Registration Certificate Attestation from SEPL Group
Registration is the process of recording the document with an assigned officer/department to safeguard its copies whereas Attestation the done to ensure the validity of the document.
The Registration Act, 1908 aims to record and registration of documents/instruments that gives them more authenticity.
Hon’ble Supreme Court in case of Suraj Lamp and Industries Pvt. Ltd. versus the State of Haryana and Another AIR 2012 SC 206, states as under:
“The Registration Act, 1908, was enacted to provide orderliness, discipline and public notice concerning transactions relating to immovable property and protection from fraud and forgery of documents of transfer.”
There are two types of registration according to The Registration Act, 1908 namely “Mandatory Registration” that comes under Section 17 and “Optional Registration” that comes under Section 18.
According to the registration of documents under Section 23 of the Act, subject to certain exceptions, any document other than a Will has to be presented for registration within four months from the date of its execution. The term execution defines the signing of the agreement.
Registration of Certificate
The registration process provides the seal that certain documents are genuine and can be shown in a foreign country. Registration of the documents can be done from the issued country of the certificate for the use of Foreign Countries like UAE, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait, etc.
Documents required for Registration Certificate Attestation in India:
- Original Certificate
- Passport copy
- Visa Copy
- 2 Photographs
- Authorization letter