These are the entire house registration procedure is broken down that are needed into the following phases:-
1.Determine the Amount Due for Stamp Duty:-
One of the most crucial steps in the property registration process is the payment of stamp duty, a type of tax imposed by the state government. Here state governments can choose the rate of stamp duty, it can differ between those states . It is mainly depending on both sides to measure which is higher ,it can be measure as percentage of full property which is valuable of the house or as the current rate of circle as determined by the state authorities.
2.Construct the Sales Deed:-
One of the most crucial records in the registration procedure is a sales deed. A sales deed must be typed on stamp paper, which can be purchased from a seller or obtained from the internet, in order to be legally legitimate. You will need to hire a competent attorney to create it on your behalf as it is a legal document. The time period from the date of execution until the documents are submitted to the sub-registrar should not be more than four months.
3.Gather the necessary documents:-
A few papers will need to be checked before you may register your property with your sub-registrar. It can speed up and make the process more efficient to have certain papers available
Official identification and address evidence:-
Here, Certificate of NOC for property:-
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Here, Advocate B. Pramanik & Associates property law services in Kolkata will help you to register property.
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