When anybody gifted his property to someone then registration of gift deed will protect the rights of the donee against any dispute arise later. Now we discuss the detailed procedure for the registration of gift deed.
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR REGISTRATION OF GIFT DEED:-
- Adhaar Card, PAN Card and mobile number of donor
- Adhaar card, PAN Card and mobile number of the donee
- Proof of ownership i.e. Fard Jamabandi, Sale Deed etc.
- Location Map of Property
- NOC in case of property situated in Un-Authorised Colony
- 02 Photographs of the donor in front of the gifted property.
- 02 Passport size photographs of the donee
- 01 Witness along with Adhaar Card and mobile number
- 01 Identifier i.e. Sarpanch, Numberdar, M.C along with Adhaar Card and mobile number
Normally 02 Witnesses are required for the registration of Gift Deed. The first witness who will perform as an identifier must be any responsible person of society like Municipal Councillor, Sarpanch, Numberdar etc and second witness will be accepted any common person mainly both witness are resident of the same city where property situated.
For the registration of gift deed first, you should contact to any Advocate or Deed Writer commonly known as Vasika Nawis. He will demand above-said document along with a photograph of property giver in front of the property, 02 passport size photographs of purchaser and proof of witnesses along with their contact detail. After that, the deed maker will fix your appointment in the office of Sub-Registrar (Tehsildar Office) and prepare a draft of Gift Deed. On the fixed appointment time you need to personally appear in the office of Sub-Registrar along with your original i.d proof and two witnesses. The Advocate/Deed Writer will prepare all draft as per your direction. When both the parties read all the document and put their signature after deemed it correct and attested by two witnesses. Then the sub-registrar will register the same document and keep one copy of gift deed in his record.
EXPENSES FOR THE REGISTRATION OF GIFT DEED:-
The expenses of Sale Deed and Gift Deed are similar in Punjab. Now in these days i.e. in April 2020, about 6% expenses are charged if a buyer female and 8% expenses are charged if the buyer is male. Apart from that some other fees directly paid by the donee.