If there is no Will -- the legal owner died intestate, legal heirs will also need to submit no-objection certificates depending on the settlement. If the beneficiaries pay other legal heirs to obtain their shares, it should be mention in the transfer paper.
After registration, beneficiaries must also apply for mutation of the title. It reflects the change in ownership in the revenue records. It should be done at the local municipality office. Once the mutation is done, the property tax will be in the name of the new owner.
If the property has an ongoing home loan, the beneficiary will need to repay the entire loan. Only then they can get the property transferred in their names. The lender keeps all the original records when giving a loan. Only on repayment it would give back the property-related documents.
If the property is on rent, beneficiaries can execute an agreement with the tenant where the beneficiaries are treated as the new lessors.
Property is a state subject where the paperwork, fees and duties differ from one state to another. Do take the help of a lawyer if you are not well-versed with the procedures.
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