, date from which current owner is registered as owner.

Index II - This is a document issued by the office of the Sub-Registrar of Assurances. It mainly mentions the names of the sellers & purchasers of a property for which the document is registered

Search Report & Title Certificate
- Title Certificate is issued by an advocate after conducting a search on the title of the property, which is intended to be purchased. The title certificate would state if the property is unencumbered and has a clear marketable title. This search report and title certificate can be obtained from one's own advocate or if the search has already been conducted by the current owner then one can have his/her advocate inspect these reports to ascertain the title of the property. This search on the title of the property is taken for a period of the last 30 years. It is mandatory for the developer to annex a copy of these reports in the "Agreement for Sale" with the intended purchaser of the flat. These documents would state whether the title to the property is clear, marketable and free from encumbrance. In other words, it would state whether or not there is any existing mortgage, litigation, condition or claim, which is likely to affect the title of the buyer adversely.

Non Agriculture Permission - If the land under consideration is agricultural and if one intends to develop the said land for residential/commercial/industrial use, then such agricultural land has to be converted to non-agricultural land and an Non Agriculture Order has to be obtained from the Collector of the District where the property is located. Along with this, one needs to take the latest receipts evidencing the payment of Non Agriculture Tax. In cases where the conversion from agricultural use to non-agriculture use is not done within the stipulated period then, there should be an order from the concerned authority extending the period.

 

 
 


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