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Q. 1. Required Documents for Selling the Property?
R. (1) Title clearance certificate. (Optional).
(2) Ownership proof of property (Property card, Revenue record 7/12, 8A, 6A).
  (3) Tax Bill and Payment Receipt of property. (Corporation or Revenue Dept.).
  (4) Original purchase deed. (With allotment letter).
  (5) Construction permission letter.
  (6) NA conversion order.
  (7) Approved drawings.
(8) Completion certificate.
  (9) Occupation certificate.
  (10) Power supply Bill, and Payment receipt.
  (11) Property Purchase deed registration fee’s payment receipt of sub register.
  (12) No due certificate from society (For Co-Op Society).
  (13) No due certificate from Bank (if loan taken in the past).
(14) Attested copy of PAN card.
  (15) Attested copy of Residential address proof.
  (16) Attested copy of Identity card.
  (17) Recent pass port size photo -2.
  (18) Front View colour photo / Image of Property.Post card size.(4"X7").
  (19) Side View colour photo / Image of Property.Post card size.(4"X7").
  (20) If Deal is with P.O.A holder, attested copy of Power of attorney.
  (21) If Deal is with Company, attested copy of Board of director’s resolution.
  (22) If deal is for minor’s property, Permission from competent authority.
Q. 2. Minor’s property can be sold?
R.   Yes, Permission required from competent authority.
Q. 3. How to select Property?
R. (1) If loan is required, get approval of loan based on your income.
(2) after knowing sanctioned loan amount, make budget for property.
(3) Select property accordingly.
Q. 4. If loan is required, get sanction of loan.
(1) If loan is required, get sanction of loan.
  (2) Select property.
(3) Ask for title clearance.
(4) Get all documents from seller.
(5) Verify it, specially construction permission obtained from local authority.
(6) Verify approved drawing.
(7) Calculate super built up to carpet ratio.
(8) Make Agreement to sale (optional)
(9) Make sale deed Agreement.
(10) Transfer property in all departments.
Q. 5. Expenses to purchase Property?
(1) Cost / Value of Property.
  (2) Title Clearance Certificate. Public Notice Exp and Advocate Fees
(3) Agreement to Sale (optional). Registration Exp
(4) Stamp Duty for Sale Deed (Tax)At present 4.5%.
(5) Registration Charges Sale Deed (Tax) At present 1% for male, 0% for female.
(6) Brokerage.
(7) Typing. Photocopy. Etc.
(8) Transfer Charges (Co-Op Society).
(9) Transfer Charges (Maitanance Society / Association).
Q. 6. How to get loan?
(1) Select Bank.
  (2) give all your and your co applicants income proofs
(3) give all your and your co applicants income tax assessments for last 4 years.
(4) Give other documents such as address proof, Id card etc.
(5) Provide all other documents asked by bank.
Q. 6. What is APF?
R.   Approved Project File, Project is approved by particular Bank, Documents of property is not required by bank, as property is all ready approved.
Q. 7. Documents Required To Purchase Property?
R. (1) Attested Copy Of PAN Card.
  (2) Attested Copy Of Residential Proof.
(3) Attested Copy Of Identity Card.
(4) Recent Passport-size Photo Graphs -2.
(5) If you are purchasing on behalf of other person as a POA Holder, Attested Photo Copy Of Power of Attorney.
Q. 8. Minor can purchase property?
R.   No, Guardian can purchase property on behalf of Minor, on the name of minor, tax liability will be of Guardian.
Q. 9. What is APF?
R.   Approved Project File, Project is approved by particular Bank, Documents of property is not required by bank, as property is all ready approved.
Q. 10. Charged property having loan or other charges can be purchased?
R.   Yes, Permission from Bank or The Court is required.
Q. 11. Property can be purchased on joint names?
R.   Yes,
Q. 12. What is Title Clearance?
R. (1) Title clearance is essential process to check whether any encumbrance or charge on property?
  (2) Advocate or solicitor can check and issue such certificate,
(3) after inviting public objections by giving public notice in local news papers,
(4) and searching sub register office record for last 30 years.
(5) Advocate will issue certificate with history of property.
Q. 13. How to Get Title Clearance?
R. (1) Appoint advocate.
  (2) Provide him all required documents of property,
(3) He will ask for public objections. (2B) He will verify all sub register’s records.
Q. 14. What is super built up area?
R.   Built up area of your property plus ratio of all type of common utility construction.
Q. 15. What is built up area?
R.   Slab area of your Property including area used / ocupied by Walls.
Q. 16. What is carpet area?
R.   Total net useable carpet area of property, excluding area occupied by walls.
Q. 17. How to check super built up, built up and carpet area? And it’s Ratio?
R. (1) Approved Drawing will show Built up area,
  (2) Carpet can be calculated from adding all rooms, balcony and passage carpet.
(3) Super built up calculation can be asked from builder.
(4) or add ratio of common construction in your built up area that is super built up area.
Q. 18. What is F.S.I?
R. (1) Floor space index.
  (2) Very according to locality, local situation of plot and dimension.
