Property Registration is the process of registering the property one owns in a government office to notify the government and law enforcement agencies that the property rightly belongs to the person. The office wherein one registers his or her property is called as the Property registration Office. The documents are submitted in the property office and the registration of documents is made under the provisions of the Registration act, 1908. All documents of movable/immovable properties are required to be submitted under sections 17 and 18 of the Registration Act, 1908.The documents that are to be submitted include documents verifying address proof which would include the electricity bill or telephone bill, PAN Card, DD or cash for the stamp duty and registration fee and passport size photographs, khata or tax receipt issued by the BBMP or corporation, Sanction plan or conversion certificate if the property is on converted land, title deed or allotment order of possession certificate or sales document, if the property is allotted by the government or agencies, declaration under Karnataka Stamp Rules 1977. People could buy/sell properties by notifying concerned officials at the property registration office and can also register new properties. As such, there is a slight difference between the documents produced for sale of property and purchase of property. With the huge population of the country taken into consideration, the government has set up property registration offices in many areas in Bangalore. Per se, there is no office to register property in the mainland area of Sarjapur but the closest is located at Koramangla which is close to Sarjapur in Bangalore. The Sub Registrar office is located in the 2nd Floor, BDA complex, 7th cross, 3rd block in koramangla.
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