Can a document be registered at two or more places or at two or more states or it must be registered at one place only. Can a document be registered at two or more places or at two or more states or it must be registered at one place only.

Can a document be registered at two or more places or at two or more states or it must be registered at one place only.

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Posted 4 months ago


A. Hello Sir
A document cannot be registered at two places. It is a valid document once it get registered anywhere. Although a better advice could be given if you could provide with what type of document it is.
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What is the process to do the property registration at lawyers chamber instead of going to the sub registrar office What is the process to do the property registration at lawyers chamber instead of going to the sub registrar office

What is the process to do the property registration at lawyers chamber instead of going to the sub registrar office

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Posted 5 months ago


A. As such there is no process or orocedure to get the registration of property at the lawyer's Chamber. Registry if property is bound to be executed before registrar where property is situated on proper stamp paper assessed in terms of value of property.

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Insertion of special clause in the Sale Deed Insertion of special clause in the Sale Deed

Request your input We (me and my husband) want to purchase a flat in Uttar Pradesh under both our names. While preparing the sale deed, we want to include a clause, which states that - “The both p

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Posted 5 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
My answers are as follows:

1. Is it admissible as per law.
Ans: Instead of including such clause you may execute a Will in favour of each other and say that 50% of your respective shares may devolve on surviving spouse. Thus, it can exclude the rights of parents and legal heirs of deceased spouse.

2. Can this above clause be contested for an annulment in the court by any family member?
Ans: It cannot be considered and contested for annulment.

3. Also, if anyone can suggest a bette ...ReadMore

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Late in service by Munsi of Registry Office Late in service by Munsi of Registry Office

A dastawejnawis(munsi) of registry office katihar taken Rs 70000 for depositing chalan of e-stamp, but he had taken more than two months in doing this work. He intentionally commted this crime, with t

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Posted 6 months ago


A. Hi,
You can take the simpler approach of withdrawing your request from the munsi. You don't need to be affixed to the services of that particular munsi only. You may also file a complaint to his superior.
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Posted 7 months ago


A. Dear Sir
You may approach concerned panchayath/ mandal and get such certificate if denied in writing then approach High court.

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In 1995 A sale deed was executed on the behalf of Holder of general power of attorney but sale deed did not get registered due to difficiency of stamp and sale deed was impounded by sub registrar and

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Posted 7 months ago


A. principal (POA executor) instead of agent (POA holder) have to register now.

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Posted 7 months ago


A. our law channel "Complete Law Shield" on youtube is there which is also not registered.


After success and charging fees you can register NPO.

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Regarding our farm field a Regarding our farm field a

We are 4 brothers .my father is dead.how shall we distribute our field legally

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Posted 8 months ago


A. Hi,
A partition deed could be made to divide the property among your brothers and you.

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I am planning to buy a flat in hyderabad. Actual Owner stays in Dubai. Owner states that he will make an SPA to his relative and I can go to registration through SPA holder. Please help me if this is

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Posted 8 months ago


A. make SPA for registration only, not for selling.

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Posted 11 months ago


A. Hi,
The Sub-Registrar's office will amend the schedule in the original deed and then provide a new deed for the newly sold portion of the property.
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