As per your query it is understood that you need information regarding the SRA property.
There are certain rules and regulations issued by the SRA when it comes to buying or selling SRA flats:
There is a lock-in period on the beneficiary, preventing him from selling the allotted SRA flat for 10 years.
If the property is sold after 10 years, the state government is entitled to get a share in the sale value. This component is called transaction fee, which is deemed necessary at the time of property registration. This is equivalent to the stamp duty or Rs 1 lakh, whichever is more.
The SRA flat can be bought only by a domicile certificate holder. Also, the family should not own any other unit within Mumbai’s suburban areas.
The original seller cannot buy any SRA flat.
The buyer should belong to the economically weaker section (EWS), lower-income group (LIG) or the middle-income group (MIG).
The sale deed will be created in the name of both, the husband and wife. No partnership firms or organisations are allowed to purchase SRA flats.
Even if the stamp duty procedure is completed it is still risky. Already many of the people to whom SRA flats were allotted have sold the flats in the lock in period and debate is still going on about how to take action against them and against the people who are illegally residing in the SRA flats.
There can be future complications in your case as you have purchased the shop in lock in period.
Hope it helps!