Registration Made Easy:User Manual
GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH
REGISTRATION AND STAMPS DEPARTMENT
CHAPTER-1 :USER GUIDELINES
The public data entry module consists of the provisions of Document preparation, Data Entry, Online payment and Slot Booking facilities i.e., tentative time of visiting the office for registration to the registering public. This enables the registering public to provide/enter the details of information for the required document before it is presented for registration before the concerned Sub-Registrar.
The registering public can utilize this facility to provide accurate details so that proper indexes are created, thereby leading to creation of correct encumbrances on the properties.
In the public data entry module, some fields are mandatory and some fields are optional.
The public data entry module consists of three types of inputs:
Advantages in the Public Data Entry Module:
CHAPTER - 2Steps to follow before buying a property
1- Checking the Encumbrances on the property from department Website:
2 -Checking the Title of the property through Webland:
3-Checking the prohibitory list of properties from
4- Market Value and Duty Fee payments:
CHAPTER-3 :Preparation of document:
After ensuring that there are no encumbrances on the property, on verification of title, verification of prohibited properties list and on assessing the market value and the duties to be paid, the buyer may go for preparation of document for registration with the following components.
Name of the deed: The naming of the deed or document depends on how the recital in the document transfers the ownership of the property or the transfer of the title.
Parties to the sale deed: A deed must start with clear description of the parties with their names, age and addresses and must be competent to enter into a contract and must be duly signed and executed with bona-fide intention.
Property:The property of the sale deed should be described properly as per Section 21 of Registration Act to sufficiently identify it to know the exact location where the property is situated. It should include its identification number, area, structure details if any and boundaries with measurements to the property.
Sale consideration: The amount agreed between the buyer and seller must be included in the sale consideration clause. This is the amount that the buyer agrees to pay to the seller during the sale deed execution. The sale amount should be stated clearly on the deed, as it was agreed upon. The mode of payment namely through cheque, cash or DD, RTGS/NEFT must be mentioned along with the consent of the seller to accept it in the form. If any advance payment is made to the seller, then it should be mentioned in the sale deed clearly. The remaining amount payable must also be written in the document.
Terms and conditions of transferring the title:
Transferring of the Title The sale deed should mention when the property title shall be transferred to the buyer. Once the title has been transferred, all related rights shall pass onto the buyer.
Possession Delivery A clause in the sale deed must bear the information that the possession of the property shall be transferred to the buyer by the seller after completion of the registration process. The sale deed should state the actual date of delivery of possession.
Indemnity Provision This clause should state that the seller should clear all statutory charges such as electricity bill, property tax, water bills, maintenance charges and all other dues prior to the sale deed execution.
Default Clause Sale deed should ideally bear a clause that if there is any default on the part of the buyer or seller, and then the party defaulting shall have to pay a penalty to the non-offending party so that the execution of the sale deed is not affected.
Execution: Once the sale deed is prepared all parties of the deed shall execute it by affixing their thumb impressions or full signatures. Each page should be signed. Any erasure, alteration, addition or deletion has to be authenticated by full signature of the parties. Execution of the sale deed requires to be witnessed by two attesting witnesses. The witnesses shall give their full particulars and addresses and to be authenticated by their full signatures. Registration: As per the provisions of Section 17 of the Registration Act 1908, a tangible immovable property is compulsorily registerable if the value of such property exceeds rupees 100/-. The deed after the execution must be presented before the jurisdictional sub registrar within four months from the date of execution. For the registration to be done, both the parties should be present in person or through their duly authorized representatives.All the duties have to be paid by the purchaser for getting the registration done.
CHAPTER - 4 DOCUMENTS PREPARATION THROUGH ONLINE
Step 1 : How to initiate the document preparation process
Step 2: How to add the parties to the Document
Step 3: How to add Schedule of the property and pay the duties
Step 4: How to add terms and conditions among the parties
Step 5:How to finish the document.
Step 6: How to book a slot for registration i.e., tentative time of visiting the office.
User Manual-Citizen Interface
This User Manual on Document preparation and generation of document through online guides the Registering Public in step by step procedure with relevant screen shots facilitatingto easily prepare their document without dependency on the middlemen.
Step 1: How to initiate the document preparation.
Step 2: How to add the parties to the Document.
Step 3: How to add Schedule of the property, Witnesses and pay the duties.
Step 4: How to add terms and conditions among the parties.
1) Copy of Power of Attorney
2) Copy of Board Resolution, in case of Firm/ Company.
Step 5: How to finish the document.
Step 6: How to book a slot for registration