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MHADA (Transfer, Lease, Plot Allotment, Eligibility)

MHADA room transfer procedure:

MHADA properties are allotted to the interested applicants from the lower and middle-income groups in the state of Maharashtra. When a MHADA property owner completes 5 years of lock-in period, he can transfer the rights of tenancy to the other interested parties. There are certain MHADA rules and regulations for transfer of flats and there is a different procedure of MHADA Ownership transfer procedure than a regular property transfer. I will tell you in brief all of the information and documents you should get from the owner of the flat.

The major steps involved in MHADA flat transfer procedure are:
Get the nue-dues certificate from the current owner and society
Ask the property owner to share a legal allotment letter with you which was given by the MHADA authorities at the time of allotment of the flat.
Check the balance on electricity and water meters.
Now make a sale agreement in your name and pay the stamp duty and registration charges.
After registration, send the registered sale agreement copy to MHADA office along with a transfer fee of Rs. 35000 to get the transfer certificate.
Ask the seller to transfer power of attorney in your name.