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What documents are required for filing a property dispute case in India?

What documents are required for filing a property dispute case in India?

Published At June 14, 2024


Filing a property dispute case in India requires various essential documents to substantiate the claim and navigate the legal procedures effectively. Here is a list of key documents needed:

Title Deeds and Property Documents:

  • Sale Deed: Proof of ownership transfer.
  • Lease Deed: If the property is leased.
  • Gift Deed: For properties received as gifts.
  • Will: In case of inherited property.
  • Partition Deed: For properties divided among co-owners​​.

Encumbrance Certificate: To check for any liabilities on the property​.

Municipal Records:

  • Property Tax Receipts: Proof of tax payments.
  • Khata Certificate: Essential for property identification and verification​.

Identity and Address Proofs: Aadhar Card, Passport, Voter ID and Electricity Bill are required to verify the identity of the complainant​​.

Court Orders and Judgments: If there have been prior legal proceedings regarding the property​​.

Correspondence and Notices: Any previous communication or legal notices exchanged between the parties involved​ ​.

Witness Statements: Testimonies from individuals who can provide relevant information about the dispute​​.

Having these documents organized and ready will strengthen your case and help in effectively presenting your claims in court. Consulting with a property dispute lawyer in India to ensure all necessary documentation is included is advisable for a comprehensive legal strategy.

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