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Buying a house or flat is a dream coming true for a common man. It always gives immense pleasure to buy your own property. Today’s market is full of hundreds of options depends upon your budget, location or segment. Hundreds of brands of the builders, small developers or property brokers promoting their properties for sale and try to reach you in every possible way. To buy a property or flat of your choice has become very easy. But on the other side we come across many news of cheating or fraud or misrepresentation in the property related transactions.

Hence, it is very much important to keenly verify and check every property related paper or document before you enter into any such transaction. It is always advisable to take a help of a lawyer or a legal expert for the same.

If you are buying a property through a broker or mediator, it is always advisable to have a thorough meeting with the owner or the title holder of the property.

After fixing the basic price consideration and the additional charges, i.e. after fixing the basic economic terms, first thing you should do is collect the property related documents necessary to verify.

If you are buying a flat of resale then in such case the documents you should ask for are:

1.  The property card or title certificate.

2.  The title deed or the mother document

3. The tax paid receipts

4. The torence plan of the property or the blue print

5. The society membership documents or share certificate

6. Previous loan related documents or statement

7. Commencement letter issued to the builder

8. Completion certificate issued to the builder

9. Possession receipt

10. Electricity bills

Adv. Yogen P. Kakade

Jurycon Incorporation

Advocates & Consultants

Email: juryconincorporation@gmail.com
Web: www.juryconn.in  

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