Relinquishment Deed Registration
A relinquishment deed is a mode of transferring the rights of an immovable property. It is a legal document through which the property’s owner formally gives up or releases his/her legal rights over the property. This deed is generally used to transfer the share in property after the death of a person.
When the owner of a property dies without leaving a will or testimony will, in such cases the property will be inherited by his/her legal heirs, as per the provisions of the Hindu Succession Act, 1956. A relinquishment deed will be used for sharing the property among the legal heirs and then getting the Mutation done in favour of the legal heirs in MCD, DDA, L & DO’s records. This deed is required to be registered carefully. It is also subject to the close scrutiny by the Sub-Registrar.