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Haryana Property Registration – Procedure and Stamp Duty

Haryana Property Registration

All transactions that involve the sale of immovable property should be registered in India to ensure the transfer of clean title to the owner. The registration of a property consists of the preparation of documents and paying the applicable stamp duty registration charges for the sale deed to be legally recorded at the Sub-registrar’s office. In this article, we look at the procedure for Haryana property registration with stamp duty charges.

Purpose of Property Registration (Deed Registration)

Transfer of immovable property can only be effected by way of registration. Registration of a document of transfer of immovable property provides the following benefits:

  • By registering property, the document of transfer will be a permanent public record
  • Any person can inspect a public record, and a certified copy can be obtained from the office of Sub-Registrar
  • Registration of a document is giving information to the general public that the owner has transferred the immovable property to the buyer.
  • If a person plans to buy an immovable property, he can verify the record-index available in the Sub-Registrar office. He can verify in whose name the last transfer deed has been registered.

Documents Required for Property Registration

For registering property, the following documents must be submitted to the Registrar.

  • Proof of ownership
    • Certified copy of original old sale deed or assessment of MC or Mutation
  • Proof of identification
    • Ration Card, Voter ID, Driving License, Aadhaar Card, PAN Card or Identity Card
  • Verification of GPA from where it has been registered in case it has been registered out of state only
  • NOC
  • ID Proof of two witness parties
  • Map plan and description of immovable property
  • Digital photograph of property (building or plot)
  • In the case of release deed: Mutation of virasat for identification of the ancestral property.

Stamp Duty in Haryana

Stamp duty is a legal tax payable in full and acts as a proof for any sale or purchase of a property. Rates of stamp duty of various transactions in Haryana are tabulated here:

 

Transaction

Rate of stamp duty
Rural area

Urban area

Conveyance Deed, Sale Deed or Certificate

of Sale.

 

 

 

5%

7% (Including 2% of Municipality duty

2% exemption of S.D. on instruments

of sale executed in favour of women in

rural or urban)

Gift Deed, Mortgage Deed with Possession

 

3%

 

5%

Mortgage Deed without Possession, Settlement Deed, Partition Deed

1.5%

 

1.5%

Special Power of Attorney

Rs. 100

Rs. 100

General Power of AttorneyRs. 300

Rs. 300

Exchange of Property

5%

7%

Affidavit

Rs. 10

Rs. 10

Security Bond, Release of Ancestral, Property, Surrender of the lease.

Rs. 15

Rs. 15

Partnership Deed

Rs. 22.5

Rs. 22.5

Trust Deed

Rs. 45

Rs. 45

Adoption Deed

Rs. 37.50

Rs. 37.50

Equitable Mortgage or deposit of title deed, pawn or pledge

0.2445% if such loan is repayable on demand or in more than three months. 0.12225% if such loan is repayable in not more than three months.

Calculate Stamp Duty on Jamabandi

The user can calculate stamp duty for a property transaction on the Jamabandi website by following the steps below:

Step 1: To view the applicable stamp duties visit the stamp duty page of Jamabandi web portal

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Step 2: Enter transaction value in rupee

Step 3: The user has to select municipality and gender

Step 4: Then click on calculate. Amount of stamp duty and registration fee will be shown.

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Procure E-Stamp Online

After viewing the applicable fee, the user needs to procure an E-Stamp online for registration. Visit e-Gras web portal. Login into the portal and make the necessary steps to obtain E-Stamp.

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Deed Registration Appointment Slots Availability Checking

The need to take an e-appointment before registration of property.

Step 1: To check available slots for an appointment, visit the Jamabandi portal.

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Step 2: The user has to select the district name, Tehsil and enter the date.

Step 3: Now available slots will be displayed

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Step 4: The user can now make e- appointments for registration. At the time of appointment, the E-Stamp details are to be entered on the appointment slip.

After taking the e-appointment, the user can visit the sub Tehsil office or the SRO office with the required documents listed above.aa

Procedure for Registering a Deed

Haryana property deed registration guidelines are provided below:

Step 1: Visit the Jamabandi website to download the desired deed.

Sample Copy of the sale deed is here.

Haryana Property Registration

Step 2: Fill all details in the deed.

Note: The deeds are available in both format PDF and Word. The word format can be edited on a computer. Deeds in PDF format can be printed, and necessary fields can be filled. Registered deed writers can also prepare deeds in respective Tehsil.

Step 3: Visit the Sub Registrar office on the requisite date and time. Registration clerk forwards deeds to Sub-Registrar.

Step 4: Once the Sub-Registrar marked the deed, it will be fetched into the HARIS and deed data, and the photograph of the buyer will be recorded in the system.

HALRIS– Haryana Land Record Integrated System where the database of land records for the entire state of Haryana is maintained. Once the deeds are registered, the entries are mapped HALRIS.

Step 5: While Registering in HARIS, the desk officer will update the seller or buyer details and the E- Stamp number to update the transaction fees. Once the details are entered, the real-time photograph is captured.

Step6: Once the deed is registered in HARIS, the SRO officer will regularize the deed by obtaining the Biometrics of the buyer and seller.

Step 7:  After regularizing the deed, the registry of the land is printed with pictures of the seller, buyer, and witnesses along with signatures.

Step 8: The registered copy of the deed is provided to the parties, and the Tehsil office also uploads the same on the Jamabandi web portal.

View Registered Deed

Step 9: The user can view the registered deed online by visiting the Jamabandi website.

Step 10: Go to the Jamabandi Web portal. Select “view registered deed” option from the drop-down menu under the property registration menu.

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Step 11: The user has to enter the following details.

  • Tehsil
  • Registry number
  • Registry date
  • Deed name

Step 12: Enter the captcha and click on search. The user can now see the details of the registered deed.

Post by Renu Suresh

Renu is experience content writer specialised in compliances and company rules.