Getting your Leave and License Agreement registered in Mumbai

When we were moving to Mumbai three years ago, one of the major relocation tasks was finding a suitable house to live in. Suitable as in proximity to children’s school and husband’s office, size, furnishing, rent, amenities, and the like… things people look for while choosing a house. We knew a few people who were already living in the area and they indicated that the most efficient way of going about this would be to approach one (or more) of the many real estate agents who had set up shop for people like us (and for owners who had bought the houses but were not in a position to live in them themselves).

Apart from holding the keys to the houses so that they can show them to prospective tenants, the agents are important influencers of the prevailing rents at any point of time. Given that they demand brokerage fees equivalent to one month’s rent from both parties, it is in their benefit to push the rents up or move tenants to better properties.

The agents take the responsibility of drawing up the rental agreements (called Leave and License Agreements) and getting the parties to sign. Leave and License Agreements in Mumbai are required to be registered with a sub-registrar’s office as per law. These agents fix the appointments for registration and also handle the other administrative procedures with the building society to enable the tenant to occupy the newly rented house.

For opening a few doors, the business is lucrative, but estate agents make you believe that the paperwork that they handle to seal the rental deal is complex and the rates are justified. This especially when you want to renew the agreement. This time they do not need to open any doors for you, but they will still demand 15 days’ to a month’s rent as brokerage for the paperwork (though they have nothing to broker!). Even if you have gotten to know the owner reasonably well, both you and the owner are in the agent’s clutches till the time you remain in the house. This can be rather expensive.

Our rental agreement was reaching its expiry date and we were looking to move to a smaller house. It was just as well, as we later found out that our owner was interested in selling the place. This was an opportunity to get ourselves out of the agent’s web. We looked for a house ourselves and found an owner who was happy to save on brokerage. This was the easy part. Now to get the agreement done and get it registered. For this we would surely need an agent? No! We did it ourselves and here is how you can do it too.

1. Draft the agreement and sign

A format of the agreement can be found here. The terms and conditions should be reviewed to suit the property and the Licensor (owner) and Licensee (tenant).

Print the agreement on white or green legal size paper. Depending on the period of the agreement and the financials, Stamp Duty will be payable. If you are paying the Stamp Duty through stamp paper, then you should print the agreement (or part of it) on the stamp paper. Leave some space on each page for the sub-registrar’s numbering. Printing can be done on both sides of the paper (back to back). If you are paying the Stamp Duty through franking, you need to leave space for franking.

There is no need to assign page numbers while printing. All pages of the agreement should be signed by both parties. In case of any corrections, the parties need to countersign with their initials. On the last page of the agreement where both parties sign next to their names, left thumb impressions need to be affixed and photographs stuck. The PAN numbers of both the parties should be recorded next to the names.

Two witnesses also need to sign. Choose witnesses who have proper photo ID cards (such as PAN card/ Aadhaar card/ Voter ID card) and who will be able to be present at the time of registration.

If any party has given Power of Attorney (POA), a photocopy of this needs to be attached to the agreement. Photocopy can be back to back. Photocopies of the PAN cards of the Licensor/ POA holder, Licensee and photo IDs of both witnesses need to be attached to the agreement. Photocopies of all the IDs can be done on one paper or back to back.

The agreement needs to be registered within four months from the date of signing.

Tip: When registering, both the sides of the paper, blank sides included, are numbered. Scanning charges are based on the number of pages so it is preferable to use both sides of the sheets while printing and making photocopies to append to the agreement.

2. Pay the Stamp Duty and Registration Fee

First you need to calculate the Stamp Duty and Registration Fee.

The amount of Stamp Duty is 0.25% of the sum of
– Total monthly rent paid for the period
– Non-refundable deposit
– 10% of the refundable deposit * no. of years (or part thereof) of agreement.

This amount is rounded off to the nearest Rs 100.

e.g. If the agreement is for two years, monthly rent is Rs 20,000 for the first year and Rs 21,000 for the second year, refundable deposit is Rs 1,20,000, non-refundable deposit is Rs 20,000, then the stamp duty is calculated as follows.

