MCD Mutation – MCD Mutation of property

We are providing (Municipal Corporation of Delhi) MCD mutation – MCD Mutation of property legal advice & assistance to our clients in Delhi.

MCD mutation i.e. mutation of property with MCD means the substitution of names of owner or ownership in the MCD record.

When do you require MCD mutation?

If you are a resident of Delhi and you have :

1. recently purchased a freehold property (residential house, flat, industrial or institutional land or commercial property, or

2. a freehold property has been devolved upon you through succession or will, or

3. a property has come to be owned by you through any other legal means e.g. Gift, Exchange, relinquishment etc.

You are required to give notice of such transfer or devolution to MCD (Municipal Corporation of Delhi) MCD.

We provide support and MCD mutation legal advice and assistance for MCD mutation of property in Delhi.

Why MCD mutation is necessary?

MCD mutation is as important as the property transaction.

It serves as a solid proof of ownership. Facilitate smooth property transactions.

It helps MCD to fix rightful ownership for charging property tax and other levies

It also helps in rectifying MCD records of any error or updating records of rightful ownership.

It helps in the further sale of a newly acquired property as prospective buyers might want to see the name of the record.

How do we help our clients with MCD mutation?

We help our clients with MCD mutation of property in Delhi in various ways including the followings:

1. Legally advising and understanding the document-related requirements, and

2. Compilation of documents for hassle-free and smooth work, and

3. Closing the rectification or error in required documents, and

4. Assistance in moving an application, and

5. Pursuing the dept on the client’s behalf for progress, and

6. Bring to the logical end of the process of MCD mutation of property.

What legal services do we provide for MCD mutation?

Residential house Mutation

Commercial property mutation

Industrial land or property mutation

Institutional land or property mutation

Why do clients choose us for MCD mutation?

Best Legal Advice  

Issues may be complex. It is imperative to listen to the client.

We give ear. We understand the issue, weigh them on legal parameters, and come out with a practical solution.

Honouring Client’s Trust

The client has issues. He does not have the solution. He may not have the vision which goes to the solution.

Trust is bestowed upon a professional by the client to give him a solution in his best interest.

To give him that clear vision that goes to the solution.

We honour that trust.

Confidentiality

The client shares his issues with a professional. Such issues may contain non -public or confidential information of the client.

How can we be contacted for MCD mutation queries?

For all questions or queries related to MCD mutation of property in Delhi, our clients can contact us by:

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Our other related legal services

Comprehensive Property Due diligence

Property Purchase Legal Assistance and Advice

Property Buy–Sale Agreement Dispute

Suit for enforcement of Agreement to sale

Sale deed drafting and registration

Real Estate Litigation or Property Litigation

Related laws, Bare Acts, Rules or Regulations

Transfer of Property Act, 1882