What is a Conveyance Deed & why is it
A conveyance deed is a legal document that is used to transfer the title of property from one person to another as a gift, an exchange, a lease, a mortgage, etc. A gift deed, mortgage deed, lease deed, or sale deed can also be called a conveyance deed.
A conveyance deed is a process to acquire ownership of the land with the consent of the Developer.
of the Maharashtra Ownership Flats Act, 1963 the Promoters/Developers are required to form a society within 4 months from the date on which a minimum number of persons required to form such organization have taken premises/flats.