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Unregistered deed record law




We observed that my land document not obtained from survey no.nor any other resources in Mamlatdar/Talati office by simple application as well as RTI Channels.What is preservation period of land deed document in Sub register,Mamlatdar/Talati office as per law?Any clause for that?If stolen or misplaced by authority,what is action?

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Prasad GLN

The records of Registered  are permanent in nature at Sub Registrar's office and as well Revenue. The records of such deeds are written in a book that is segregated by volume no, year, page no and it can not be stolen as they are written in a Register.  You can file RTI Application and seek such information from SR and M/T-O authorities.

(What is unregistered deeds to do with Registrar office ??  Registered deeds are always with purchaser.  Copy at Sub Registrar office as a record in re writing the recitals date wise , through which certified copies are given under the Act)

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