Dispute Cases

Gagandeep Singh Rangpuri has more than 10 years of experience in the legal field. He has dealt with a lot of cases. As an advocate, he has made a lot of court appearances’ related to Registration Act, MACT Cases, Section-138 of Negotiable Instrument Act, Suit for Declaration (Property Transfer After Death), PUDA / GMADA
matters and several other cases. He has done his 5 years
Degree course from Symbiosis Law College
Now Symbiosis International University, Pune.


Registration of a document acts as notice to the general public. The Indian Registration Act 1902 and Transfer of Property Act 1882 contain provisions regarding documents that are compulsorily registrable and those that are exempted.


Under the Indian Registration Act 1902, there are a few documents which require registration compulsorily. These include:
  A document of gift of property. Any gift deed irrespective of the value of the gifted property needs registration
  All non-testamentary documents:
  Those that create interest, right, and title in property
  Documents that extinguish (cancel) any right, interest or title in property
  Those that declare, assign, limit or restrict interest, title, or right in property
  All non-testamentary documents that acknowledge the receipt or payment of any consideration on account of a transaction pertaining to right, title, or interest in property need to be registered.
  All non-testamentary documents transferring or assigning any decree or order, or award of a court, that affects interest, right and title in property should be registered.
  The documents may create, extinguish, assign, declare, limit or restrict interest, right or title in property for the present or future.


A Will is a document which ensures that your assets and property are followed


A power of attorney is not an instrument of transfer in regard to any right,
title or interest in an immovable property..


1) Registration Charges 2% = 1% Upto 2 crore (2 Lakh) 1% Development Cess
2) Stamp Duty = 9% for Male, 7%