Friday, 18 March 2011

delhi dda leasehold to freehold conversion liasoning

We are a real estate & property consultants organisation based in New Delhi, India.

Our "Liaison Division" will prove to be a tool like "Trouble Shooter" which will take over all your burden and tensions relating to liasion work with different Government Departments specially pertaining to property matters on "Retainership" and/or "Assignment" basis at a very reasonable/nominal fee. We are sure, once, you entrust all your liasion jobs to us, you shall not only be free from all related tensions but also save lot of money being paid by you to unreliable touts and unreasonable gratification amounts demanded by the dealing executives.

Though we are open to any kind of Liasion jobs with Government Departments, we specialise in dealing with the following type of jobs/departments.
DELHI DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (DDA)

1. Conversion of the Property from the name of an individual  
     partnership to a Pvt. Ltd. Company.
2.  Restoration of cancelled Plot / Property due to non construction
     any other reason.   
3.  Conversion of Lease Property into Free hold.
4.  Mutation of Properties.
5.  Getting the land allotted  for the purpose of Schools, Colleges, Hospitals, Recreational Club etc. on concessional rate.
6.  Any other type of job.

LAND & DEVELOPMENT OFFICE (L & DO)
1.  Conversion of Lease hold properties into Freehold.
2.  Mutation of Properties.
3.  Any other type of  job.

MUNICIPAL CORPORATION OF DELHI (MCD)
1.  All matters relating to property tax assessment & House Tax  Assessment -Correction of excess rateable value / tax.
2.  Mutation of Properties.
3.  Any other type of  job.

contact us : info@ddafreehold .com
                  Liasoning Consultants ---- 301 shakuntala building, 59 nehru place, new delhi 110019 , tel:011-41501111

DDA Freehold procedure

DDA Freehold Procedure

Freehold is a way to clear the title of ownership of the property. It enhances the value of the property. It grants the conveyance deed to the owner as a final document. A property can be converted into freehold status from the concerned authority such as DDA, L&DO etc.
CONCERNED AUTHORITYConcerned authority means and refers to the authority under which the colony/ area of property lies. There are several authorities such as DDA, L&DO which provide the scheme of freehold. The procedure of freehold is almost same in all the departments with minor variations.
PROCEDURE
STEP 1
SUBMIT DOCUMENTS 
The first step in freehold is submission of documents in the office of the concerned authority. This requires the application form itself with several documents and conversion charges. Some of other documents are attested photocopy of allotment letter, possession letter, perpetual lease, identity card, indemnity bond, affidavit, undertaking etc.

REMOVE DEFICIENCYOnce the documents are submitted in the concerned authority, they are scrutinized by the department in various channels. The deficiency, if any, is reported to the applicant through post. This deficiency is to be fulfilled by the applicant. Some of general deficiencies are dues of ground rent, maintenance charges, mismatch of signatures, unclear photocopies or photocopy without back side of the stamp paper, blank columns of witnesses etc.

Once the deficiency(ies) is/are removed, the authority again starts channel of checking the documents and any further deficiency, if any, is informed to the applicant. This cycle continues until all the deficiencies are removed.
CONVEYANCE DEEDAfter removal of all the deficiencies, the authority issues four copies of conveyance deed.
STEP 2 -  STAMPINGStamp Duty is a payment to the government for the transaction which is taking place. This transaction (here) is conveyance of the property from the authority to the owner of the property (original allottee or GPA holder). This duty is paid to the collector of stamps. Submit the file in Collector of Stamps Office and receive the Challan titled tr 6.
Deposit Payment as mentioned in tr 6 either by Cash or by Cheque/ Pay Order/ Demand Draft.. If the amount is more than Rs. 50,000/-, it is necessary to enclose copy of PAN card or Form 60 together with any other identity card such as Voter ID, Passport etc.
After depositing payment, get the date of receiving file from Collector. On the due date, collect the file from the collector of stamps and check whether it has been properly stamped on every page of the conveyance deed

STEP 3
REGIStrATIONRegistration (here Conveyance Deed/Perpetual Lease/Supplementry Lease Deed Only) is the process of presentation of party to the document physically in the office of the Sub-Registrar.
Fill the form of the sub registrar. Submit the form along with two copies of conveyance deeds with two full scape papers. Get receipt of registration. On the date specified in the receipt, collect the document from the Sub-Registrar Office.

CONGRATULATIONS !!!....       
Now, you have the ownership title of the property
Freehold is a way to clear the title of ownership of the property. It enhances the value of the property. It grants the conveyance deed to the owner as a final document. A property can be converted into freehold status from the concerned authority such as DDA, L&DO etc.
CONCERNED AUTHORITYConcerned authority means and refers to the authority under which the colony/ area of property lies. There are several authorities such as DDA, L&DO which provide the scheme of freehold. The procedure of freehold is almost same in all the departments with minor variations.
PROCEDURE
STEP 1
SUBMIT DOCUMENTS 
The first step in freehold is submission of documents in the office of the concerned authority. This requires the application form itself with several documents and conversion charges. Some of other documents are attested photocopy of allotment letter, possession letter, perpetual lease, identity card, indemnity bond, affidavit, undertaking etc.