Total monthly rent = (20,000 * 12) + (21,000 * 12) = 4,92,000
Non-refundable deposit = 20,000
10% of refundable deposit for 2 years = (0.10 * 1,20,000) * 2 = 24,000
Stamp Duty = 0.25% of (4,92,000 + 20,000 + 24,000) = 1340 (rounded off to 1300) – Pay 1300

Registration is flat Rs 1000.

Do a cross check using the calculator on the Maharashtra Stamps Dept website

Note that Stamp Duty can be paid through e-challan, franking, stamp paper, e-stamp, e-SBTR, etc.

Stamp Duty and Registration fee can be paid online or over the counter. The fee can be paid either by the Licensor or the Licensee.

The following 4 posters at a Mumbai sub-registrar office provides step-by-step instructions on how to pay. Pay separately for Stamp Duty and Registration, in two separate transactions.

Payment Annexure 1

Payment Annexure 2

Payment Annexure 3

Payment Annexure 4

Payment through GRAS is a convenient mode and seems to be preferred at the sub-registrar’s office. To do it this way, click this link If the Licensor is paying the amount, enter his/her name first. In case of more than one Licensor, enter the first name and write “plus one other” or “plus two others” as the case may be. Print the challans. Note down the GRN no. (it will be in the format MH xxxxxx) separately for Stamp Duty and Registration. This is called payment through e-challan.

3. Get your Public Data Entry number

To do this visit the isarita website

Before you actually start, read the iSarita user manual. It will give you an idea of what to expect. Also, keep the SARATHI helpline no. 8888007777 and website at hand. In case you get stuck at any point during data entry, call them for help or check online. You could encounter a few irritants, but nothing that you cannot overcome. One wonders where our software architects are hiding. This country is supposed to have the best in the world but this website is no showpiece and as with other government websites is clearly the agents’ delight! The harder it looks, the better their business.

Sarathi contact info

Keep the agreement that you have signed at hand. You will need information that is contained in it to be entered in the Public Data Entry form. You will also need the Survey No./ CTS No./ Plot No. of the property. This will be somewhere in the Sale Deed and would be available with the building society.

The password you enter is important. Note it down.

You will need to choose the SRO Office. You can choose one that is convenient for you, but remember that it is not compulsory to go to that office for registration. Registration can be done at any of the offices that fall in the jurisdiction of the property, irrespective of which you choose here. A full list will appear at the end of the data entry process.

When you reach the screen Presentation Step1, choose “36-Leave and Licenses”. On doing this, you may get a pop-up directing you to a different website, as seen below.

Presentation Step1 first screen

Ignore this pop-up and enter some figures in any of the visible fields on the screen. On doing this, the pop-up will disappear and you can continue the data entry.

Tips: Date of Execution needs to be current or previous date. This means that you can do data entry only after having executed the agreement. When entering the rent, you need to enter the average for the whole period. E.g. if the rent is Rs 20,000 in the first year and Rs 21,000 in the second year. The average rent for a month will be Rs 20,500.

Once you have entered the rent and deposit amounts, click “Calculate Stamp Duty”.

Presentation Step1

Then click “Stamp Duty Pay Details”. You can now enter the Stamp Duty payment details. After you have done this, click “Save”. The details will appear in a box at the bottom of the screen. You can make changes to the entry at any time by choosing “Select”. Once your info is correct, click “Close”. This will take you back to the Presentation Step1. Check that the data entered is correct. On clicking “Next” you will be taken to the next screen “Property Details” where you will have been assigned a Public Data Entry number. This is important. Note down this number.

Proceed to enter the details at each screen. Remember to click “Save” at each screen to save the data before going to the next screen.

You may encounter a message “Data not in proper format”. The system usually does not tell you what is wrong so you will have to figure it out. There may be a missing field or there may be a special character that is not allowed. Call the SARATHI helpline if you are starting to feel exasperated.

