Frequently Asked Questions
In general, property papers are checked in two situations: first, during a purchase, and second, during a lease. Property papers are verified to make sure that there have been no frauds or misrepresentations of the property, and it also aids in the peaceful ownership of the property.
The first step you should do when deciding to buy a property or commercially lease a property is to get the property paperwork reviewed by a property legal professional.
The property verification will be performed by an expert real estate attorney.
The Sale Deed paperwork was formerly returned after 4 months, but thanks to computerization, a copy is now accessible the same day.