What is NOC for Land Sale?
Buying or selling Land or Property refers to the change in ownership of the property. Whenever you want to transfer a piece of land or immovable property, you need to take permission from the respective authority concerned and register the same, so that a legal ownership title is guaranteed to you.
To sale land or Property, the applicant needs to apply for a NOC (No Objection certificate) for transfer of immovable property from the authority as required under section 21 of registration Act 1908.
Checklist for NOC
- Apply NOC at the respective circle Office by submitting an application.
- There is a required amount of fees is applicable as per the rule.
- Attach required and supporting documents along with the application.
How to Apply for NOC for Land Sale in Assam?
The process is involved in obtaining a standard format Certificate from the Circle Officer and submits the duly filled application at the Deputy Commissioners Office.
- To obtain a NOC, the applicant has to visit the respective Circle Office.
- Fillup the NOC application form carefully.
- The application should be duly filled up and signed by both the seller(s)/purchaser(s).
- Attach all the required documents (Should be self-attested by the seller or duly notarized).
- Finally, pay the required fee as per rule to complete your application.
- After checking and clearing all the objections, the Deputy Commissioner will issue the NOC.
- After the NOC is issued, the applicant can go for registration and subsequently do the mutation of the Land or transfer.
You must be a resident of India and should be a legal owner/attorney holder.
What are the Documents Required to apply NOC?
- Court Fee.
- Buyer(s) and Seller(s) Photograph .
- Declaration of Consideration. In the case of Flat value of both Flat area and apportionment of Land.
- Up to date Revenue Receipt(Khajana Rashid).
- Citizenship of Purchaser(Certified Copy of Voter list/Passport, etc.).
- Jamabandi Copy/ Land Patta (if Available).
- Affidavit of Buyer(s) and Seller(s) or Power of Attorney Holder.
- Buyer(s) and Seller(s) Photo ID.
- Power of Attorney copy (if the Seller is an Attorney Holder).
- Pattadar to submit an affidavit in favour of Proof-of-Address Holder.
- Authority/NOC of Co-partner in case of flat.
- NOC from Co-Pattadar.
- GMC/GMDA/Municipality/Town Committee receipt/occupancy certificate in case of flat.
- PAN/TAN Card for both buyer(s) and Seller(s).
- Land Holding Certificate.
- Permission from Development Authority in case of land belongs to Town Area.
- Non-incumbance Certificate from Respective Registration Office.
How to Check Status of NOC Online?
- You can also check the status of NOC and download the approved NOC on http://revenueassam.nic.in/noconline/
- Besides viewing the Current Status of NOC Application, you can also apply for an extension of validity of the issued NOC.