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Sale Deed


At the time of purchasing a property, a Sale Deed is required to be executed between the seller and the purchaser to complete the transaction. MyAdvo will help you draft and register a sale deed through an expert property lawyer.

Steps involved in transfer of property by way of Sale Deed

Understanding your requirement
MyAdvo will send you a questionnaire and a checklist of documents to understand your requirements. You can also talk to a MyAdvo Sale Deed Expert regarding your requirements.
Based on your responses, the lawyer will draft the Sale Deed within 3 working days for your review and approval.
Printing of Sale Deed

After you’ve approved the Sale Deed draft, the Sale Deed will be printed on a non-judicial stamp paper.

Fixing an appointment with the sub-registrar
The lawyer will take an appointment with the sub-registrar’s office under whose jurisdiction the property is situated.
Registration of Sale Deed
You along with two witnesses and the lawyer will visit the office of the sub-registrar to sign the document and get it registered by paying the registration fees.
Registered Sale Deed
Once the deed is signed and registration charges are paid, the registered sale deed shall be issued by the sub-registrar's office.

Required Documents

  • Draft of Sale Deed
  • Power of Attorney, if any
  • Building Plan sanctioned by the Statutory Authority
  • Allotment Letter from the Builder/Co-Operative Society/Housing Board
  • All title documents of property owner
  • A Copy of all registered previous agreements (in case of resale property)
  • Latest tax paid receipts
  • Latest electricity bill & receipt for the said property (in case of resale property)
  • NOC from Apartment Association (in case of resale property)
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Why MyAdvo?

Pool of expert property lawyers who have experience in drafting and registration of Sale Deeds
Dedicated case manager to provide you with timely updates
Payment is fixed in the beginning and you are not hassled by the lawyer
Dedicated portal to manage your case documents and communicating directly with the lawyer

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