Attestation/Adjudication of GPA executed by NRI sent to Indi

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Querist : Anonymous (Querist)
19 May 2010

An NRI residing abroad, executes a GPA for the purchase of property in India. The GPA is notarised and stamped by Indian Embassy in that country.
Does this GPA needs to be adjudicated or attested/stamped by the jurisdictional sub-registrar/District Registrar in the state of Karnataka to validate it?
If it is not stamped or attested by the Sub-Registrar/District Registrar, in Karnataka, is the GPA VALID OR NOT?
What is the status of all the transactions conducted on the basis of such GPA,which had not been stamped/attested/adjudicated by the Sub-Registrar/District Registrar in matters of purchasing a property in the State Of karnataka?

Ashok Yadav (Expert)
19 May 2010

You should present the GPA for stamping to stamp office, after that it will be legally valid for sale purchase of land.

raj kumar makkad (Expert)
19 May 2010

The mentioned GPA needs neither local registration nor affixation of stamp duty and it is purely a valid document and all acts mentioned therein can be performed by its valid holder.

A V Vishal (Expert)
19 May 2010

Yes the GPA must be adjudicated and cancelled by the Registrar of Stamps & registrations. It is not adjudicated with proper stamp duty the document is invalid and cannot be/ will not be accepted for the purpose it is executed.

Daksh (Expert)
19 May 2010

I concur with Mr.A.V.Vishal.
Best Regards


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