All about Transferring the DDA Flat during lifetime

DDA – Delhi Development Authority instigated operations in 1957 under the Delhi Development Act for a well-planned, orderly and swift development of Delhi into a capital city in its true sense.

DDA Started many process for betterment of Delhi and Citizen and introduce one process in a year 1963 called as Transfer of Property in Blood Relation during Lifetime without paying any Stamp Duty.

Transfer of Property in Blood Relation means to transfer the ownership of Property in relation of blood during Lifetime and without paying any Stamp Duty. Exemption of Stamp Duty for Allottee is a biggest advantage of the Transfer process started by DDA.

As per DDA rules and regulations only the original Allottee can apply for Transfer of property in Blood Relation and can enjoy the benefits of the process.


 

What is meant by Allottee?

Allottee refer to a person who is a direct purchaser of flat/property from DDA that means the person who purchased the flat directly from Delhi Development Authority not from any other third party. So, the direct purchaser called as Allottee and only the direct purchaser(Allottee) can apply for transfer in blood relation.


Who comes under Blood Relation?

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The Following relation consider as a blood relation while applying for the Transfer of property in DDA:

  • Father and Son relation.
  • Father and Daughter relation.
  • Mother and Son relation.
  • Mother and Daughter relation.
  • Brother and Sister relation.

The Following relation are not consider as a blood relation while applying for Transfer process:

  • Grand Father to Grand Son/Daughter Relation.
  • Husband to Wife.

If you are applying for transfer of DDA Flat then Husband can transfer the flat to wife and vice versa but if you are applying for transfer of society flat then the said relation will not consider to transfer by DDA.


What is the procedure of transferring the DDA Flat in blood relation?

STEP 1 – Gather the Documents required for dda flat transfer as per the check list of the Documents provided by the DDA.

STEP 2 – After Completing Step 1, Draft two Indemnity Bond one in favor of Transferee and another in favor of Transferor and make it register in Sub-Registrar Office by paying the sub-registrar fee of INR 1,100/- (per Bond) i.e in total Rs. 2,200/-.

STEP 3 – After Registering, Submit the File with all the necessary Documents asked by DDA.

After completing all the Steps, DDA will review the case and will issue the Letter of Transfer in favor of the transferee.


What are the Documents required for Transfer of Property in Blood Relation?

Documents required in case of Society Flat

  1. Share Certificate
  2. Allotment cum Possession Letter or Possession Letter
    • On possession letter there must be an Allottee signature verified through the society (On photocopy of P. L.)
  3. NOC from Society
    • Allottee Name, Membership No., Transferee Name, Details of Ground Rent (NOC must be submitted Original).
  4. Relationship Proof for both- Transfer as well as Transferee
    • Any of the Two Relationship Proof Document is required ( 10th Pass Certificate, PAN Card, Voter I-Card, Adhaar Card, Driving License, Passport)
  5. Physical Possession for both- Transfer as well as Transferee
    • Any of the two Addresses Proof Document is required (Passport, Voter I-Card, Adhaar Card, Nationalized Bank Passbook, Electricity Bill etc.)
  6. ‘D’ Form and Perpetual Lease Deed (Regd.) OR Occupancy Certificate

Note: – Allottee have to submit the Photocopies of all the above listed Documents from 1-6 and the Documents must be duly attested by 1st Class Officer/Gazetted Officer except the Point 3(NOC from Society).

     7. Two Indemnity Bond dully executed on Rs. 100/- e-Stamp Paper.

     8. Two Affidavit dully executed on Rs. 10/- e-Stamp Paper.

     9. One Undertaking dully executed on Rs. 10/- e-Stamp Paper.

   10. Three Specimen Signature and One Passport Size Photograph.

Documents required in case of DDA Flat

  1. Demand Letter or Demand-cum-Allotment Letter
  2. DDA Possession Letter
  3. NOC for Electricity and Water
  4. DDA Site Possession
  5. Relationship Proof for both- Transfer as well as Transferee
    • Details: – Any of the Two Relationship Proof Document is required ( 10th Pass Certificate, PAN Card, Voter I-Card, Adhaar Card, Driving License, Passport)
  6. Physical Possession for both- Transfer as well as Transferee
    • Details: – Any of the two Addresses Proof Document is required (Passport, Voter I-Card, Adhaar Card, Nationalized Bank Passbook, Electricity Bill etc.)

Note: – Allottee has to submit the Photocopies of all the above listed Documents from 1-6 and the Documents must be duly attested by 1st Class Officer/Gazetted Officer.

  7. Two Indemnity Bond dully executed on Rs. 100/- e-Stamp Paper.

   8. Two Affidavit dully executed on Rs. 10/- e-Stamp Paper.

   9. One Undertaking dully executed on Rs. 10/- e-Stamp Paper.

  10. Three Specimen Signature and One Passport Size Photograph.


APPLY FOR TRANSFER OF PROPERTY WITH OUR ASSISTANCE

We edrafter provide the service in transferring of property in which we will handle your full case from drafting the File, registering the Indemnity Bond to depositing the case in DDA Office and also we will guide you about the complete process thoroughly so the process will surely act as a smooth walk for you.

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Wait! Its not the End we also want to discuss with you few queries solved by us. Kindly Have a Look-

Query – What type of DDA Property cover under this Transfer scheme?

Ans – All type of DDA Leasehold Property i.e DDA Flat, Society Flat, Plot, Shops etc.


Query – Can Ownership of Freehold Property can be converted under this scheme?

Ans – No, only Leasehold Properties can apply for the transfer scheme. If you want to transfer your freehold property then you have to transfer it through Gift Deed by paying the Stamp Duty as per the circle rate of area.


 

Query – How to transfer the property if the Owner of Property died?

Ans – If the Owner of the Property died then in that case you have to apply for Mutation of Property. To Know more about the process of Mutation, Please refer to our this section – Mutation of DDA Property


 

Query – Is there any Stamp Duty we need to pay under Transfer of DDA Property during Lifetime scheme?

Ans – No, there is no stamp duty payable under the transfer scheme. DDA do not charge any fees for Transferring.


Query – Can we apply for Leasehold to Freehold Conversion after transferring the property.

Ans – Yes, you can apply for Freehold Conversion after getting the property transfer OR you can also apply both the cases together. While applying for Conversion, the new Allottee will also get the rebate of 40% on Conversion Charges.


For More Information OR to Get your Property Transfer you can refer our this Section – SERVICE FOR TRANSFER OF PROPERTY

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