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Vinod Kumar (Advocate)     18 July 2010

Property registration without ID Card

I understand that while selling and buying a property, at the time of registration a valid ID card of the purchaser and the seller is to be submitted to the SRO. 

The peculiar scenario i've come across  is as follows:

The Registrar has accepted registration on the assurance of the seller that his valid id would be submitted on the next day. However the seller has not submitted an ID copy and now the registrar is in soup. Could anyone tell what would happen now?

Can the registrar reject the registration for lack of id proof?

Can the registrar be proceeded against for registering a document without id proof?

Can a case be filed against the seller on the assumed grounds that he has tried to cheat the Registry?


 2 Replies

A V Vishal (Advocate)     18 July 2010

Once registered then even the SRO has no power to cancel the registration, he can do it only on motion of both the contracting parties.

Anil Agrawal (Retired)     18 July 2010

Cases are not filed on assumptions. It is SRO's baby to sort out his problem.

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