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What is Clear title?

A title that is free of liens or legal questions as to ownership of the property

What is Legal report?

Verification of property documents by an advocate

What is Survey ?

A drawing or map showing the precise legal boundaries of a property, the location of improvements, easements, rights of way, encroachments, and other physical features

What is a subdivision?

A subdivision is a piece of land divided into several plots in which homes are built

How to visit the Project Site?

Company will arrange for free site-inspection at your convenience

Who will bear the registration expenses?

The purchaser has to bear the registration expenses

What is the payment structure for registration of a property?

The registration fee include 8% for the stamp papers of the property value, 1% for registration fee, and other applicable charges, if any.

Can I register the property in my minor children's name?

Yes, you can register the property in minor children's name.

Who will maintain the roads and common areas after the completion of the projects?

Common areas and roads developed by Gold Earth Properties will be handed over to the local Panchayat for maintenance.

What If I want to resell the plot?

Yes. We will assist if anyone wants to resell their plot that is purchased through the Company.

Can NRI acquire properties in India?

Yes, an NRI can purchase properties in India.

How do I register my property in my name if I live abroad?

Yes, you can register the property in your name by giving power of attorney to your friend or relative who is living in India

What is Patta?

Patta is basically a revenue record. A patta is a document evidencing lawful possession of the person concerned.

What is Encumbrance Certificate?

An Encumbrance Certificate is a document issued by the Registration Authorities which is an important document relating to title and its investigation related to immovable properties. In any transaction of sale or purchase of property, a 'no encumbrance certificate' is a very important document. This certificate is also issued for the purpose of mortgaging a property while seeking a loan. The certificate certifies that the property in question is not already mortgaged. If it is already mortgaged, the liability for the outstanding loan may also devolve on the new owner.