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Necessary Documents for Property Registration

Documents for Property Registration

Important Documents for Property Registration in Sub-Registrar Office Bangalore.

  1. Mother deed.
  2. Sale Deed.
  3. Sale Agreement.
  4. Form15 Encumbrance Certificate.
  5. Property Tax paid receipt (Current Financial Year).
  6. Khata certificate and extract.
  7. TDS Paid Receipt

Above are the important Documents for Property Registration, you have to carry while doing the registration at the Sub-Registrar Office.

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Current Stamp Duty rates across all the Indian States

StatesStamp Duty Rates
Andhra Pradesh5%
Arunachal Pradesh6%
Assam8.25%
BiharMale to Female – 5.7%
Female to Male – 6.3%
Other cases – 6%
Chhattisgarh5%
GoaUp to Rs 50 lakh – 3.5%
Rs 50 – Rs 75 lakh – 4%
Rs 75 – Rs 1 crore – 4.5%
Over Rs 1 crore – 5%
Gujarat4.9%
HaryanaFor male – 7% in urban areas
For female – 5% in urban areas
Himachal Pradesh5%
Jammu and Kashmir5%
Jharkhand4%
Karnataka5% (above Rs 45 lakh)3% (Rs 21-45 lakh)2% (Less than Rs 20 lakh)
Kerala8%
Madhya Pradesh7.5%
Maharashtra6% for male5% for female
Manipur7%
Meghalaya9.9%
Mizoram9%
Nagaland8.25%
Odisha5% (Male)4% (Female)
Punjab7% (Male)5% (Female)
Rajasthan5% (Male)4% (Female)
Sikkim4% + 1% (in case of Sikkimese origin)
9% + 1% (for others)
Tamil Nadu7%
Telangana5%
Tripura5%
Uttar PradeshMale – 7%
Female – 7%-Rs 10,000
UttarakhandMale – 5%
Female – 3.75%
West BengalUp to Rs 1 crore – 6%
Above Rs 1 crore – 7%
Stamp Duty Rates Across Indian States
Necessary Documents For Property Registration
Documents for Property Registration

List of Stamp Duty and Registration Fees For Property Registration;
Documents for Property Registration details are listed above;

Sl.NoDescription of documentStamp Duty Fee
in Rupees
Registration Fee
in Rupees
1Adoption Deed500200
2Affidavit20— 
3Agreement relating to the sale of immovable property  
 (i) with possession5% on the Market Value1%

(ii) without possession0.1% on a Market value equal to the amount of consideration
Min.500,
Max.20,000
Rs.20
 (iii) Joint Development Agreement1% Max. 15 Lakhs1% Max 1,50,000
4Agreement relating to Deposit of Title Deeds (D.T.D)0.1%
Min. 500,
Max.50,000
0.1%
Min 100
Max.10,000
5Cancellation of Instruments

a) Cancellation of any instrument previously executed on which stamp duty has been paid as per any article of the schedule


Same duty as on the original instrument 
Provided that if the original instrument is a conveyance on sale, then the stamp duty is as per article 20(1)




 


