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What are the documents the registration of which is opposed to the public policy?

The Government of Karnataka has declared that registration of certain documents is opposed to the public policy.
The following is the list of such documents:

1. Agreement to sell, sale, gift, exchange, mortgage, lease or assignment of which occupancy rights have been granted under Chapter III of Karnataka Land Reforms Act 1961, in contravention of restrictions imposed under Section 61 of the said Act and relevant rules.

2. Any agreement to sell, sale, gift, exchange or otherwise of land in excess of ceiling limits prescribed under Sections 63 or 64 of Karnataka Land Reforms Act and in contravention of Section 74 of the said Act and relevant rules.

3. Agreement to sell, sale, lease, mortgage with possession or otherwise of any agricultural land to a person, family, joint family with an assured annual income of Rs.40.00 lakhs or more from non agricultural source in contravention of section 74 of Karnataka Land Reforms Act and relevant rules.

4. Agreement to sell, sale, lease, mortgage with possession or otherwise of any agricultural land to educational, religious, charitable institutions, society, trust, company, association other body of individuals, cooperative society other than cooperative farming society in contravention of section 79 B of Karnataka Land reforms Act subject to exceptions provided.

5. Agreement to sell, sale, gift, lease, mortgage with possession or otherwise of any agricultural land granted under Karnataka Land grant rules subject to restrictions imposed on sale, transfer and specific use imposed there under.

FAQ

Whether the land converted for residential purposes could be utilized for construction of a school building?

In case of take over loan where the property is transferred by virtue of a general power of attorney whether the bank should insist on execution of a new general power of attorney or the earlier general power of attorney will hold good?

It is the normal practice that banks advance money to the individual borrowers for purchase of flats in an apartment building. Suppose after release of  home loan to the individual borrower, either in full or in part, who in turn has passed on this sum to the developer and  the developer abandons the project half way through  or unduly  delays in completion of the apartment building depriving the borrower to get the sale deed  executed in his favour, then how  the bank can enforce its  right for the money lent to the borrower for purchase of a flat in  the said apartment building? 

What right the creditor bank gets from the deed of declaration and joint development agreement, if not registered or proper stamp duty is not paid on the instrument?

Whether the deed of declaration and joint development agreements are enforceable in court of law without paying stamp duty?

What is meant by irrevocable power of attorney of immovable properties?

Is it necessary to register Power of Attorney to present documents for registration?

Is it necessary to register a General Power of Attorney (GPA)? 

What is the difference between Witness and Consenting Witness?

Can one become owner of a flat by purchasing and registering only undivided share of the land?