What is Property Verification

Buying a property can be an overwhelming experience, both financially and emotionally. Hence, it is absolutely necessary to ensure that all the legal intricacies are absolutely unambiguous so that there is no legal hassle in the future. The intricacies to be kept in check are: Legal due diligence on the property by the buyer & an inquiry into the seller’s capacity to pay; Agreement to sell and earnest money; execution of sale deed; possession, Registration and completion of payment.

Procedure for Property Verification


We will connect you to a property lawyer, who will generate all the required reports from the sub-registrar office.


Once the documents are received, the lawyer will verify all the property-related documents for checking the title and rights of the seller. The documents will also be verified to check that the documents have been registered and appropriate stamp duty has been paid.

Documents required for Property Verification

  • Conveyance Deed
  • Sale Deed
  • Agreement To Sell
  • GPA/Power Of Attorney
  • Will (if any)
  • Relinquishment Deed
  • Partition Deed
  • Freehold/Mutation Details etc.