It contains important details like registration number, the office where it was registered, the date, time, Ready reckoner value, Details about the property, its area, address, buyer details, seller details etc.
Many a times, mistakes are made in this document while entering the data before registration or during registration (while entering data). This can be due to the error/mistake by the person entering the data in the registration office.
The most common mistake is the date of execution and date of registration…
The execution date is the date on which the document is signed by all the parties to the sale agreement/Sale deed.
The date of Registration is the date on which the parties visit the registration office and register the document, get their photographs taken and thumb imprints taken.
Often, even the people at the registration office are unaware of what is to be done once such a mistake has been detected. Even advocates are sometimes unaware of what is to be done. Most think that a rectification deed (new document) will have to be made specifying the mistake made in the index 2 and get it registered (just like the previous document). For this the parties will have to visit the registration office once again.
The format of the same in given below.
The entire process takes 4-6 months as the document is routed first to the District registrars office and then to NIC in Pune for update of records.
NOTE : This is only for correction in the Index 2 and not the agreement copy scanned into govt records. The details written in the agreement should match with what is entered in the Index 2. No changes can be made in the registered agreement except via a Rectification Deed.
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