Need advise on a property that i am about to buy. I am planning to buy a plot (with house) which is situated in Bangalore, while verifying the documents i found that the boundary details are wrong for East, West and North. Now the seller has told he will get a 'Registered Declaration Deed' with all correct boundary details.
Now my question is 'Registered Declaration Deed' fine ? Since the property is old and to create a 'Rectification Deed' the original party is not available.
16 September 2019
Ji, declaration is not sufficient to complete your transaction. The original party or his/her legal heir shall execute "Rectification deed in favour of your seller. Then you can proceed to buy the property.