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Rectification deed alternatives - Sale of property
« on: March 28, 2016, 05:37:58 PM »
There was some clerical errors (on different pages wrong floor,  Flat numbers etc.)in the documentation of 'Agreement of Sale ' prepared by a statutory authority in Maharashtra.
 I was the purchaser in early 90s.

These errors were detected 3 months back.

In order to rectify the same the statutory authority was approached and the initial legal advice received was to prepare and register a 'Rectification Deed' , which will become an attachment to the original 'agreement of sale'

After 3 months for some unknown reason the statutory authority does not want a 'Rectification Deed' but is asking for the original 'Agreement of Sale' and they would make amendments on the original document.

Do I have the legal right to demand a rectification deed as the statutory authority was responsible for the errors?

Is the suggested amendment to the original 'agreement of sale' legally safe to protect my interests?

Appreciate some advice.

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Re: Rectification deed alternatives - Sale of property
« Reply #1 on: March 28, 2016, 09:52:44 PM »
You have not clearly said that whether said Agreement for Sale is registered or notarized or unregistered. In case of Registered ; Rectification of Deed or Declaration by the seller/ vendor is necessary but in case or rests two mere correction on the Agreement for Sale and signature by both parties to the contract will be okay.

*** But it is to be clear to you that Agreement for Sale is a compulsory registered document.
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