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Mutation in DDA and L & DO

Mutation in DDA and L & DO : Mutation of a property means the transfer of the title of ownership of an immovable property from one person to another.

Mutation of the property is usually done after the death of the original allottee of the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) or Land & Development Office (L&DO) property, or when it is sold.

The new owner will be the legal and rightful owner of the property after mutation. One can apply for the mutation in both WILL and NO WILL cases.

  • Mutation is the process of substitution in the place of the previous lessee, the name(s) of new owner.
  • Upon transfer of the leased premises by way of sale or gift etc., the name of transferee is mutated in the records of the lessor, that is, Delhi Development Authority ( DDA).
  • Mutation of property is required when there is a sale, gift, partition by the original owner or in the case of death of the owner.
  • Mutation of property is also required when the legal heirs want to sell a property inherited by them after the death of the owner.
  • In case of death of the owner mutation will required to be done in the name of his legal heirs.
  • If the owner leaves behind a will, the mutation will be carried out in the name of the beneficiary. However, such a will should have been executed by the owner out of love and affection and not for monetary consideration.
  • Moreover, the property should not have passed to the beneficiary during the life time of the TESTATOR.
  • If the owner dies intestate that is, without leaving any will, then the provisions of the Indian succession act, 1925 or the Hindu Succession Act, 1956 will be applicable and his properties will be distributed equally among all his class I legal heirs.
  • In such case, any legal heir can apply for mutation of the property in their names by submitting the necessary documents.

Important Note* : Mutation of DDA property is only done after the death of Original Allot tee. In case the owner of the property was G.P.A holder DDA has a different scheme for this i.e. Substitution of DDA Property.

Original Allottee : The individual who have purchased the property direct from the DDA is known as original allottee. The mutation of property means transferring the ownership of property from one person to another. Mutation of a leasehold property is usually required upon the death of the Allottee/Registrant of the property.

The documents (GPA, Agreement to Sell, Payment Receipt etc.) dated before September 24, 2001, are allowed by the DDA for attestation from the Notary Public or registration from the Sub-Registrar Office. The Agreement to Sell and GPA are required to be attested from the Sub-Registrar Office with stamp duty paid

The procedure for the mutation of a property is divided into two cases, WILL and NO WILL

Documents required for the mutation of property with will 

  • A share certificate
  • A Letter of Possession or Allotment cum Possession Letter (Possession letter should include the signature of the allottee verified through the society.
  • An original copy of No Objection Certificate (NOC), which include the name of the allottee, membership number, name of the person covered under the will, and details of the ground rent.
  • ‘D’ Form and Perpetual Lease Deed or an Occupancy Certificate.
  • ‘D’ Form and Perpetual Lease Deed or an Occupancy Certificate.
  • Original copy of the death certificate of the allottee.
  • Original copy of the certified will issued by the Sub-Registrar Office.
  • Any two document showing the relationship between the allottee and the person mentioned in the will (PAN Card, Aadhar Card, Driving license, Passport etc.).
  • Requirement of any of the two address proof documents for showing the physical possession of both allottee and the person mentioned in the will (Aadhar Card, Driving license, Passport, Electricity Bill etc.).

Documents required for the mutation of property without will

  • A share certificate
  • A Letter of Possession or Allotment cum Possession Letter (Possession letter should include the signature of the allottee verified through the society.
  • An original copy of No Objection Certificate (NOC), which includes the name of the allottee, membership number, name of the person covered under the will, and details of the ground rent.
  • ‘D’ Form and Perpetual Lease Deed or an Occupancy Certificate.
  • Requirement of any of the two address proof documents for showing the physical possession of both allottee and the person mentioned in the will (Aadhar Card, Driving license, Passport, Electricity Bill etc.).
    Original copy of the death certificate of the allottee.
  • Any two document showing the relationship proof of all the legal heirs (PAN Card, Aadhar Card, Driving license, Passport etc.).

Note : An allottee is required to submit the photocopies of all the above listed documents after attesting from 1st Class Officer/Gazetted Officer, except NOC from Society, Death Certificate, and Certified Copy.

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