Mutation of house property


are there any penal consequences under property tax laws for non getting the property mutated in my name...

 
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Is Mutation is Required for converted Land (from agricultural land to Residential land)  ?

 I have purchased a peice of land (residential plot in Rajasthan in ALWAR district) from a well known  Flat Builder company, while I asked the Registrar for mutation of my land he said Convereted land does not required Mutation .. Is it Right ?

Kindly Reply ..

 

Thanks

 

 
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helo sir. i want to ask how cn we mutate the house paper if they were left from last so many year please tel me the easiest proceduere in which time span vil be les,as i hv to construct my 1st floor

 
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In a scenario,inspite of probate been granted against the Will of the deceased person 35 years ago,  the mutation has not been done yet for that property . My queries are :

1) What can be the probable reasons for such dealy ?

2) Is there any max. time limit of doing mutation, from the date the person has deceased?

3) is it an offence ( criminal / civil ) for not doing the mutation of that propert for so many years ?

4) Can any Govt. body take action for such offence, if any ?

Kindly advise as soon as possible.

Regards

Soumen Seal

 
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Dear Sir (s)

Further, I've another query .

Can the person sell and do  monetary transaction of any other immovable property, apart from his dwelling property, only against the probate of the Will of the deceased person ? Mutation has not been done of the said properties ?

Kindly advise.

Thanks

Soumen Seal // Kolkata

 
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pls advise, when we have did property registration then why mutation is too required, bcz in registration MCD also get 50% of the stamp duty, so every thing is in their record.


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Middle Management

after paying full consideration on notarised sale agreement, I am staying in the property for last four years. The fact of recieving the full consideration is acknowledged by the seller the seller is refusing to mutate and now claiming ownership as in govt recoerds. 

can u guide me on way ahead please.

 

 
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Non authority plot

if Residental land, registry & mutation are  done in name of buyer by the registrer office it is safe to buy or still risky.

How such deal would be rated since plot is not from direct authority since it is extended population called freehold plot of

local farmer.

so it will be complete risk free plot to buy for residential use or still risk involved since it is not authority plot.

is there chance authoriy can ask to vacate the plot for the infrastructure development of city and receivable compensation would be current cirlce rate?

Thus please advice me how much safe  such plot  ( sizes of 200-300 sq mtrs) to buy for residential use.

Regards,

SGupta

 
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My father had purchased plot and constructed house in the year 1969 and paying house tax regulary but in tax papers name was showing P.O. i think mutation was not done that time.  Now my father expired 7 years back i am paying tax regularly.  Now I want to register in my name through my mother and brothers and sisters are willing to handover the old house in my name willingly. Can i register first and do the mutation process after registration.  please explain that what steps to be taken first registration or mutation in my father name and after my name.  Please advise me i will to complete registration process in March month.

 
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SR. ASSOCIATE

Dear Ms Anuradha,

I had taken a independent house in hyderabad right now paid only token money made a arrgement for 45 days, when i taken EC the present holder name is not there in EC previous owner name is coming. orginal link documents are aviable with present owner then what to do ?? pls provide your suggestion, so i can proceed or cancel the deal ????

Regards,

Satya

 

 
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