Sale and purchase, or transfer of property by any other mode must be taken care of with utmost care and caution since in most cases, a considerable amount of money is at stake. Property law experts suggest that every transaction relating to property must be cemented with property documents.
Property documents are written legal agreements that forge a transfer of property from one owner to another and give legal validity and value to the transfer. Property documents are most laid down for the transfer of immovable property and the provisions related to transfer, documentation and eligibility are given under the Transfer of Property Act, 1882.
Property documents are like the guides to the terms and conditions that govern the property transfer that can be referred to in case of any dispute or breach of the agreement. When dealing with a legal dispute, the court makes it necessary to have a legal document relating to the transaction to serve as proof of an existing relationship between the parties.
Types Of Property Documents
There are various kinds of property documents that can be drafted in India. It is advised to get any type of property document written by a good property lawyer who can understand the provisions of the property laws in India
- Sale Deed
- Lease Deed
- Title Verification of Property
- Mortgage Deed
- Will and Probate
- Sale-Purchase Agreement
- Gift Deed
- Rental Agreement
- Power of Attorney
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