Renting a property in metropolitan cities is a tedious task. A rental agreement is executed between a landlord and a tenant, laying down the details about tenancy duration, amount of deposit, and amount of rent, among many other things. In certain metropolitan cities, it is mandatory to register the rental agreements, whereas in others, notarizing the rental agreement is mandatory. Registration of a rental agreement makes the agreement a government-validated record, which then helps to settle any future disputes pertaining to the property. Takelegal.in makes the rental agreement drafting and registration process extremely simple and accessible.
Upon receiving your request for availing of our Rental Agreement and Registration services through the form on this page, Takelegal.in’s representative will reach out to you directly for further details on your business and run you through the registration process.
After obtaining all the relevant details, Takelegal.in’s drafting experts will draft a watertight rental agreement protecting your interests. Once you approve the draft, the registration process will begin.
For registering a rental agreement, the physical presence of the tenant and the property owner will be required. Takelegal.in will send an executive to the location of your choice to take biometric fingerprints of all the tenants and the property owner as required by the government. After five (05) working days, a registered soft copy will be sent to you via email and post, if required.
Takelegal.in believes in speedy resolution of matters. To create a mechanism of smooth functioning, Takelegal.in advises you to submit the following documents to us at the earliest:
Registering a rental agreement is mandated by respective state governments. However, Takelegal.in advises property owners and tenants for a registered rental agreement as it removes any consideration of a dispute arising between the parties. Having a rental agreement in place is a win-win situation since property owners cannot unlawfully remove the tenants from the property, and the owners can also be secure about their property’s safety.
Yes. In case of breach of rights and duties by any party to the rental agreement, there lies a definite legal ground for claiming compensation from the other party.