Ownership Transfer Service

Ownership Transfer Service by Property Fixer BD

Transfer ownership of land can be a complicated and challenging process. Property Fixer BD is here to provide expert legal guidance and support, ensuring a smooth and efficient property transfer that is compliant with all relevant laws and regulations. Contact us today at 01711947617 to discuss your specific needs and let us help you navigate the property ownership transfer process with confidence.

Service Overview:

Our expert legal services provide clients with the following benefits:

  • Preparation of transfer documents and agreements
  • Property title search and verification
  • Registration of property transfer
  • Payment of relevant government fees and taxes


Our expert legal services provide clients with the following benefits:

  • Peace of mind knowing your property transfer is legally complaints
  • Expert guidance through the entire transfer process
  • Avoidance of potential legal disputes or financial losses
  • Efficient property transfer, saving time and resources

Legal Process:

Our expert legal services provide clients with the following benefits:

  • Title search and verification to confirm the property’s ownership history and identify any potential issues
  • Preparation of the transfer documents, including the sale deed or gift deed, as appropriate
  • Payment of relevant government fees, such as stamp duty and registration fees
  • Registration of the property transfer at the Sub-Registrar’s Office
  • Obtaining the updated title document reflecting the new ownership
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How to Transfer Ownership of Land in Bangladesh:

To transfer ownership of land in Bangladesh, there are specific steps and procedures that need to be followed. Here is a detailed guide on how to transfer ownership of land in Bangladesh:

  • Obtain the Certified Copy of the Deed: The first step is to obtain a certified copy of the deed or the original document of ownership. This document contains the details of the property, including its location, boundaries, and ownership information. It is essential to ensure that the deed is properly executed and registered.

  • Verification of the Deed: Once you have certified copy of the deed, you need to verify its authenticity. This involves checking the ownership history, as well as confirming that the deed is free from any disputes, litigation, or encumbrances. You can do this by visiting the local land office or hiring a lawyer to conduct a title search. The transfer deed, also known as a “kabala,” must be signed by both the seller (the transferor) and the buyer (the transferee). This document sets forth the terms and conditions of the transfer, including the purchase price, the payment schedule, and any other specific agreements between the parties, are outlined in this document.

  • Payment of Stamp Duty: Stamp duty is a tax imposed on the transfer deed, and it is based on the assessed value of the property. The buyer is wholly responsible for paying the stamp duty, which is calculated base on a portion of the property’s value. The stamp duty rates can vary depending on the location and the type of property. It is important to consult with the local land office or a lawyer to determine the applicable stamp duty rates.

  • Registration of the Transfer Deed: After the transfer deed is executed and the stamp duty is paid, it must be registered with the local Sub-Registry Office within the jurisdiction where the property is located. Both the buyer and the seller must appear in person or authorize a representative with a power of attorney to register the deed. You have to submit the necessary paperwork, pay the necessary registration fees, and provide registration office with any additional informations they may require in order to register.

  • Mutation and Record Updating: Once the transfer deed is registered, it is essential to update the land records to reflect the new ownership. This process is known as “mutation.” The buyer must apply for mutation at the local land office and submit the registered deed, along with other supporting documents. The land office will update the records to reflect the new ownership.

  • Updating Tax Records: After the transfer of ownership, it is necessary to update the tax records to reflect the new owner. The buyer must apply to the local tax authority, usually the local municipal corporation or the Union Parishad, to update the tax records. This includes transferring the property tax assessment and updating the owner’s information for future tax payments.

  • Possession and Handover: Once all the legal formalities are completed, the seller should hand over possession of the property to the buyer. It is essential to document the transfer of possession through a delivery and acceptance note, which acknowledges that the buyer has received physical possession of the property.

It is important to note that the process may vary slightly depending on the specific circumstances and location within Bangladesh. To ensure adherence to the relevant laws and regulations, it is advised to get advice from a trained attorney or the local land office.

How can I Transfer Land in Bangladesh?

Registration is must. Under the present laws of Bangladesh, the deed by which the property will be transferred is required to be registered with the relevant Sub Registry Office. Non-registered document has no legal value and the any party will not be able to enforce his/her right if the deed is not registered.

How to Transfer Your Property or Transfer Ownership of Land:

  • Fill in an AP1 form.
  • Make certain whether you’re transferring all or part of the property.
  • Fill in an ID1 identity form.
  • Find enough money to pay the fee.
  • Send the information to the Land Registry Office.

Transfer of Property ACT in Bangla:

Transfer of Property Act of 1882 as well as transfer ownership of land for your information is showing here: অবগতিপ্রাপ্ততার আইন, ১৮৮২ ধর্মগত বা সাধারণ অটুট সম্পত্তির ও বিনিময়বিন্যাসের বিধান সম্পর্কিত আইন।

  • ১. ধারা ১: পরিচ্ছন্ন ব্যাক্তি বা সংঘের পক্ষে জায়গার উত্তরাধিকার কেবল যদি প্রতিষ্ঠানের জন্যে প্রদান কর্তক জানিয়ে থাকে বা বর্তমানে প্রদান কর্তকের নিকট উপস্থাপন হয়ে থাকে।
  • ২. ধারা ২: যে অবস্থায় বা কারণে যদি ধার্যকৃত জায়গা অপসারণ হয় তবে অবস্থানটি ক্ষয় করা যায়।
  • ৩. ধারা ৩: ধার্যকৃত জায়গার উত্তরাধিকার অধিকারী যদি উত্তরাধিকার পক্ষের অন্য ধার্যকৃত জায়গা একই সময়ে হয় তবে তাদের মধ্যে একই অধিকার থাকে যদি নয় তবে বড় মানুষ উত্তরাধিকার অধিকারী হয়ে থাকে।
  • ৪. ধারা ৪: জায়গার উপর অধিকার অর্জনের জন্য নিম্নলিখিত প্রস্তাবনা করতে হয়:
  • (ক) বিক্রয়পত্র
  • (খ) বড় মানুষের দ্বারা অধিকার অর্জন
  • ৫. ধারা ৫: ধার্যকৃত জায়গার উপর অধিকার অর্জনের জন্য বিক্রয়পত্র আবদ্ধ হলে ব্যবহারকারী পক্ষের উপর একটি স্বাক্ষর হলেও বিক্রয়পত্র বৈধতা লাভ করে।
  • এটি বাংলাদেশে সম্পত্তি স্থানান্তর সম্পর্কিত মৌলিক আইনের বিষয়বস্তু প্রদর্শন করে এবং সকল নির্দেশ প্রদান করে। আইনটির সঠিক ব্যবহারের জন্য সম্পত্তি সংক্রান্ত বিষয়ে সহায়তা পেতে একজন প্রশাসনিক বিষয়বস্তু বিশেষজ্ঞের সাথে পরামর্শ গ্রহণ করা উচিত।

What documents are required for Transfer Ownership of Land in Bangladesh:

  • Sale Deed (Kabala)
  • Mutation Application
  • Certified Copy of the Deed
  • Up-to-date Land Tax Receipts
  • National Identity Card (NID) or Passport
  • Passport-size Photographs
  • Power of Attorney (if applicable)
  • Encumbrance Certificate
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