REMOVE DEFICIENCYOnce the documents are submitted in the concerned authority, they are scrutinized by the department in various channels. The deficiency, if any, is reported to the applicant through post. This deficiency is to be fulfilled by the applicant. Some of general deficiencies are dues of ground rent, maintenance charges, mismatch of signatures, unclear photocopies or photocopy without back side of the stamp paper, blank columns of witnesses etc.

Once the deficiency(ies) is/are removed, the authority again starts channel of checking the documents and any further deficiency, if any, is informed to the applicant. This cycle continues until all the deficiencies are removed.
CONVEYANCE DEEDAfter removal of all the deficiencies, the authority issues four copies of conveyance deed.
STEP 2 -  STAMPINGStamp Duty is a payment to the government for the transaction which is taking place. This transaction (here) is conveyance of the property from the authority to the owner of the property (original allottee or GPA holder). This duty is paid to the collector of stamps. Submit the file in Collector of Stamps Office and receive the Challan titled tr 6.
Deposit Payment as mentioned in tr 6 either by Cash or by Cheque/ Pay Order/ Demand Draft.. If the amount is more than Rs. 50,000/-, it is necessary to enclose copy of PAN card or Form 60 together with any other identity card such as Voter ID, Passport etc.
After depositing payment, get the date of receiving file from Collector. On the due date, collect the file from the collector of stamps and check whether it has been properly stamped on every page of the conveyance deed

STEP 3
REGIStrATIONRegistration (here Conveyance Deed/Perpetual Lease/Supplementry Lease Deed Only) is the process of presentation of party to the document physically in the office of the Sub-Registrar.
Fill the form of the sub registrar. Submit the form along with two copies of conveyance deeds with two full scape papers. Get receipt of registration. On the date specified in the receipt, collect the document from the Sub-Registrar Office.

CONGRATULATIONS !!!....       
Now, you have the ownership title of the property
Freehold is a way to clear the title of ownership of the property. It enhances the value of the property. It grants the conveyance deed to the owner as a final document. A property can be converted into freehold status from the concerned authority such as DDA, L&DO etc.
CONCERNED AUTHORITYConcerned authority means and refers to the authority under which the colony/ area of property lies. There are several authorities such as DDA, L&DO which provide the scheme of freehold. The procedure of freehold is almost same in all the departments with minor variations.
PROCEDURE
STEP 1
SUBMIT DOCUMENTS 
The first step in freehold is submission of documents in the office of the concerned authority. This requires the application form itself with several documents and conversion charges. Some of other documents are attested photocopy of allotment letter, possession letter, perpetual lease, identity card, indemnity bond, affidavit, undertaking etc.

REMOVE DEFICIENCYOnce the documents are submitted in the concerned authority, they are scrutinized by the department in various channels. The deficiency, if any, is reported to the applicant through post. This deficiency is to be fulfilled by the applicant. Some of general deficiencies are dues of ground rent, maintenance charges, mismatch of signatures, unclear photocopies or photocopy without back side of the stamp paper, blank columns of witnesses etc.

Once the deficiency(ies) is/are removed, the authority again starts channel of checking the documents and any further deficiency, if any, is informed to the applicant. This cycle continues until all the deficiencies are removed.
CONVEYANCE DEEDAfter removal of all the deficiencies, the authority issues four copies of conveyance deed.
STEP 2 -  STAMPINGStamp Duty is a payment to the government for the transaction which is taking place. This transaction (here) is conveyance of the property from the authority to the owner of the property (original allottee or GPA holder). This duty is paid to the collector of stamps. Submit the file in Collector of Stamps Office and receive the Challan titled tr 6.
Deposit Payment as mentioned in tr 6 either by Cash or by Cheque/ Pay Order/ Demand Draft.. If the amount is more than Rs. 50,000/-, it is necessary to enclose copy of PAN card or Form 60 together with any other identity card such as Voter ID, Passport etc.
After depositing payment, get the date of receiving file from Collector. On the due date, collect the file from the collector of stamps and check whether it has been properly stamped on every page of the conveyance deed

STEP 3
REGIStrATIONRegistration (here Conveyance Deed/Perpetual Lease/Supplementry Lease Deed Only) is the process of presentation of party to the document physically in the office of the Sub-Registrar.
Fill the form of the sub registrar. Submit the form along with two copies of conveyance deeds with two full scape papers. Get receipt of registration. On the date specified in the receipt, collect the document from the Sub-Registrar Office.