While entering names, ensure that all the fields (surname, first name, middle name) are filled. Blank fields especially for the witnesses (Identification Details) will not be accepted. If there is no middle name put a hyphen (-).

Both the Licensor and Licensee names need to be entered. To add a sheet for data entry click “Add”. To correct an entry, click “Select” in the saved box at the bottom of the screen. Then change the info you want and click “Update”. While entering the names of the Licensor and Licensee, take care to mark who has paid the Stamp Duty (to match the e-challan/ payment of Stamp Duty) and the Presentor. If there is a Power of Attorney holder in the picture, this needs to be mentioned along with the name of the person who is being represented. There is no specific field for this, but it can be put next to the name or under Identification Mark.

Special characters in Marathi translation may not be accepted. To type in English and get Marathi click the link of this name and it will take you to a new screen where you can correct spellings and write anything else required.

This data entry is the most important step as the information entered here is what is accessed at the time of registration. Ensure that the information entered here matches the information entered in the agreement that has been signed.

The data entry info is saved as you go along, so you can log out at any time. To return to continue you will need to go to the first screen and enter your Public Data Entry No. and password.

Once you have completed the data entry, it will take you to a screen where you can review the details and print. This is called “Nondanipurvgoshwara Report”. You need to carry a print with you when you go for registration.

The last screen displays the all possible offices where the registration can be done. The parties can go to any of these offices.

4. Fixing an appointment

You can fix an appointment using the online Token Booking System

Here you can check the booking chart to see free slots and actually do the booking. You will need your Public Data Entry No. to do a booking. Once you have booked a slot, take a screen shot of the booking confirmation (the Receipt tab sometimes does not work). You can also rebook the appointment to move it to a different slot. Booking needs to be done two days in advance i.e. today you can book for day after tomorrow. Take a print out of your booking confirmation.

From experience, the token booking seems to have no consequence. When you go to the sub-registrar’s office, you need to give your papers for checking at which time you will be given a running serial number, irrespective of the token number you have. There will be many people (agents) who walk in at any time. Anyway, it is good to make an appointment. If you get delayed you can take out the token and create a fuss.

5. Put together your papers

The following are the papers you should have:
– Print out of your appointment token
– Public Data Entry (Nondanipurvgoshwara Report) print out
– Stamp Duty paid challan (if paid through GRAS)
– Registration fee paid challan
– Original Agreement duly signed by Licensor, Licensee, two witnesses
– Power of Attorney (if applicable)
– Photocopies of the PAN cards of Licensor, Licensee, POA holder (if applicable) and ID proofs of the two witnesses
– Original PAN cards of Licensor, Licensee, POA holder (if applicable)
– Original ID proofs of the two witnesses

You also need to carry:
– Cash to be paid towards scanning charges of the agreement and annexures (Rs 20 per page, blank sides included)
– Stationery – pens, stapler
– if possible – your laptop with internet connection. This in case there is an error in your data entry and you need to correct it.

6. Go to the sub-registrar’s office to register

The Licensor, Licensee and two witnesses need to go on the day of registration.

Tip: To ensure that your papers are in order, you could go a day or two earlier and show the papers to the duty clerk. This way you will be sure that on the day you will not face any problems, especially as there will be at least four of you going.

Give your papers to the duty clerk to check. He will assign a running token number so you will know how long you may need to wait. In case there is a POA holder, a separate declaration will need to be signed and appended to the agreement.

Once your papers have been certified to be in order by the clerk, the sub-registrar will take a look and give orders to proceed. The document is next given to the numbering clerk for numbering. Both sides of every sheet are numbered. The data entry checker will check for any typos that have occurred because of translation. Corrections, if any, can be done here. Then the parties and witnesses are photographed and biometric left thumb prints taken. A print out of this sheet needs to be signed by the parties and witnesses.

