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Title Check

Title Check is the first and the most important step before you buy a property. Title check involves examination of your property documents from the Government records to determine and confirm property's legal ownership.

Title search or property title check is the process of retrieving property documents and evidencing history of the property, to determine latest ownership status.

Why should you get it done?

  • Right information about the property
  • Informed decision making
  • Be confident about your property
  • Peace of mind assured

Property Title Check: How We Work

  • Step 1: Property Document Collection

    All the property papers will be collected.

  • Step 2: Review & Analysis

    Senior Property Lawyer will analyse & prepare detailed report.

  • Step 3: Detailed Consultation

    Your consultation call with Senior property lawyer to discuss your property report.

  • Step 3: Delivery

    Your detailed property verification report will be delivered in 5-7 days.

Property Report Process:

  • Email all the documents or it can be picked up from your address
  • A detailed review of all the documents by a Senior property Lawyer
  • Verifying property details with the Government records.
  • Creating a continuity of the property paper trail and identifying missing papers if there are any
  • Creating a detailed verification report with senior property lawyer’s observation

After the report is generated, you will get a dedicated time slot with the senior property lawyer who will clarify all your doubts and help you understand the report in detail. All this is just within 5-7 days.

Documents needs to be verified before
Title Verification

  • Ownership Details At Sub-Registrar Office
  • Khata/Patta or Mutation Certificate
  • Encumbrance Certificate
  • Mother Deed
  • Tax Paid Receipts
  • Conversion Certificate
  • Plan Approval

We can assist you with all aspects of your purchase/sale of a property – right from the drafting of the agreement to sell, up to the registration. Get property documents verified by our lawyers.

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Frequently asked questions

No, its not mandatory to register a will. However, if it is registered with the sub-registrar under the Indian Registration Act, 1908, it reduces the chances of being challenged after the death of the maker.

Any individual owning property must create a will. The purpose of a will is to give the property owner control over its distribution. With a will, the transfer of property in the name of the people the testator provides becomes easier. In case the testator has children who are minors, he or she can mention a name for the children's care in the will.
Property success is a common conflict among family members or relatives of a dead person. With a will, such conflicts can be avoided. The testator can also donate their property to charity if they wish.

When writing the will, specify the executor, the list of properties and assets you own, and who you wish to benefit. The will should be signed by you as well as two witnesses. You should not be a minor, of sound mind, and not be forced by anyone, and this should be stated in the will too.

A WILL registration that has previously been signed by both parties and witnessed might be recorded even after the testator has passed away. Before the sub-registrar office, claimants must provide an original copy of the testator's will along with the testator's death certificate, and witnesses must also be present. If the officer is happy with the documents and thinks they are accurate, a will may be registered. However, if the testator passes away, the officer can start the ‘will enquiry’ process.

There is no prescribed form of a WILL. In order for it to be effective, it needs to be properly signed and attested. It must be initialled by the testator at the end of every page and next to any correction and alteration

Yes! Movable property is covered under WILL.
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