The documents for registration may be presented before the sub-registrar or registration authority. As per Section 28 of Registration Act 1908 the document can be presented for registration as mentioned below.
Section 28. Place for registering documents relating to land
Save as in this Part otherwise provided, every document mentioned in section 17, sub-section (1), clauses (a), (b), (c), 19[(d) and (e), section 17, sub-section. (2), insofar as such document affects immovable property, and section 18, clauses (a), (b) 20[(c) and (cc)], shall be presented for registration in the office of a Sub-Registrar within whose sub-district the whole or some portion of the property to which such document relates is situate.
Section 29. Place for registering other documents
Section 29 (1) Every document (not being a document referred to in section 28 or a copy of a decree or order), may be presented for registration either in the office of the Sub-Registrar in whose sub-district the document was executed, or in the office of any other Sub-Registrar under the State Government at which all the persons executing and claiming under the document desire the same to be registered.
Section 29 (2) A copy of a decree or order may be presented for registration in the office of the Sub-Registrar in whose sub-district the original decree or order was made or, where the decree or order does not affect immovable property, in the office of any other Sub-Registrar under the State Government at which all the persons claiming under the decree or order desire the copy to be registered.
Section 30. Registration by Registrars in certain cases
Section 30 (1) Any Registrar may in his discretion receive and register any document which might be registered by any Sub-Registrar subordinate to him.
Section (2) (The Registrar of a district in which a Presidency-Town is included and the Registrar of the Delhi district) may receive and register any document referred to in section 28 without regard to the situation in any part of of the property to which the document relates.
Section 31. Registration or acceptance for deposit at private residence
In ordinary cases the registration or deposit of documents under this Act shall be made only at the office of the officer authorised to accept the same for registration or deposit:
PROVIDED that such officer may on special cause being shown attend at the residence of any person desiring to present a document for registration or to deposit a will, and accept for registration or deposit such document or will
Documents of which Registration is compulsory
Documents of which Registration is Optional
Time limit for presenting documents for Registration
Place of Registration of documents, Registration Act 1908
Who can present a document for Registration
Effect of Registration or non Registration of a documents