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What is Mutation Of Property & How it Works?

What Is Mutation of Property?

What Is the Importance of Property Mutation?

What Are the Types of Property Mutation?

What Are the Eligibility Criteria to Apply for Property Mutation?

When Is Mutation of Property Done?

Which Documents Are Required to Apply Property Mutation?

How to Apply for Mutation of Property?

What Format Does a Mutation Certificate Follow?

What Is the Difference Between Property Mutation and Property Registration?

The new land owner can confuse the mutation process of a land and its registration process. This is because it may look similar, but there is a difference between the process and reason.

Property Registration

Property Mutation

After the sale of a property, its buyer has to deposit a stamp duty and registration charge to the land and revenue department of the state where the property sits. These charges vary from one state to another.

Mutation of property occurs at a later stage after one year has passed since the registration of a property. It is the responsibility of a buyer to get his/her property documents mutated by the authorities.

The registration takes place once this payment is complete.

Buyers must approach their land and revenue officer to complete this mutation process.

Registration of a property is a much more immediate process as compared to property mutation. Moreover, it also involves the formation of a 'Sale Deed'.

Mutation of a property is a complicated and more time-consuming process than that of property registration.

FAQs About Property Mutation