6th point out of 51 Checklist for the Property Purchaser, by 11SquareFeet / Amit Raut
The most crucial document is the Sale Deed, which is a document that proves you have purchased the property. Always make an effort to ensure who signs it.
The Sale Deed is the most significant document, where both the seller and the buyer sign. A copy of the property Sale Deed is a legal document that should always be associated with the name under which the Sale Deed exists. This document proves that a property has been sold.
If you are buying a property, you should always insist on obtaining a Sale Deed copy. It is a legal document appertaining to any property purchase, and it is crucial to have a copy of the Sale Deed in the name mentioned on it. This verifies that the property has indeed been sold.
If you are selling your property, you must provide the buyer with a Sale Deed.
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