In the meantime, the Stamp Duty and Registration receipts will be retrieved from the internal system by the clerk and defaced as “paid”. Scanning charges need to be paid in cash and a receipt for registration plus scanning charges will be issued. The Presentor of the documents will need to sign in the register and he/she will need to return in about an hour to collect the original document and the scanned copy in CD form. In case the Presentor cannot go back, he/she can give an authority letter to a representative for collection.

Tip: By registering your Leave and License Agreement, you are adhering to the law. No one is doing you any favours and neither are you. Be patient but assertive. Resist offering any speed money. If your documents are in order, the whole process should not take more than an hour. If there are problems with your documents, find out what they are and solve them then and there. You are likely to find many people (most likely experienced agents) willing to help.

Congratulations! You have done it! What few have done before!

The Maharashtra Government has a module where it is possible to complete registration of Leave and License Agreement without having to visit a sub-registrar’s office. For this the following are pre-requisites:
– Hardware – Biometric Device (Thumb Scanner), Webcam, Internet explorer 9
– All the parties to the document and their identifiers cum witnesses should have been registered with UIDA (should have Aadhaar Card) and have PAN card
– Stamp Duty and Registration fee should be paid online through GRAS
For more information check out

Update 4-May-2016 based on information provided by a blog visitor
Online registration is possible in two ways – by yourself or through an Authorised Service Provider (ASP). ASP may work out cheaper if you do not have ready access to a biometric device. A technical representative of the ASP will visit you at your doorstep and take thumb impressions for verification of the documents, and do everything else required. So you can get the rent agreement registered without leaving your home. The fees charged by ASPs are in the Rs 700-1500 range. In the comments section of this post, you can find links to some ASPs. (Please do your own due diligence before engaging with the ASPs.)

7. Police verification

Owners in Mumbai are supposed to inform the police when they rent out their houses. Building societies sometimes ask for a police verification paper before they allow tenants to move in. Though recent newspaper reports (as displayed at the police station) indicate that this is not required, the policeman at the police station revealed that they have recently come up with a new form, which can be found here. (The form was not available with the policeman. He asked me to pick it up from the photocopy shop across the road.)

No NOC notice at police station

There is no need to enclose a copy of the rental agreement. The form asks for information about the owner, tenant and agent, and needs to be accompanied by a photo of the tenant, ID proof (Driving Licence/Aadhaar card/ Voter ID, etc.), details of place of work, letter from employer. These need to be submitted to the police station. Take a photocopy of the form. This will be stamped and signed by the policeman in acknowledgement of receipt and can be used for building society purposes.

8. Building society formalities

Apart from the police verification, building societies will have certain formalities before allowing a new tenant to occupy a house. They may ask for Form 11 and Form 29. Formats can be found here. The society may also charge the tenant a fee for moving in. Societies are so used to agents doing everything that they may find it strange to respond to your queries, but don’t hesitate to ask for the move-in procedure.

Now you are all set to move into your new home. Good luck!

Information as on March 2015, with update May 2016.


62 thoughts on “Getting your Leave and License Agreement registered in Mumbai

  1. Shirley March 25, 2015 / 10:11 pm

    So detailed and informative. 👍


  2. 9892291386 April 6, 2015 / 5:53 pm

    i have on verbal trust by the owner of the flat and by the person looking for flat both agreed to pay one month brokerage now they have verbally though now they have renewd the contract after a year yet not paying brokerage rented flat for 1 lakh 40 per month initially owner payed a nominal amount of 45 thousand and said next renewal pay up but now refusing


  3. aziz shaikh May 4, 2015 / 12:37 pm

    A very useful info u have put up on leave and license agreement.covered every details.thanks.


  4. Andrea May 6, 2015 / 11:30 pm

    What a wonderful post! After reading this one, I went on to a few of your other posts- very enlightening! What a good soul you are!


  5. Vikrant May 28, 2015 / 5:22 pm

    useful article….


