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bomneedhelp77 (owner)     09 August 2022

Mutation of entries in property card

Can you please enlighten me as to what is the process of mutating entries on the property card ? We are lessees of 

non agricultural land in Pune ? Is judgement required from the High Court ?



Learning

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Swadha   09 August 2022

Step 1: The applicant can visit the nearest responsible block or sub-registrar office for the complete registration process of the mutation.

Step 2: You have to get the application form from the concerned office and have to fill out an application form in a prescribed format.

Step 3: You have to fill the mutation application form with requested details without any mistakes.  Provide the details such as old owner details, new owner details and also mention the cause of mutation.

Step 4: You have to submit the application form in the prescribed format to the concerned operator along with all the supporting documents.

Step 5: After applying, you have to attach the specified documents along with the application form.

Step 6: Sub-registrar officer will forward the request for a Mutation certificate online to the concerned authority.

Step 7: The concerned Department will process the mutation request, and after successful verification, the authorised Government Officer will issue the mutation document.

 

Before applying for mutation of a property, it is important to have the necessary documentation in place. The documents may vary from state to state. Request for the change in official records is done through an application form with court fee stamp. The form must be duly filled, signed and submitted with the Commissioner of the Revenue Department. In addition, the following documents should be furnished:

  • The latest receipt of property tax payment
  • The attested copy of sale deed
  • The no-objection certificate from the housing society
  • An indemnity bond on stamp paper of requisite value
  • An affidavit on stamp paper of requisite value, attested by the notary

 In the case of inherited property, the following documents must be produced:

  • A copy of will or succession certificate or death certificate of the owner
  • An indemnity bond on stamp paper of requisite value
  • An affidavit on stamp paper of requisite value, attested by the notary
  • The latest receipt of property tax payment

In property purchase through a registered power of attorney, the following documents must be produced:

  • A copy of Power of Attorney papers
  • A copy of the will
  • Receipt of payment registered with a sub-registrar
  • An indemnity bond on stamp paper of requisite value
  • An affidavit on stamp paper of requisite value, attested by the notary
  • Latest receipt of property tax payment

The application is then verified, and the process is initiated and completed within 15 to 30 days.


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