A sale as a transfer of ownership of an immovable property for a consideration.
Sale deed is the most important document for while selling or purchasing property in India.
When you buy or sell property, the transaction is not legally valid without the buyer and seller signing the sale deed in the presence of at least two witnesses.
The procedure to create rectification deed is that if either party has found an error in the sale deed, the buyer and the seller will have to make an appearance in the sub-registrarÕs office, where the deed was previously registered.
They will have to submit an application to the official, seeking correction in the document, along with all the supporting documents.
If major changes are required in the original document, the two parties will also have to take along two witnesses each, for the registration of the rectification deed.
The Contents of deed of rectification is that it mention the personal information of the parties involved in the transaction, along with the details of the original deed.
It also has to clearly mention the error that needs to be rectified.
The parties will also have to furnish an undertaking, stating that no changes have been made in the original format and character of the sale deed.
Reference: The Registration Act, 1908