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Property Report

The Property Report is the most important document before you buy a property. An expert property lawyer examines all the legal aspects of your property. They examine the Government records, available property paper chain to determine and confirm a property's legal ownership and determine any claims on the property. It reveals any mortgages, liens, judgements, or unpaid taxes that will have to be cleared before the property can be sold or purchased; and details of any existing easements, restrictions or leasing affecting the property.

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Property Report

  • Detailed analysis of property papers
  • Property Title verification
  • Comprehensive report for better buying decision

Sale Deed Drafting

  • Sale deed drafting with key laws covered
  • Mandatory document to complete property sale
  • Sale deed related discussion with expert Lawyer

Sale Deed Registration

  • Property registration in your name
  • On ground logistics and document support
  • Easy registrations process anywhere in India

How it works?

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1. Fill your details

Take out few seconds to fill your details. If you are our existing, enter your mobile number and the system will auto fill your Details.

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2. Upload your (pdf) document

Choose talk time and upload your pdf document, system will automatically calculate the number of pages.

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3. Schedule your call

Schedule your call with the expert on time
and date that suits your convenience.

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Get property documents reviewed, title checked, document verification, sale deed / agreement drafting, registrations, stamp paper and much more with a single click.

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Only the best property lawyers will consult you 24X7. Impeccable documentation & faster delivery of service. Get ready to be delighted.

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Frequently asked questions

When should I get the property papers verified?

Property papers are verified generally under two circumstances, one is during purchase and other during lease of the property. Property paper verification is done to ensure that fraudulent acts or misrepresentation of the property has not happened, and it also helps in peaceful possession of the property

When you decide to buy a property or commercially lease a property, the first thing you should do is get the property papers verified by a property legal expert.

What are the documents required for property verification?

Depending on the type of property you are buying, you will need to get the relevant documents verified by a Property Lawyer.

  • Sale deed in the name of the present owner
  • Agreement to Sale
  • Will
  • Partition Deed
  • Mutation Deed
  • Development Agreement
  • Sanctioned Plan
  • Encumbrance Certificate
  • GPA/Power of Attorney
  • Property Tax Receipts
  • Proofs of payment made to the builder
  • Apart from this, any other documents you have for the property

Who will do the property verification?

An experienced property lawyer will do the property verification

How will I submit my documents?

You can upload the documents after the payment is processed. If any additional documents need to be uploaded then you can do so after logging into your account.

If I have any questions or want to discuss any issue with the lawyer, how can I do that?

With every Property product purchase, you will be credited 60 minutes of Lawyer Consultation time. You can utilize these minutes to consult a Property Expert Lawyer and discuss your issues.

What will happen if I do not register my property?

According to the Registration Act, 1908, any transaction having the sales proceeds of Rs 100 has to be registered. So, practically registration is a must wherever there is a sale and purchase of property or transfer of property. When you register your property, you will be able to establish your lawful ownership on the property.

If you do not register your property, you will not be able to further sell the property. You will also not be able to mortgage your property or raise any loan against the property. In case your property gets acquired by the government, you won’t be entitled to compensation if the property has not been registered.

Is there a time limit for registering a property?

The documents needed for registration must be presented within four months from the date of execution. Failure to register the purchase agreement of a property will attract a penalty. If a document that needs to be registered, remains unregistered, then it will not be acceptable by the court of law.

How is stamp duty calculated?

The stamp duty varies from one state to another. The stamp duty is calculated as a certain percentage of the sale value of the property. In some states, it varies from 5% to 7% of the property sale value. You can pay stamp duty in cash, cheque, demand draft, ay order, or NEFT transfer.

How long does it take to get the Sale Deed?

Previously, the Sale Deed document was returned after 4 months, but today, due to computerization, the copy of the Sale Deed is available on the same day.

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With more than 35000 verified properties Legalkart offers most Reliable property legal service

35K+ Properties

With more than 35000 verified properties Legalkart offers most Reliable property legal service

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