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Trans­fer of lease deed: Trans­fer of lease deed is valid only when the landown­ing agency al­lows the lessee to fur­ther ex­e­cute such a deed. With­out per­mis­sion of the owner, the lessee can’t trans­fer the lease to an­other party

GPA/ATS/will: After the Supreme Court judg­ment on Oc­to­ber 11, 2011, peo­ple should not buy any lease­hold DDA apart­ment through gen­eral power of at­tor­ney, agree­ment to sell and will be­cause DDA will not hon­our such doc­u­ments. Then, con­ver­sion from lease­hold to free­hold will not be done

Ma­nip­u­lat­ing khasra num­ber: Realty ex­perts say that a num­ber of home­buy­ers are ma­nip­u­lat­ing khasra (iden­ti­fi­ca­tion) num­ber to avoid penalty and get their prop­erty reg­is­tered. Buy­ing such prop­er­ties is risky

No­tarised GPA: Any trans­fer of prop­erty through no­tarised gen­eral power of at­tor­ney is il­le­gal in Delhi. It doesn’t con­fer any rights on a home­buyer. This mode of sale is quite preva­lent in unau­tho­rised colonies in Delhi

Un­reg­is­tered doc­u­ments: If a prop­erty trans­ac­tion takes place with­out the said trans­ac­tion be­ing reg­is­tered at a sub-reg­is­trar’s of­fice, its va­lid­ity can be ques­tioned. Al­ways re­mem­ber that the land/apart­ment reg­is­tra­tion is a deed of trans­ac­tion and not reg­is­tra­tion of ti­tle

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