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Procedure for Registration of Gift Deed of Immovable Property in Indore

Procedure for Registration of Gift Deed of Immovable Property in Indore

Gifting an immovable property like a house or land in Indore involves a mandatory registration process to make it legally binding and enforceable. Here’s a step-by-step guide to navigate the process smoothly:

1. Drafting the Gift Deed:

  • Consult a lawyer to draft the deed, ensuring it includes:
    • Details of the donor (gifter) and donee (receiver).
    • Clear description of the property – location, survey number, area, etc.
    • Value of the property for stamp duty calculation.
    • Nature of the gift (absolute or conditional).
    • Witness signatures and addresses.
    • Signatures of the donor and donee.

2. Paying Stamp Duty:

  • Calculate the stamp duty based on the property’s market value. You can use the online calculator on the Madhya Pradesh Registration Department website
  • Pay the stamp duty online through the e-stamping portal or offline at authorized banks or collection centers.

3. Registering the Gift Deed:

  • Visit the Sub-Registrar’s office where the property is located.
  • Submit the following documents:
    • Original gift deed.
    • Proof of payment of stamp duty.
    • Proof of identity and address for the donor and donee (Aadhaar card, PAN card, Voter ID, etc.).
    • Property documents (title deeds, survey map, etc.).
    • Witness affidavits.
  • Pay the registration fee.
  • The Sub-Registrar will verify the documents and signatures.
  • Once approved, the deed will be registered in the land records, making the transfer official.

Additional Tips:

  • Get the property title deed verified by a lawyer before drafting the gift deed.
  • Consider registering the gift deed within four months of execution to avoid penalty fees.
  • Ensure both the donor and donee understand the implications of the gift deed before signing.
  • Keep copies of all documents for future reference.

Here are some helpful resources:

  • Madhya Pradesh Registration Department website
  • E-stamping portal
  • Sample gift deed format

By following these steps and utilizing the provided resources, you can ensure a smooth and successful registration of your gift deed in Indore.

Remember, this information is for general guidance only and may not be a substitute for professional legal advice.

Adcocate J.S. Rohilla (Civil & Criminal Lawyer in Indore)

Contact: 88271 22304

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