CONGRATULATIONS !!!....       
Now, you have the ownership title of the property
Freehold is a way to clear the title of ownership of the property. It enhances the value of the property. It grants the conveyance deed to the owner as a final document. A property can be converted into freehold status from the concerned authority such as DDA, L&DO etc.
CONCERNED AUTHORITYConcerned authority means and refers to the authority under which the colony/ area of property lies. There are several authorities such as DDA, L&DO which provide the scheme of freehold. The procedure of freehold is almost same in all the departments with minor variations.
PROCEDURE
STEP 1
SUBMIT DOCUMENTS 
The first step in freehold is submission of documents in the office of the concerned authority. This requires the application form itself with several documents and conversion charges. Some of other documents are attested photocopy of allotment letter, possession letter, perpetual lease, identity card, indemnity bond, affidavit, undertaking etc.

REMOVE DEFICIENCYOnce the documents are submitted in the concerned authority, they are scrutinized by the department in various channels. The deficiency, if any, is reported to the applicant through post. This deficiency is to be fulfilled by the applicant. Some of general deficiencies are dues of ground rent, maintenance charges, mismatch of signatures, unclear photocopies or photocopy without back side of the stamp paper, blank columns of witnesses etc.

Once the deficiency(ies) is/are removed, the authority again starts channel of checking the documents and any further deficiency, if any, is informed to the applicant. This cycle continues until all the deficiencies are removed.
CONVEYANCE DEEDAfter removal of all the deficiencies, the authority issues four copies of conveyance deed.
STEP 2 -  STAMPINGStamp Duty is a payment to the government for the transaction which is taking place. This transaction (here) is conveyance of the property from the authority to the owner of the property (original allottee or GPA holder). This duty is paid to the collector of stamps. Submit the file in Collector of Stamps Office and receive the Challan titled tr 6.
Deposit Payment as mentioned in tr 6 either by Cash or by Cheque/ Pay Order/ Demand Draft.. If the amount is more than Rs. 50,000/-, it is necessary to enclose copy of PAN card or Form 60 together with any other identity card such as Voter ID, Passport etc.
After depositing payment, get the date of receiving file from Collector. On the due date, collect the file from the collector of stamps and check whether it has been properly stamped on every page of the conveyance deed

STEP 3
REGIStrATIONRegistration (here Conveyance Deed/Perpetual Lease/Supplementry Lease Deed Only) is the process of presentation of party to the document physically in the office of the Sub-Registrar.
Fill the form of the sub registrar. Submit the form along with two copies of conveyance deeds with two full scape papers. Get receipt of registration. On the date specified in the receipt, collect the document from the Sub-Registrar Office.

CONGRATULATIONS !!!....       
Now, you have the ownership title of the property
Freehold is a way to clear the title of ownership of the property. It enhances the value of the property. It grants the conveyance deed to the owner as a final document. A property can be converted into freehold status from the concerned authority such as DDA, L&DO etc.
CONCERNED AUTHORITYConcerned authority means and refers to the authority under which the colony/ area of property lies. There are several authorities such as DDA, L&DO which provide the scheme of freehold. The procedure of freehold is almost same in all the departments with minor variations

PROCEDURE
STEP 1
SUBMIT DOCUMENTS 
The first step in freehold is submission of documents in the office of the concerned authority. This requires the application form itself with several documents and conversion charges. Some of other documents are attested photocopy of allotment letter, possession letter, perpetual lease, identity card, indemnity bond, affidavit, undertaking etc.

REMOVE DEFICIENCYOnce the documents are submitted in the concerned authority, they are scrutinized by the department in various channels. The deficiency, if any, is reported to the applicant through post. This deficiency is to be fulfilled by the applicant. Some of general deficiencies are dues of ground rent, maintenance charges, mismatch of signatures, unclear photocopies or photocopy without back side of the stamp paper, blank columns of witnesses etc.

Once the deficiency(ies) is/are removed, the authority again starts channel of checking the documents and any further deficiency, if any, is informed to the applicant. This cycle continues until all the deficiencies are removed.
CONVEYANCE DEEDAfter removal of all the deficiencies, the authority issues four copies of conveyance deed.
STEP 2 -  STAMPINGStamp Duty is a payment to the government for the transaction which is taking place. This transaction (here) is conveyance of the property from the authority to the owner of the property (original allottee or GPA holder). This duty is paid to the collector of stamps. Submit the file in Collector of Stamps Office and receive the Challan titled tr 6.
Deposit Payment as mentioned in tr 6 either by Cash or by Cheque/ Pay Order/ Demand Draft.. If the amount is more than Rs. 50,000/-, it is necessary to enclose copy of PAN card or Form 60 together with any other identity card such as Voter ID, Passport etc.
After depositing payment, get the date of receiving file from Collector. On the due date, collect the file from the collector of stamps and check whether it has been properly stamped on every page of the conveyance deed

STEP 3
REGIStrATIONRegistration (here Conveyance Deed/Perpetual Lease/Supplementry Lease Deed Only) is the process of presentation of party to the document physically in the office of the Sub-Registrar.
Fill the form of the sub registrar. Submit the form along with two copies of conveyance deeds with two full scape papers. Get receipt of registration. On the date specified in the receipt, collect the document from the Sub-Registrar Office.