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Kiran (manager)     12 July 2011

Notorised vs registered agreement

Hi,

What is a diiffernce between notorised and registerd agreement. Does notorised agreement is legally valid too.

Regards,

Kiran 



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pratik (self working)     12 July 2011

there is a much difference between the both.

THANKACHAN V P (Advocate & Notary)     12 July 2011

No doubt notorised agreements are valid if it satisfies legal formalities.Even unregistered agreements are legally valid provided it is duly stamped and in accordance with the provisions of the contract act. 

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Kiran (manager)     13 July 2011

Thanks a lot Sir

himanshu harbola (Comp. Sec.)     14 July 2011

u have to refer S. 17 of the indian registration act whereby ceritain deeds and agreements r mandatorily required to b registered....ppl skip registeration by serveral act just to avoid stamp duty or registration cost involved......

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VENKATARAMANI (professional)     15 July 2011

Why shud an agreement be notarised?

Attestation of an agreement by independent witness/s is enough, I thought.

MANISH KUMAR GUPTA (JE)     26 January 2013

what is registered agreement of land


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