Are you selling your property to a wrong person or are you buying that property from a wrong person? This is also important to check the CIBIL score of that particular person by taking his Aadhaar and PAN card and find out whether that person is capable of buying or selling a property or no. This method is often used by banks, before giving any loan, the bank makes sure whether they should give that money or not, they find out all this from the CIBIL report itself. Or you can also do police verification. As a new property buyer, it is important to identify the seller to ensure that you are dealing with the rightful owner of the property. The first way is to check the title deed of the property. title deed a legal Document that lists the owner of the property. Other means of identitfying the seller's identity such as driving license or passport have to ask for identification documents. If Seller is required to provide these documents, if not ready, chances are they are hiding something and you should not go ahead with the purchase. There have been cases where people have impersonated the owner and tried to sell the property to unsuspecting buyers. By verifying the identity of the seller, you can be sure that you are dealing with the right person and scam can be avoided.
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