Plot termed as owner's plot of developer of society.
I have a residential plot in surat and its termed as owners plot. I have agreement registered in smc (surat minicipal corp) recently and paid stamp duty of 104000/- .Its a residential society with plot size of 89 vaar (1 vaar = 9 foot) and consists of raw houses and is developing quickly. Plot is owned by me but its termed as owner's plot where owner plot I think means plot of developer of the society...The society was developed by my cousin & my dad and many of our relatives had their names in 7/12 of land. Unfortunately my cousin is no more & this plot is being given to me by him.
When i asked the concerned person about selling it , i was being told that the plot is shown as owner's plot and not the normal plot in Society Plan which has been submitted to smc during plan pass and I myself can avail loan on the plot to construct but if I sell the plot to anyone then he would not be eligible to get loan from the bank. Now my question is when I have paid required stamp duty and have valid agreement (Dastavej) of the plot then why cant I sell it and seller can avail loan on it.
I request to kindly let me know weather this is real law that if during plan pass a plot shown as owner's plot is not eligible for loan if sold to anyone or am being misguided so that i may sell off my plot at discounted price.
It is necessary to go through the agreement entered by you for purchase of said plot. If you have paid full consideration for purchase of plot you are absolute owner of said plot. It cannot be regarded as developer plot. Based on registered agreement make an application for mutation of plot in your name. You would be entitled to sell the plot . contact a local lawyer. Cross check records with SMC. Also peruse society plan sanctioned by SMC. As owner you are entitled to take inspection of records.
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