Gift deed


Can a gift deed be registered without original documents? We have lost the original documents however we have a photo copy of the sales deed. Will that be sufficient for registring the gift deed? 

 
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Have certified copy from concerned authority.
 
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Advocate

Hello,

You need to make an application in the registrar office for duplicate sale deed, usually they dont give it but if you have filed an FIR for the same, they will surely oblige and allow you to make an application for the same. On making this application and paying the required fees, the concerned authority will issue a certified copy of the required documents using which the gift deed can be drafted and registered.

You may contact us for further assistance.

Adv. Varun Vij
Juris Falcons Law Group
08779007569
 
 
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Check at LOCAL SRO.

Even a deedwriter in SRO office area can revert to you per LOCAL precedences, practices, rules, SoP etc

Ideally one should have original docs or certified copies from O/o Authortiy that has registered the deed.

Copy of FIR, newspaper application may be basic requisites even at your location.

 
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