In the first place a Complaint has to be lodged with the Police stating the facts of the case, Obtain an FIR, publish notice in a local newspaper the loss of the document, approach the local registration office and apply for a certified copy of the document. The FIR copy will prove loss of the original document. Further no other document can be executed in lieu of the lost document.
I agree with my friends in toto. But what is the use. The owner cannot have a Bank loan. Hence better get another registration done after following the above procedure, and mentioning the same is a fresh deed. Then the fresh deeds can be used for any
The Banks may at their discretion may accept the Certified copies for EM after following the aobve procedure and after making a paper publciation calling objectiosn if any and it is at the descretion of the Bank manager only !
LAWYER AT BUDHIRAJA & ASSOCIATES SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
I do agree with the views of my Ld. friends. U should fil;e a complaint for the lost of ur documents, moreover, u can certified copy of the same from the Office of The Registrar or the concerned aothority.
If in case you have a certified copy and lost the original. You file a complaint and get the FIR and advertisement done. Later on would we face any problem with the mortgage if you pledge the certified document. Moreover the possessor of the oringinal document before filing an FIR, Can they forge the document or pledge it ?. If you file a FIR and get a copy of it to the registrar office whether they will give a new original. Please clarify if there is any problem if some ill wisher comes in possession of those documents