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Property Registration

According to the Indian Registration Act, 1908, it is mandatory to register a property before transferring with the Registrar in India. The right to legally obtain the transferred immovable property is acquired through registration. The Department of Revenue deals with the registration of immovable properties in West Bengal. The purpose and procedure for registering a property in West Bengal have been discussed below in detail.

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Purpose of Registration of Property

Property registration is a mandatory step in property transfer in India. There are several benefits of property registration. The benefits are mentioned below in detail.

  • 1) Property registration provides a guarantee of the genuineness and authentication of the property.
  • 2) It offers the opportunity to afford publicity to transactions.
  • 3) Property registration prevents fraudulent activities, conservation of evidence, and transfer of the owner’s title.
  • 4) It helps in maintaining a complete track of the public records of the property.
  • 5) Property registration offers the facility to determine whether a property has been sold already.
  • 6) It offers security to the title deeds. In case the original property deeds get lost, property registration proves the authentication of the title.

Documents required for Property Registration

The following documents are required for registering property.

  • 1) Aadhaar card/Voter card/PAN card/ Passport/Driving License or other identity proof of the parties.
  • 2) Assessment slip containing the market value and charge-ability of stamp duty and registration fees. Stamp duty is a percentage of the transaction value. The percentage of stamp duty is imposed by the State Government during the registration of any property.
  • 3) PAN card or duty filled form 60 are required to be submitted along with identity proof and address proof of the parties.
  • 4) Principal documents are required to be submitted when the present document is supplementary to the principal documents.
  • 5) Particulars of the stamp duty and registration fee payment are to be submitted.
  • 6) In case, the riot is being transferred from a Scheduled Tribe person to a non-Schedule Tribe person, permission needs to be obtained from a competent authority.

Market Value of the Land

The market value of the land during a property transaction in West Bengal can be calculated by the applicant by following the steps mentioned below.

  • 1) The market value of land can be viewed by visiting the market value page of the West Bengal revenue department.
  • 2) Next, you have to enter the relevant details of the land on the market value page and click on the option of "Display Market Value".
  • 3) The market value of the land will be displayed on the screen.

Property Registration Process

The following steps will provide detailed information about the property registration process in West Bengal.

  • 1) First, you have to visit the official website of the West Bengal Government.
  • 2) The next step is e-Requisition form filling. In this step, the application has to fill up the e-form for calculating the market value of the land. The stamp duty and the registration fees have to be paid for the purpose.
  • 3) The e-assessment slip and the mutation fee are generated in this step.
  • 4) In this step, the applicant needs to pay the stamp duty and the registration fees by entering the query number and the query year.
  • 5) Next, the applicant has to click the "Check query status" option.
  • 6) Next, the applicant has to enter the query number and the query year and then click on the "submit" button.
  • 7) In the next step, the kiosk at the Registrar office generates the token.
  • 8) In the eighth step, the deed is required to be presented. The applicant is required to present the Deed of the property at the registration offices. The e-Assessment slip, the proof of payment, and the token for the queue are also required to be presented at the office.
  • 9) The system calculates the total number of pages in the deed and it registers the Scribe's details in this step. It also determines the number of impressed stamp paper.
  • 10) The serial of the Deed is generated by the system.
  • 11) In the next step, the payment verification is done. The e-payment procedure is completed in this step along with capturing the photograph, fingerprint and signature of the applicant.
  • 12) This step is for Deed approval. The Deed is scanned for verification and approved by the concerned registration authority with a digital signature.
  • 13) In the final step, the applicant receives the registered Deed of the property. The deed can be downloaded online from the website.

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