  6. Rahul June 22, 2015 / 1:02 pm

    Nice article. Are the stamp duty and registration charges to be shared between the landlord and tenant ? i.e this 1340+1000 is the overall charges for the two parties or is it that each of the party has to pay the amount? What are the other charges which the broker charge for the registration?


  7. Arathi Manay June 22, 2015 / 1:27 pm

    Generally the stamp duty and registration charges are shared by landlord and tenant, but it is not a rule and depends on the mutual understanding. It is possible that the landlord/ tenant picks up the total cost. The example in the article (1340+1000) is the total amount. In addition would be scanning charges and notarising the document (if required), which the broker may or may not include in his fees.
    A broker would include expenses incurred and charges for his time, contacts and expertise – costs of typing and printing the agreement, online application filing, enabling the registration, getting police verification done, “speed money” he pays to officials at various points. This currently would be Rs 5000-10000.


  8. Rajneesh October 10, 2015 / 10:48 pm

    Online Leave & Lic Agreement Registration at your doorsteps. No need to visit Sub Registrar Office
    Mob 9920 21 9668
    Email :
    Plz send me ur email id to forward copy of standard Rent agreement draft .
    Service charge Rs 1500 only .


  9. Rajeev November 28, 2015 / 11:08 pm

    Thanks for the help. could manage to get Leave and License registered for Kharghar in Panvel without too much problem. I didnt have witnesses, but managed to find some on spot, though it was difficult. So i suggest that take witnesses with you.
    I thought i better get used to it … this is the future. Digital India!


  10. Jagruti Jain December 23, 2015 / 10:15 am

    so very useful. Thanks a lot Arathi


  11. sai January 27, 2016 / 4:48 pm

    hi can any one also guide list of on line agents (who are not estate agents)


  12. Pradeep Nag February 28, 2016 / 7:24 pm

    User can check stamp duty and registration charges on in just one click


  13. rentagreementpune March 2, 2016 / 6:24 pm

    Online Leave License agreement in Pune from Authorised Service Provider of department of registration and stamp of Government of Maharashtra is only or call 8180006100


  14. Pradeep March 9, 2016 / 10:30 am

    Thanks Arathi. Much appreciated.


  15. Anshuman March 18, 2016 / 9:43 pm

    Thanks a LOT!!! This was very very useful. I renewed my LandL agreement without any agent by following your given guidelines.

    Also, the SARATHI helpline no. 8888007777 was really helpful while filling the Public Data Entry form. It is amazing how a government helpline could be so helpful, they were patient, they clearly asked the problem and also encourage you to call back again. (The helpline closes at 9:00 pm.)

    I was not able to book the token online. In the SRO office they said they entertain on the first come first serve basis. Also they give higher priority to the direct party (as they were calling us) over agents, so your work gets done first. Even though there were a pile of LandL on the SR’s desk (the agents use the backdoor before the time beings) he did ours first! We were free in just 20 minutes! So easy! We thanked him and others for their kind co-operation.

    At the last minute my friend discovered a mistake in the Public Data Entry details that we had printed, I had already bookmarked the website on my mobile, within a minute we corrected it. Although we couldn’t print a new copy of the details, but the digital data was correct which ultimately got reflected in the documents printed by the SRO.

    Please note: The new Public Data Entry website is broken, use the old website which is complete. (as on March 2016)


  16. swapnil K April 4, 2016 / 7:30 pm

    Do your registration of leave and license agreement at your doorstep. The Maharashtra government has taken a decision to launch e-registration of these agreements without having to go physically to the sub registrar office (SRO). The stamps and registration department has initiated this move considering surge in the registration of leave and license agreements instead of actual purchase of flats especially in Mumbai, Pune and other towns in the state.

    For information of Leave and License registration online service in Mumbai and Pune :

    Follow link
    99 20 96 37 30
    swapnil kadam


  17. Krishna April 27, 2016 / 2:16 pm

    Thanks for the detailed write up. Is this procedure applicable to Mumbai only or is it the same procedure in pimpri chinchwad @ Pune?


