*PAPERS/DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR PROPERTY REGISTRATION IN PUNE
The following papers and documents are required for the registration of property.
Adjudication is a process which evaluates a market value of a property and hence ascertains the stamp duty by collector of stamps. It is better to get the document adjudicated in case the building is very old and proper depreciation is not given by the sub-registrar.
NO OBJECTION CERTIFICATE
A No Objection Certificate (NOC) is required under the Urban Land Ceiling Act, if the land transferred exceeds 500 mtrs in the Pune City, If the land belongs to a Government Body or Semi-Government body or Charitable Trust then the NOC of the body is also required.
PROPERTY CARD OF THE LAND
A Property Card of the land on which the property is being registered is situated is necessary. This requirement is irrespective of whether land is sold or the building is being sold or any other part of the building is being sold and also irrespective of whether the seller of the property is recorded as the owner on the property card or not. In other words, even the flat owners are expected to produce this paper at the time of registration.
PROOF OF OLD CONSTRUCTION
If you are going to purchase and old property then you may claim the benefit of depreciation during the adjudication procedure. For that, the documents required are
–Municipal Assessment Bill Of The Building,
–Building Completion Certificate
— Original registered agreement between the builder and original purchaser of that flat or of any other flat in that building
As per the valuation the registration fee is to be paid in cash to the sub-registrar at the time of registration. The fees are prescribed in the Registration Act, 1908 which is 1% of the market value or up to Rs. 30,000/- which is accepted by a Challan.
PROOF OF IDENTITY
Any proof of identity such as voter id card, PAN card, driving license, passport etc are required during the registration procedure.
Original Stamp Duty Payment Receipt
Photocopy of the Deed and Butter Paper