The original Sale Deed, Title Deed, pertinent tax receipts, and Encumbrance Certificate could be requested by a buyer
Only the buyer pays the Stamp Duty.
Yes. But depending on where the property is located, the process and forms may differ from state to state. According to the registration regulations, each state in India has developed its own set of forms. When registering a sale deed or transfer deed, these paperwork must be completed and submitted.
Both the buyer and the seller are required by the Income Tax Act and its regulations for a sale transaction to supply their PAN card numbers, and in the event of a sale, either the buyer or the seller would need to complete Form 60 of the Income Tax.
The person would not be required to file Form 60 of the Income Tax if they are a Non-Resident Indian (NRI) who is not assessed for taxes in India.
Yes. You can complete it at the district's sub-office. registrar's
If the seller has received the full purchase price, the documents have been registered, and the buyer has been given physical possession of the property, the sale of a residential property is said to have been formalised.
On the home page of our website, there is an enquiry form where you can list the properties that are up for sale. You might connect with a large number of buyers by signing up with us as a broker without having to pay any additional fees.
If you had submitted your requirements between 9 am and 10 pm, we would have called you within 15 minutes of receiving your inquiry. If not, we would get in contact with you the following day.
You must complete out an inquiry form, which is available on our website's front page, in order to sell your property.
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