Ans. The following steps are involved in regisration process:
i) All details about value of property as per Collector’s rate, charges to be paid in the shape of stamp duty, registration fee, service charges and format of the instruments can be obtained from the HARIS counter in the Sub- Registrar/Joint Sub Registrar’s office where the property is situated.
ii) Based on the value of the property at Collector’s rate, stamp papers up to Rs. 10,000/- can be purchased from the stamp vendors. If the instruments require stamp papers of more than Rs. 10,000/- the executant has to obtain the stamp papers from the treasury office by depositing the amount in the State Bank of India under head “ 0030-Stamp and Registration”.
iii) After purchase of stamp paper(s) the document has to be written by himself/herself or by the document writer and executed in the presence of two witnesses. Necessary enclosures like copy of title deed, copy of Jamabandi, map, plan, digital photograph etc have to be enclosed with the document. The document has to be presented before the concerned Sub-Registrar/Joint Sub Registrar in whose jurisdiction the property is situated. The Sub Registrar/Joint Sub Registrar is to scruitinise the document and amount of Stamp duty, registration fee and service chages through computerized HARIS system.
iv) Thereafter executant has to appear before the Sub Registrar/Joint Sub-Registrar for admission of the document. Two witnesses are required to be present before the Sub Registrar/Joint Sub Registrar to authenticate the identity of the executant. The Sub Registar/Joint Sub Registrar endorses the admission of executant after following the prescribed procedure and, thereafter, he will add registration certificate on the document through computerized HARIS system. At the final stage of registration the copy of the document is to be pasted in the concerned Book and the original document is returned to the claimant on the same day or the next day.