  18. Arathi Manay April 27, 2016 / 8:57 pm

    I think it would be applicable for the whole of MH, but please do check at your local office.


  19. Gauravkumar Kate April 29, 2016 / 1:08 pm

    Get Rent Agreement Resisted at your door step. 50% off service Charges.
    As low at 700Rs Only.
    For information of Leave and License registration online service in Mumbai and Pune :

    Follow link
    +91 9920 515 559
    Gauravkumar Kate


  20. contactus12x7gmailcom May 2, 2016 / 10:49 pm

    Online Leave & Lic Agreement Registration at your doorsteps. No need to visit Sub Registrar Office
    Mob 9920 21 9668 / 8879377411 call for Quick Services.


  21. contactus12x7gmailcom May 2, 2016 / 10:51 pm

    Online Leave & Lic Agreement Registration at your doorsteps. No need to visit Sub Registrar Office
    Mob 9920 21 9668 / 8879 37 7411
    Email :
    Plz send me ur email id to forward copy of standard Rent agreement draft .


  22. Gauravkumar Kate May 4, 2016 / 2:09 pm

    Dear Arathi,

    Very helpful post. Please upgrade your post for availability of online rent agreement registration facility made available by Government of Maharashtra. People can get there Rent Agreement Registered at Doorstep. Here is the link
    All parties must have aadhar and PAN card.


  23. Kera Decarlo May 8, 2016 / 7:07 pm

    Excellent piece , I learned a lot from the info ! Does anyone know if I could possibly get a sample a form version to fill out ?


  24. Arathi Manay May 8, 2016 / 7:33 pm

    Thanks very much. Have updated the post.


  25. DONTE CHMIELEWSKI May 10, 2016 / 7:28 am

    Hello Kera . I got access to a blank a form version at this place


  26. Mahendar Prajapati May 12, 2016 / 11:48 pm

    Aap ko thanks..
    Qki yeh service muje bhot achi lagi Sukriya


  27. Kabir June 7, 2016 / 5:40 pm

    Anulom is by far the best service that has spread by word of mouth.


  28. Dipesh June 15, 2016 / 5:24 pm

    Gauravkumar Kate from is making false commitment of Rs. 700 service charge for agreement at door step to get the response from customers. when i called up he asked for more charges. beware of such fake service providers.


  29. Gauravkumar Kate June 16, 2016 / 9:00 am

    Dear Mr. Dipesh, Sorry for your inconvenience . These are the old pricing. Revised Pricing are as follows. For outlet service – Rs 700. For Doorstep Service Rs. 1200. We have a best technology in the market. One can create his/her own draft and refer it for discussion free of cost.


  30. Jitendra July 2, 2016 / 4:46 pm


  31. John July 8, 2016 / 2:23 pm

    That was very helpful and very detailed.Thank you so much for taking the time out to help out by sharing your experiences.


  32. Tezas July 12, 2016 / 11:10 pm

    If i have registration number and i have lost the agreement as a tenant, how can i get copy of my agrrement online or in which office for flat in chembur?


  33. rahul July 14, 2016 / 9:15 pm

    wonderful blog…it was very helpful


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  35. Khud Karo October 18, 2016 / 5:23 pm

    Do not pay service fees every year, when you can do it yourself. Learn once and do it yourself anytime, anywhere. Call 855.409.7252


  36. Abid October 21, 2016 / 12:16 pm

    I am having problems tranfering the name on my flat. The flat is on my fathers name and he has expired, the nominee is my per society rules i have submitted an application for name transfer…its been 4 yrs..the society chairman is a powerful person and is not paying anyheed towards it and most of the time is abroad…its difficult to get in touch with him…pls suggest another legal way.


