Frequently Asked Questions
The estimated time depends on the sub-registrar office and the volume of property registrations handled by that office. Generally, it takes 3 to 7 days for lawyers to schedule property meetings with the neighborhood sub registrar’s office after you submit your paperwork to JusticeJockey.
No, you should pay the stamp duty individually. A lawyer will assist you in getting it.
A JusticeJockey will make appointments and handle other procedures, but you must be in person at the sub registrar’s office on the day of your registration appointment.