Thursday, 17 September 2015

Conveyance Deed: Your complete guide

While buying a property and arranging documents for it, one usually comes across the terminology called Conveyance Deed. Do you know what does it mean? What is its relevance in the real estate market?

Many buyers from across the country ask such queries. Let’s learn more about Conveyance Deed and its importance while buying property.

What does Conveyance Deed mean?
One should first understand the meaning of ‘Deed’. It is a written document that is sealed and signed by all parties involved in property transaction (buyer and seller). It is a contractual document that includes legally valid terms, and is enforceable in a court of law. It is mandatory that a deed should be in writing.

When each party agree and all the liabilities has been fulfilled as per the agreement of sale of any property, a final document is signed by the seller in favor of the purchaser. This document documents that all rights of seller over a property henceforth has been transferred to the purchaser.  This is the deed of conveyance.

“Conveyance Deed records the transfer of interest in immovable property. The conveyance in the immovable property may take place by way of sale deed, gift deed, exchange deed etc,” says Shishir Gupta, an property expert.

What is the difference between sales and Conveyance Deed?
It has also been observed that buyers are usually confused about the two terminologies sales deed and Conveyance Deed.

Sale Deed: A Sale Deed acts as the main legal document for evidencing sale and transfer of ownership of property in favor of the buyer, from the seller. Further, it also acts as the main document for further sale by the buyer as it establishes his proof of ownership of the property.

The Sale Deed is executed subsequent to the execution of the sale agreement, and after compliance of various terms and conditions detailed in the sale agreement as agreed upon between the buyer and the seller. The Sale Deed is the main document by which a seller transfers his right on the property to the purchaser, who then acquires absolute ownership of the property.

Is there any difference?
“Conveyance and Sale Deed essentially have no difference as in both the documents, the right, interest and title of the previous owner is transferred to the purchaser. Conveyance Deed includes Sale Deed i.e. Sale Deed is one of the mode of conveyance i.e. transfer of interest. All deeds transferring the property-rights are Conveyance Deeds. Sale Deed is one of them,” says Gupta.

Source: PropertyatNeoDevelopers.Wordpress.Com

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