  37. Rahul November 5, 2016 / 9:00 pm

    For Pune, the lowest price I’ve come across is 800 service charge for doorstep.
    You can reach out to those guys. Young team. 7709189146


  38. Rahul November 5, 2016 / 9:05 pm

    Anulom is becoming Mercedes (expensive n comfort). ..there are economical alternative s like Maruti(cheap n reliable) in market 🙂


  39. Neeta Ratwani December 8, 2016 / 6:23 pm

    Thank you so much for this very detailed step by step process, I finally got my registration done today. Their web sites are so badly designed and if it hadn’t been for your blog I would have given up, I wrote to them a stinker on their web site designing and working but of no avail. So much for digital India!


  40. Arathi Manay December 8, 2016 / 7:48 pm

    Neeta, So happy to know that you benefitted from my blog post. Yes, many of the govt websites are so badly made. Someone in govt mentioned that the job is given to the lowest quote, so this is what we get! To become Digital India, things will have to change, and soon.


  41. C F December 18, 2016 / 12:59 pm

    Hey ! Superb detailed guidance on the procedures. Thank you so much. You are truly doing a great Social service to the people. Keep it up.

    I am glad that we still have some really good souls in India despite the negativity we see around these days.

    Cleetus Fernandes


  42. Counselas - Lawyer January 13, 2017 / 12:54 pm

    The Online procedure for making Leave and License Agreement in Pune/ Mumbai and Maharashtra is very simple. All you have to do is provide the PAN Card Details and Aadhaar card details online of both the parties – ie Owner and Tenant on and prepare a draft. Then finally the biometric scan and photos are taken and verified with the UID data online to execute the agreement. The final step is the stamp of approval by the sub-registrar online and the Updating of the document online in the property registrar portal.

    However, if you want some assistance and want to execute the agreement asap, its always advisable to pay an additional amount of Rs 1000/- to any Lawyer or any service provider to expedite the process. The Lawyer or the associate will also take your biometric scans and finish the process asap.

    One of the vendors (with a team of Lawyers) who does a real good job and charges a very nominal fee in making Leave and License Agreement is

    In my personal advise, its always better to make a Leave and License Agreement from a Professional Lawyer. This is because they can help you in sending notice, incase you want to terminate the agreement and also cancel the agreement by creating a deed.

    Suggested portal for making all types of Legal documents plus Leave and License Agreement (Registered Rent Agreement) is


  43. Anurag January 14, 2017 / 11:41 am

    A very very useful information. Kudos to you for this work.
    Are we allowed to modify the terms and conditions of draft as per our need, or add new clauses in it, or is it mandatory to use matter draft provided at the website.


  44. Arathi Manay January 18, 2017 / 4:59 pm

    You can mofify. The draft is just to guide.


  45. K Desai February 17, 2017 / 3:53 pm

    Hi Arathi, You article is one of the finest articles on process of registration, the ;last 2 times I was dependent on my agent, but this time I am certainly gonna do it on my own


  46. Arathi Manay February 21, 2017 / 5:50 pm

    Thank you K Desai. Glad to be of help.


  47. Amol February 27, 2017 / 10:43 am

    Can I Notarise an agreement in Mumbai for an agreement done for a property in Pune?


  48. Arathi Manay February 27, 2017 / 8:45 pm

    By notarising an agreement it means that the notary confirms seeing the original, and that the copy is identical to the original. So it should not matter where you get it notarised.


  49. Tarun May 16, 2017 / 11:23 am

    Thanks for such a detailed information. 🙂


  50. Allwyn Leo Fernandes June 11, 2017 / 6:34 pm

    I am jobless and want to start one office for doing leave and licence how can i start so i can get work and earn some money and who can teach me is there any way


  51. rahul August 8, 2017 / 10:55 am

    very good info you have published. It has helped many. Thanks


  52. Maxmin August 15, 2017 / 11:16 am

    Thanks for the information Arathi. Can we Notarize the Leave and License agreement printed on non judicial stamp paper instead of registering it? Your advice is appreciated.


  53. Arathi Manay August 15, 2017 / 12:07 pm

    Maxmin – registration is mandatory in Maharashtra. If printed on stamp paper, the value paid for the stamp paper will be included in the stamp duty payable.


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