Rs.100 or 1% on Market value if it is cancellation of conveyance



 
 b) In favour of Govt. or Local AuthoritiesRs.100Rs.100
 c) In any other caseRs.100Rs.100
6Conveyance (including flats/apartments)5% on the market value+ Surcharge + additional duty1%
 Conveyance by BDA / KHB5% on Consideration shown in the document + Surcharge + Additional duty1%
 Conveyance on Transferable Development Rights (TDR)1% on Market value or consideration whichever is higher + Surcharge + Additional duty1%
7Exchange5% on the market value on the higher value of the two + Surcharge + Additional duty1%
8Gift  
 (i) If Donee is not a family member of donor5 % on the market value+ Surcharge + Additional duty1%
 (ii) If Donee is a specified family member of donorRs.1000 + surcharge & Additional dutyRs.500 fixed
9Lease of immoveable property / License  
 (i) Up to 1 year residential0.5% on the average annual rent (AAR) + Advance + Premium + Fine.
Max.500
100
 (ii) Up to 1 year of commercial and industrial0.5% on the average annual rent (AAR) + Advance + Premium + Fine.Rs. 5 for every Rs.1000/- or part thereof
Min Rs. 100
 (iii) > 1yr < 10 years1% on AAR + Advance + Premium + Fine Rs. 5 for every Rs.1000/- or part thereof
 (iv) > 10yrs < 20 years2% on AAR + Advance + Premium + Fine Rs. 5 for every Rs.1000/- or part thereof
 (v) > 20yrs < 30 years3% on AAR + Advance + Premium + Fine Rs. 5 for every Rs.1000/- or part thereof
 Lease Only  
 (vi) > 30 yrs or perpetuity or not for definite termAs per Art 20(1) on Market value or AAR+ advance + premium + deposit + fine whichever is higher1%
 Lease of immoveable property between Family members
Rs 1000/-Rs 500/-
10Mortgage  
 (i) If possession of property is given5 % on the amount + surcharge1%
 (ii) If possession of property is not given0.5% + Surcharge0.5%
Maximum of Rs.10,000/-
11Partition  
 (a)
(i)  For Non Agriculture (converted) Property situated in Municipal Corp. Or Urban Dev. Authorities or Municipal Councils or Town Panchayats area 
Rs. 1000 per shareRs. 500/- per share
 ii) Other than the aboveRs.500 per shareRs.250 per share
 (b) Agri LandRs.250 per shareRs.50 per share
 (c) Movable propertyRs.250 per shareRs.100 per share
 (d)Combination of aboveMaximum of above per shareMaximum of above per share
12Power of Attorney                                       
 For Regn. Of admission of execution of one or more documentsRs.100Rs.100
 Authorizing one or more person to act in single transactionRs.100Rs.100
 Authorizing not more than 5 persons to act in more than one transaction or generallyRs.100Rs.100
 Authorizing more than 5 and not more than 10 persons in more than one transaction or generallyRs.200Rs.100
 When given for consideration and or coupled with interest and when authorising the attorney to sell any immovable property5% on the market value or consideration amount whichever is higher1%
 When given to a promoter or developer1% on market value of Property or consideration whichever is higher.
Max.15 lakhs
1%Max 1.5 Lakhs
 When given to persons other than father, mother, wife or husband, sons, daughters, brothers, sisters in relation to the executant, authorising such person to sell immovable property situated in Karnataka state5% on the market value of the property1%
 In any other caseRs.200Rs.100
13Re-conveyance of mortgage propertyRs.100Rs.100
14Release                                       
 (i) Where release is not between family members5% on market value or consideration whichever is higher1% on market value or consideration whichever is higher
 (ii) Where release is between family membersRs.1000/-Rs.500/-
15Settlement  
 (i) If disposition of property is not among the family members5% on the market value + Additional duty1% on the market value
 (ii) If disposition of property among the specified family membersRs.1000 + Additional dutyRs.500/-
 (iii) Revocation of SettlementRs.200Rs.100
16Surrender of LeaseRs.100/-Rs.100/-
17Transfer of Lease  
 (a) Where the remaining period is less than 30 years5% on the consideration 1% on the consideration
 (b) Where the remaining period is more than 30 years
5% on the market value1% on the Market value
18Trust  
 (i) Declaration of Trust- Concerning any money or amount conveyed by the author to the trust as corpusRs.1000/-1%
 (ii) Concerning any immovable property owned by the author  and conveyed to the trust of which the author is the sole trusteeRs.1000/-1%
 (iii) Concerning any immovable property owned by the author and conveyed to the trust of which the author is not a trustee or one of the trustees.5% ( under article No. 20(1))
1%
 (iv) Revocation of TrustMax. Rs.200Rs100/-
19Will deedNILRs.200/-
 Cancellation of WillRs.100/-Max. 200
 Deposit of a Sealed Cover containing a willNilRs.1000/-
 a) Withdrawal of Sealed CoverNilRs. 200/-
 b) Fee for opening sealed CoverNilRs. 100/-
List of Stamp Duty and Registration Fees For Property Registration

NOTE: For further details, please refer the Schedule to the Karnataka Stamp Act 1957 and Table of Registration Fees under the Karnataka Registration Rules 195. (Documents for Property Registration)

Documents For Property Registration
Documents for Property Registration

Can we Register the property without Khata?

It’s not at all advisable to Register property without checking past Khata Papers and Tax Paid receipts. Check the previous Khata if it’s right then proceed with registration.

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What are the Fees charged during registration?

We have to pay the following fees while or before registration;
Registration Fees, Cess, Stamp Duty, Scanning Fees & Affidavit Fees. We have to get the proper figures from Registration Office and pay the fees online.

Is it Compulsory to pay TDS before registration?

Form 16B Tds

Yes, we have to Pay TDS as the registrar officials do check if it is paid. Click here for TDS payment online.

Documents for Property Registration in Sub-Registrar Office?

Mother deed.
Sale Deed.
Sale Agreement.
Form15 Encumbrance Certificate.
Property Tax paid receipt (Current Financial Year).
Khata certificate and extract.
TDS Paid Receipt
Above are the necessary Documents for Property Registration

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