B7, Vivek Vihar opposite Dainik Bhasker
This is the area of the apartment that does not include the area of the walls i.e. the area of the apartment that a carpet can cover.
This is the area of the apartment that includes the area covered by the walls.
SUPER BUILT-UP AREA
This includes the built-up areas such as the lobby, lifts, stairs etc. This term is therefore only applicable for multi-dwelling units, such as flat complexes.
A Lease, defined under Section 105 of The Transfer of Property Act, 1882, is a transfer of the right to enjoy the concerned property for a pre-defined time period or in perpetuity. The lessor (owner of the property) gives the lessee (the one leasing the property) such consideration periodically, usually at the beginning or end of a lease agreement.
License is defined in Section 52 of the Indian Easements Act,1882. License does not allow any interest in the premises on the licensee’s part. It merely gives the licensee the right to use and occupy the premises for a limited duration.
A lease deed needs to be stamped and registered. The amount payable towards the lease deed’s stamp duty is more than that payable towards the Leave and License’s. For a period exceeding three years, the stamp duty is same for both agreements.
A stamp duty is a kind of tax that is levied on the transactions concluded by way of documentation or instruments. The tax was sealed by the Bombay Stamp Act (1958).
As per the regulations of this Act, the buyer must pay a 5% stamp duty on the cost of the flat. This payment is a pre requisite for the full ownership of property.
The process of registration involves the submission of transaction documents (copies) to the required governmental officer for preservation. Once the stamp duty has been paid on a document, it has to be registered under the Indian Registration Act (1908) with the Sub-Registrar of Assurances of the locality of the property.
Unless this procedure is completed, the investor does not have full ownership of the property.