What is the process of transferring property through gift deed where the donee and donor both are in blood relation?

Just Four-step process to transfer immovable property through Gift Deed:

  1. Documents
  2. Draft
  3. Government charges (Stamp Duty & Registration fee)
  4. Registration

Let us explain in detail below


1. Document (require for Gift deed registration):

  • Donor’s registered deed
  • Encumbrance certificate
  • Tax paid receipt
  • Khata certificate & extract
  • Donor’s Aadhar and PAN
  • Donee’s Aadhar and PAN


2. Draft: Prepare a gift deed draft in word format, a draft looks like below image



3. Government charges: (Subject to Karnataka).

  • Stamp Duty: Rs. 5150
  • Registration fee: Rs. 1000
  • Cess: Rs 500
  • Scanning Rs. 450 (approx)

Below is the image of Payment receipt:


Above government charges are applicable to blood relatives only, Following people come under blood relative category

  • Father
  • Mother
  • Brother
  • Sister
  • Husband
  • Wife
  • Son/Daughter

(Uncles, cousins, nephews, in-laws don’t come under blood relative category)


4. Registration : (Below is the step-by-step activity to register gift deed in Sub-registrar office)

Step 1: Carry the following documents to sub-registrar office. All originals and 1 set of photocopies

  • Donor’s registered deed
  • Latest encumbrance certificate
  • Current financial year tax paid receipt
  • Khata certificate & extract
  • Donor’s Aadhar and PAN
  • Donee’s Aadhar and PAN
  • Printed GIFT DEED (to be registered)
  • Government charge payment receipt
  • Active mobile phone for OTP authentication

Step 2: As soon as you enter the sub-registrar office, officer verifies your payment receipt (of government charges. They check the payment success report)

Step 3: The chamber officer verifies all the above-listed documents and approves for registration

Step 4: The donor and donee sit in the registration counter, officer takes the photo of donor & donee via webcam placed on computer monitor, takes biometric thumb impression and gets Aadhar-based OTP authentication.

Step 5: The registering officer handover the property summary report to donor & donee for cross-verification of property specification. Go through summary report for any corrections.

Donor & donee sign the summary report and hand back to registering officer.

Step 6: The Donor and Donee sign all pages of gift deed. Two witness signs at last page of gift deed.

Step 7: The registering officer writes the registration number at all pages of gife deed. Officer scans the gift deed for government record.

Step 8: Registering officer Hand over the registered gift deed to Donee or Donor.

The registered gift deed looks like below image (Son Gifted to mother)