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How to register property online in Gurugram

[ecis2016.org] Here is a step-by-step process for registering property online in Gurugram

The government of Haryana has made registration of property-related transactions online to help buyers streamline the process and save time in the sub-registrar’s office. While the complete process is yet to take shape, the Jamabandi portal is one of the useful portals for first-time property buyers.

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Here is a step-by-step guide for registering property online-

Step 1- Submission of deed

For preparation of deed

*Visit jamabandi.nic.in

*Under property registration menu, find ‘Deed Templates‘ option.

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Deed templates

*Purchase e-stamp online or from banks. This will be verified by the concerned sub-registrar.

*Under property registration menu on home page, choose ‘Check Deed Appointment Availability’ option.

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* Applicants need to submit one copy of the deed online.

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Appearance before sub-registrar

*Applicant needs to be personally present for biometric and photo verification at the sub-registrar office and submit one physical copy to the sub registrar concerned.

*Applicant needs to pay the stamp duty and registration fee manually at the concerned office.

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Check applicable stamp duty rates

Delivery of deed

*Applicant needs to appear at the sub-registrar office with the appointment slip. The deed will be handed over to the applicant here.

Documents required

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*Proof of ownership- Certified copy of original old sale deed or mutation certificate.

*Identification of the parties- Voter ID card, Aadhar Card, Pan Card.

*Registration of document through PoA- Verification of Power of Attorney

*NOC- No Objection Certification from DTP concerned

*Witness- Two witness of the parties along with ID proof

*Map plan and description of immovable property

*Digital photograph of plot

*Mutation of Virasat for identification of ancestral property in case of release deed

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Debora Berti

Università degli Studi di Firenze, IT

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