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varun aggarwal (Advocate)     13 October 2020

Just subscribe the Tatima Sale deed, incorporating the correct version of the boundaries and get the same registered with Registrar as the sale deed been registered. A very nominal fees is charged for the said purpose and it became part and parcel of the original sale deed. Both vendors & vendees are required for the said purpose.

sarath babu (ADVOCATE)     14 October 2020

Make a Rectification Deed to the Previous registered sale Deed by making corrections in the boundaries. Mention the Boundaries mentioned in the Previous Deed as wrong Boundaries and Mention the Right Boundaries in the Rectification Deed. There will be very nominal fees for this Rectification Deed and Keep the Rectification Deed along with Previous registered Sale Deed. 

P. Venu (Advocate)     14 October 2020

What are the facts? What is the context?

SHIRISH PAWAR, 7738990900 (Advocate)     14 October 2020


You can execute a rectification deed for correcting the boundaries of land before sub-registrar. 

kavksatyanarayana (subregistrar/supdt.(retired))     14 October 2020

Yes. A rectification deed has to be executed by the seller.  If one or two boundaries changed, then a normal stamp duty has to be paid.  And if the four boundaries changed, then the stamp duty will be levied treating it as a sale deed in more states (the stamp duty varies from one State to another State).

Digvijay Singh   09 January 2024


I have to correct flat boundaries as below:

In Sale Deed (wrong)

East by    : Flat No. 45

West by   : Corridor

North by  : Open Space

South by  : Flat No. 35

To Rectification Deed (correct)

East by    : Flat No. 45

West by   : Flat No. 35

North by  : Corridor

South by :Open Space.

Original sale deed was done only 40 days back. How much stamp/registation fee applies (Location  : Bangalore)

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