A Mutation of property means a transfer of property from one person to another person and its title in the name of a purchaser like plot, flat, villa, commercial space etc,. Merely having a title deed not enough to claim the ownership but also mutate the property during purchasing which safeguards their future repercussions. Mutation of property stands as a proof of ownership of the property
How mutation can be done to the purchased property
It can be done instantly while making the registered sale deed document by paying the fees on 100 Rs stamp paper or as soon as possible in the sub registrar office. But it should be done during registration by furnishing the required a copy of documents like property sale deed, property tax cleared bill, water tax cleared bill, electricity bill ,etc. In case of mutation of a property after death of an owner one has to furnish death certificate, a copy of a will, an affidavit, notary, and all property taxes cleared. In case of power of attorney, one has to submit power of attorney documents.