Once adequate stamp duty is affixed on an instrument and it is dated, signed
by the parties and attested (where required) by witnesses, it can be lodged
for registration after payment of the registration fee. All parties signing
the instrument are required to attend the office of the concerned Sub
Register of Assurances either by themselves or through their constituted
attorney under a power of attorney to admit execution of the instrument.
A passport size photograph, original power of attorney,
identification such as passport or income tax PAN Card, adequate Xerox
Copies of the original instrument are some of the essentials required for
registration. After lodging an instrument. it is registered and seal of the
Sub Register is affixed on the instrument, thereafter the original
instrument is returned back to the parties.