Transfer of title from promoter to allottee
- Monday 8th April 2019
- Author: Riya Kapoor
If the locals laws for the same are not specified, the title is to be transferred in a time limit of three months from the date of the issuance of the Occupancy Certificate (OC).
the possession of the same to the allotee and the common areas to the association of the allotees, in a real estate project and the other title documents pertaining thereto- within specified period as per sanctioned plans as provided under the local laws.
the Indian Government which clearly and specifically demarcates the rules and regulations that must meticulously be adhered to otherwise the trespassers are subjected to punitive actions.
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