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Jay Nadar   23 September 2015

Transfer of property

I own a Flat in Mumbai, 1st name is mine and 2nd holder name is my father's. Now, my father wishes to transfer this property solely in my name. My property is on a bank home loan, the original documents are with the Bank.

My father is a retired person and now he wishes to transfer the ownership to me completely.

Iam from Mumbai, please advise me with the best process to get the ownership transferred.



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srishti jain   29 July 2021

As per the scenario you have mentioned, the best way to transfer the ownership is via gift.

A gift deed is a document that transfers property to another owner as a gift. A Gift Deed is valid only when it is without any consideration. According to Section 17 of the Registration Act, 1908, it is mandatory to register Gift Deed. 

The transfer of house property as a Gift has to be backed by a registered instrument or document. It is to be signed by your father, attested by at least two eyewitnesses.

 A gift deed must also be registered in the sub-registrar’s office. The registrar will ensure that proper stamp duty has been affixed on the gift deed when it is presented for registration. As soon as the gift deed is registered, your father will lose his ownership over the gifted house.

Hope it helps,

Regards,

Srishti


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