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The Quantum Hub is a Delhi based organisation that was founded in 2017 with the express intent of working on complex public policy problems in the dynamically evolving Indian ecosystem. Set up as a consulting firm, TQH was conceptualised to bridge the gap that exists in the policy space. TQH works with a host of clients – both private and public – on challenging policy problems across a range of sectors.
What are the different types of immovable property?
Under Indian laws, immovable property includes land, buildings, hereditary allowances, rights to ways, lights, ferries, fisheries etc
What is the process for registering the transfer of an immovable property?
Property or land registration in India involves paying stamp duty and registration fee for sale deed, and getting documents legally recorded.
Why is registration of an immovable property so important?
The purpose of registering transfer of immovable property is to record the signing of the document to legalise the ownership and transfer.