What is Property Paper Verification?
Planning to buy a property? Or Already paid the advance for it. Be aware that due diligence and awareness of your rights can certainly protect you against unscrupulous practices by developers/builders. In an industry that still lacks transparency, it is best to get your property papers inspected by a professional property Lawyer before buying any property.
Why should you get it done?
- Right information about the property
- Informed decision making
- Be confident about your property
- Peace of mind assured.
How does it work?
- Collect all your documents and share. You can upload or we can arrange a physical pickup.
- Property Expert Lawyers will analyse every single document.
- If there is any missing link, Lawyer will notify it.
- Dedicated consultation with the Lawyer on phone about your property papers.
- Documents in vernacular language will be acceptable. Expert Property Lawyer will study them.
Key documents for your property to be verified?
some of the key documents you should have:
- Agreement to sell
- Absolute sale deed and title deed
- Khata certificate
- Receipt of property tax
- Encumbrance certificate
- Occupancy certificate
- Statement from bank if loan outstanding
- Non-objection certificates
- Sanctioned building plan by statutory authority
- Power of Attorney/s, if any
- Senior Property Lawyers will do a detailed verification of your property papers
- Check if there is any missing or required document.
- 45 minutes consultation call to understand about the property.
- Experts will advise if there is any discrepancy and suggest the best way ahead.
- Documents in all vernacular language are acceptable.
I have so many documents. How will GoLegal collect the documents from me?
You can upload the documents after making a payment on the site. We can arrange a local pickup of the documents from your address.
What if I have partial documents right now?
How long will it take to get a final report on the title search?
Will I be getting a written report for the document review?
Will lawyer also verify Government records?