Sale Deed

The agreement between you and the other party should cover comprehensively the terms on which the sale will take place and the date on which the sale will be completed.

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Sale Deed

What is a Sale Deed?

A sale deed is a legal document that showcases the transfer of title, rights, and ownership of a property from a seller to a buyer.

It is the most important document that legally reports the proof for the buyer and seller. It is an essential document for both the buyer or the transferee and the seller or the transferor. The purchase or sale of the property is not legally complete until a sale deed is signed between the buyer and the seller. Normally, a sale deed is signed only after both the parties are satisfied and comply with the terms and conditions.

Advantages of a Sale Deed

Protects Parties
The deed protect the rights of both the buyer and the seller. A specific, well-drafted deed will avoid ambiguity and minimise legal risks.

Defines The Area
For the buyer, a key advantage is having on paper a well-defined description of the property that is being purchased, including the square footage and the location.

There are few additional benefits of a sale deed which is as follows:

As a sale deed concludes the sale into a legal document, it is enforceable by the law.
A sale deed reduces troubles as all money due can be specified in the document. This makes the process of sale more stable and comfortable.
Additionally, it assures that your property is not taken for granted given the existence of a registered and stamped legal document.

What does a sale deed contain?

    • It involves the full name of the buyer and their address.
    • Details of the property under sales such as its id number, its exact location, the address, whole area of the property and the detail of the construction if it is a house.
    • Sale deed would require the seller to check that the property on the sale is free from every obstacle.
    • If there is an existing loan taken against the property, the seller should settle the loan and then only proceed with the sale deed. The buyer, on the other hand, should examine the originals of the documents before registration.
    • The total amount to be paid for the purchase or sale of the property, the advance amount should be paid. If any, the dates on which the payment is done, how it is paid, the time is given for the payments, the details of the bank transactions of the payment, etc are needed.
    • The sale deed will mention the receipt published by the seller to the buyer for the money received towards the sale transaction.
    • The exact handover date will also have to be specified when the seller is giving the property to the buyer.
    • The draft of the sale deed will have the payment requirements for the purchaser and the seller.

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What is the process for getting a sale deed?

    • The lawyers should be in contact to understand the requirement in detail.
    • The basic information would be required from your end to start the process.
    • Once all the information is provided and the payment is received, the lawyers will start working on your document.
    • Additionally, you will get the first draft of your legal document within a few working days.
    • You can evaluate the document and in case of any modifications, you can intimate for the corrections.

Requirements of a Sale Deed

    • The sale deed must specify the name and address of the buyers and the sellers.
    • There must be a complete address of the property and a description of the property should be mentioned.
    • The sale price consideration accepted between the buyer and the seller must be specified in the sale deed. That is, the amount which the buyer has to pay on the execution of sale deed must be mentioned in the sale deed.
    • Additionally, if the advance amount is paid already, it must be mentioned in the sale deed.
    • The mode of payment must be mentioned.
    • The sale deed must stipulate the time when the title of the property will get transferred to the buyer. All the documents that are related to the property must also be handed over to the buyer.
    • Ensure that the title of the property is available from any deviation.
    • A sale deed is not legally binding unless it is enrolled in the sub-registrar office. Both the buyer and the seller including the witness must be there at the registrar office on the date for the enrollment of the deed.
    • The stamp duty and registration charges have to be paid for making the registration done.

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What is the cancellation of a sale deed?

The sale deed is the most important piece of paper required for a property purchase. It has to be produced in original as it established the ownership of the title of the property.

    • The extract-It is an essential document for the registration of a new property. It is also needed if you want to transfer the ownership of the property at a later stage.
    • General Power of Attorney-This document is required to verify whether the sale or purchase of a particular property is being done. It is made by an established person on behalf of the owner of the property. The original document must be given for getting a home loan.
    • Copy of Building Plan- A buyer must get a copy of the building plan approved by the statutory body. This is to state that the structure of the property is legal and is made according to the set of rules and regulations.
    • No Objection Certificates- There are as many as 19 NOCs that have to be acquired by a developer from different authorities while building a housing project. However, the number varies based on state rules.
    • Allotment Letter- It is required for getting a home loan. It is issued by the developer or the housing authority member. It states the description of the property and the details of the amount paid by the buyer to the developer. The allotment letter is given to the letterhead of the authority while a sale agreement is documented on a stamp paper.
    • Sale agreement-It includes all kinds of documents, terms, and conditions, the possession date, the payment plan, the specifications, etc.
    • Possession Letter-This document is presented to the buyer by the developer. The original copy of this document should be presented.
    • Payment Receipts- Collect the original payment receipts from the developer if you are buying a new property. If you are buying a resale property, request for a copy of receipts from the seller to be given to the bank.
    • Property Tax Receipt-Property owners have to pay taxes. Ensure that the previous owner had paid property taxes and there are no pending due. It helps in providing the legal status of the property.
    • Encumbrance Certificate-It is expected to declare that the property does not have any pending legal dues or mortgages.
    • Completion Certificate-These papers establish the fact that the building is constructed according to an approved plan.
    • Occupancy Certificate-It is confirmed by the local authority to the developer to establish the building. It is done to check whether it is finally ready to be occupied and the construction has been done according to the plan approved.

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FAQs on Sale Deed

A sale deed acts as the main legal document for confirming sale and transfer of ownership of property in support of the buyer, from the seller.
The owner of the property will prepare the sale deed. They have the right to prepare and alter the sale deed. So, it is one of the most important documents in buying or selling a home.
The buyer is the one who pays the stamp duty and the registration charges. The seller needs to clear all the payments that are related to the property. The property might be property tax, water, and electricity charges before the sale deed is signed.
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