Vikas Khanna
Asked March 17, 2017

Process for property registered

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I want to get the property registered in my name. What is the basic process to get it registered under Delhi jurisdiction?

Answer 1

The registration of properties in Delhi is looked after by the Revenue Department.

The property owner needs to furnish all details of the property location, clearance certificate from urban ceiling authorities, date of the purchase of the title, the legal ownership document, payment of all dues (property taxes, electricity and water bills) and property transfer and inheritance documentation.


The owner would then need to draft agreement on stamp paper along with an advance payment to the vendor. A time period for registration needs to be agreed upon.

Documents required after a sale deed is drafted.:

  • Documents required for registration in duplicate
  • Two passport size photographs of seller and buyer
  • Two witness
  • Proof of ID of each partners and witness
  • In case the property was under a lease from DDA, L& DO or MCD or Labour dept of Delhi govt., a permission of the lessor for the registration
  • NOC under section 8 of the Delhi Land Act, 1972 from the Tehsildar of the Sub Division of the Distict of where your property is situated, stating that the said property is not acquired.
  • IT clearance certificate in a prescribed proforma 3sA under section 230 of the Income tac Act.
  • Permission from the Appropriate Authority in the prescribed proforma 37 I, where the transaction exceeds Rs. 50,000,000/- under the provisions contained in section 269 of Income tax act, 1961


After a final documentation and paper work a final deed will be prepared along with the stamp duty certificate on legal papers. A payment of 1% of the property values needs to be made as registration fees.


An appropriate amount of stamp duty based on circle rate along with the value of the property will be stated at the sub registrar’s office. The completed document will then be produced at the sub-registrar office. A payment of 1% of the transaction value along with the document needs to be presented. After the property has been transferred to the buyer, the documents will also be handed to the buyer within 30 minutes of submission of the payment receipt.

Stamp duty is 4% f the vendee is a woman, and 6% if the vendee is a man.


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