After making the land owner submit the land with the building to the provisions of the Apartment Ownership enactment the Developers in compliance of the Agreement for Sale then make the land owner execute the Final Conveyance in the form of Deed of Apartment Condominium with the Developers as the confirming party, to and in favour of the individual apartment buyer.
Each such Apartment Deed of all the independent apartments is required to be registered under the provisions of the Registration enactment.
It is statutory obligation that the first Deed of Apartment shall be accompanied by a copy of the relevant floor plans of the building field and by a certificate of an architect certifying that the said apartment being conveyed and of the immediately adjoining apartments and that the said floor plan fully and accurately depicts the layout of the apartment, its location, dimensions, approximate area, main entrance, common areas and facilities and limited common areas and facilities, if any, to which it has access, as, built.
In addition, the first and every subsequent Deed of Apartment shall include the following particulars, namely:-
(a) Description of the land or the post office address of the property, including, in either case, the liber page date of executing the declaration, the date and serial number of its registration under the Registration law, and the date and other reference, if any, of its filing with the competent authority;
(b) The apartment number of the apartment in the Declaration and any other date necessary for its proper identification;
(c) Statement of the use for which the apartment is intended and restrictions on its use, it any;
(d) The percentage of undivided interest appertaining to the apartment in the common areas and facilities;
(e) Any further details which the parties to the Deed amy deem desirable to set forth consistent with the Declaration and the Act,
Common areas and facilities mean:-
(1) the land on which the building is located;
(2) the foundations, columns, girders, beams, supports, main walls, roofs, halls, corridors, lobbies, stairs, stair-ways, fire-escapes and entrances and entrances and exists of the building;
(3) the basements, cellars, yards, gardens, parking areas and storage spaces;
(4) the premises for the lodging of janitors or persons employed for the management of the property;
(5) installations of central services, such as power, light, gas, hot and cold water, heating, refrigeration, air-condition and incinerating
((6) the elevators, tanks, pumps, motors, fans, compressors, ducts, and in general all apparatus and installations existing for common use;
(7) such community and commercial facilities as may be provided of r in the Declaration; and
(8) all other parts of the property necessary or convenient to its existence, maintenance and safety, or normally in common use.