Anyone who enters the world of real estate buying must enrich his vocabulary before approaching this unexplored territory to keep the trial boiling. While you`re at it, it`s important to understand the difference between the sale and the title, the things that prove your property. Even if you assume that the two things are the same, that is not the case. Let us understand what these two terms are and they are different from each other. The sale of the deed is a document, but the title deed is a concept According to the Indian Registration Act, 1908, any agreement to transfer interest to a property of more than a hundred rupees, must be registered. Therefore, if you purchased a property for sale as part of an agreement without a good state of sale, you will not receive any right or interest in the property that would be transferred under the sale contract. The Supreme Court of India in 2012, in the case of Suraj Lamp – Industries (P) Ltd (2) against the State of Haryana, any sales contract (for sale) that is not a registered promotional title (sales characteristics), would fall short of sections 54 and 55 of the Transfer of Ownership Act and will not confer ownership or enfactos on real estate (except for the limited right granted under Section 53A of the Transfer of Ownership Act). The absolute deed of sale used in most real estate purchases transfers the property unconditionally going beyond respecting the purchase price. On the other hand, a transfer obligation can be used at any time if one party wishes to transfer contractual rights to another. Transfer securities are common among mortgage lenders. It`s a deal. And two parties must be involved to reach an agreement.
For this reason, all information relating to the buyer/buyer and seller/seller is mentioned in a deed of sale, although the ultimate purpose of this document is to declare that the property was transferred in the name of that person and such person. As this document proves the buyer`s ownership, it becomes by default a declaration on the title of the property, hence the title of the deed. In addition, at the time of registration of the property, the acting parties must prove the transfer of ownership and ownership of the asset.