Is it possible to start the Mutation process immediately after registration?

Yes, it is possible to start the Mutation process once the deed is registered in the Sub Registrar’s office. Then the detailed information about the seller and buyer should be recorded in the revenue records.


Who are the appellate authorities?

The appellate authorities are the Board of Revenue, Settlement officer, and Deputy Commissioner.

What are the necessary documents to be furnished along with an application for Mutation in case of inheritance?

The following are some of the necessary documents that are required to be furnished along with the application for Mutation by way of inheritance:

  • Death certificate of the deceased person
  • Next of kin certificate
  • Probate from a competent court in the case of a will
  • Affidavit mentioning the applicant’s relationship with the deceased person
  • A declaration in affidavit form in which the land/property has been intended to be mutated in the place of the deceased that has not been transferred when the deceased was alive.

What could happen if a mutation of property is not done?

Mutation of property is mandatory for the land buyers. However, in the case of the sale of non-agricultural lands and apartments or flats, the Mutation is considered a legal formality for the buyer. If the buyer fails to do so, then there is a possibility not to relinquish away one’s right to the property.

Why the Mutation of property is required?

Mutation of property in the name of the owner acts as proof of legal ownership of the property. This document is also beneficial while applying for water and power services.

How to apply for the process of Mutation of property?

A property owner should apply for the Mutation of the property in their name at the relevant concerned authority, which maintains the land record of the said property.

What is Mutation of property?

Mutation of the property refers to the change in the ownership title when a property is transferred or sold, which is recorded in the revenue department.

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