(3) Permission of FSI is fixed by guidelines of Urben development authority.
Q. 19. What is Janatri?
R. (1) Construction permission from local authority called Rajachhithhi. Issue with approved drawings
Q. 20. What is Rajachhitthi?
R. (1) Construction permission from local authority called Rajachhithhi. Issue with approved drawings
Q. 21. What Is Low Rise, Medium Rise and High Rise Building?
R. (1) Low rise Building is Ground Floor Plus three more floors,
  (2) Medium rise is Ground floor plus six more floors,
(3) While high rise is ground floor plus nine more floors,
(4) Parking floor is excluding in all types.
Q. 22. What is R1, R2 and R3?
R.   Residential zone type R1, R2, R3. At present R1 is heaving 1.6 times total construction of plot area allowed, while R2 is 1.2 and R3 is only 1.0
Q. 23. What is Residential, Commercial, Industrial and Chemical Zone?
R.   VUDA has bifurcated land in each zone for systematic development of Vadodara. Utilisetion of plot for specified purpose in that perticular zone will be granted
Q. 24. How to Transfer Property?
R. (1) Transfer of property at city survey or Gam panchayat.
  (2) Name transfer of House tax bill.
(3) Name transfer of power supply bill.
(4) Name transfer of Gas supply bill.
(5) Name transfer of share certificate in Co-Op society.
(6) Deposit transfer at maintenance society.
  In the city area property record is kept by City survey office. In ruler area record is kept by gam panchayat. You have to apply for transfer of property in prescribe form With attested photo copy of documents as follows.
Q. 25. Transfer on sale deed.
R. (1) Stamped true copy of index-II of sale deed issued by Registered Office.
  (2) Attested photocopy of sale deed
(3) Photo copy of present property card for reference
(4) Applicant is not purchaser POA
(5) Sale deed is executed by POA then attested photocopy of POA
Q. 26. Transfer by execution of will and on succession certificate after death of property owner.
R. (1) Certified copy of will
  (2) Attested copy of succession certificate issued by competent authority or Court
(3) Photocopy of Property card or revenu record 7/12, 8/A, 6/A. for Reference.
Q. 27. Transfer as a successor after death of property owner.
R. (1) Affidevite of sinior member of family regarding all legal hires of deceased person.
  (2) Attested photo copy of certified list of all legal hires of deceased person issued by Secretory of gam panchayat Or Mamalatdar.
(3) Photocopy of Property card or revenu record 7/12, 8/A, 6/A. for Reference.
(4) Attested copy of death certificate.
(5) Consents or declarations of all other legal hires, on and by affidavit for weaving their rights on said property.
Q. 28. How to get Power Of Attorney?
R. (1) Put down drafting of power, on stamp paper of Rs. 100/-.
  (2) Sign in the presence of The NOTERY,
(3) Notarized said POWER,
(4) If POA is required to register get it registered.
Q. 29. How to get Power Of Attorney from abroad?
R. (1) Put down drafting of power, on the plain paper.
  (2) Sign in the presence of The NOTERY,
(3) Notarized said POWER, and send the Power in India.
(4) Submit said Power for STAMPING of Rs. 100/- to Stamp duty Inspector at sub registers’ office, within 30 days.
(5) If POA is required to register get it registered.
Q. 30. What is Leave and License Agreement?
R. (1) Leave and license agreementto give property on lease for fixed period expire date is fixed for said agreement.
  (2) While period and expire date is not fixed in lease agreement.
(3) Tentative period can be mentioned.
Q. 31. Police Intemation Is Must to lease out the property?
R. (1) Yes,
Q. 32. How to give lease intimation to police department?
R. (1) Attested copy of lease agreement.
  (2) Photo copy of Identity card of both lessor and lessee.
  (3) Photo copy of residential address proof of both lessor and lessee.
  (4) Owner ship documents of lessor.
  (5) Recent photographs of both lessor and lessee.
  (6) Photo copy of POA, if signed on behalf of leassee or leassor.
Q. 33. Required Documents for taking property on lease?
R. (1) Photo copy of Identity card of lessee.
  (2) Photo copy of residential address proof of lessee.
  (3) Recent photographs of lessee.
  (4) Recommendation letter from employer.
  (5) Photo copy of Identity card issued by your employer.
Q. 34. Required Documents for giving property on lease?
R. (1) Owner ship documents of property.
  (2) Photo copy of residential address proof of lessor.
  (3) Recent photographs of lessee.
  (4) Power of attorney, if owner is not signing the lease agreement.
  (5) Photo copy of Identity card of lessor.
(6) Recent photographs of lessor.
(7) Photocopy of power suppler bill and payment receipt.
Q. 35. When lessee becomes tenant under tenancy act?
R. (1) When lease or leave and license agreement extended for more than nine years,
  (2) Occupier is for more than nine years.
  (3) He will be tenant and protected by law as a tenant under tenancy act.

 
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Allow a bright light on the main door.
It is best to leave only maximum 5
doors open.
Avoid keeping a T.V. set in bed-room.
Avoid keeping any water feature or plants
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bed-sheet.