Online Deemed Conveyance Procedure – One More Step Towards Digital India

Tired of discovering one legal issues after another can be taxing, when going for redevelopment of an old building? With this blog series we hope to resolve the most prominent one being, transfer of conveyance rights, which is a must if you want to redevelop a property.

Just to give you a quick recap, all is not lost if you do not have conveyance rights of your society land. The law is on your side. The government has amended the Maharashtra Ownership Flats Act, 1963 (MOFA), which provides for Deemed Conveyance in the favor of the society, the legal owner of the land. You can read more about this in our previous blogs What is Deemed Conveyance, Procedure for Deemed Conveyance, and Documents Required for Deemed Conveyance.

Don’t get bogged down by the idea of running around to get things sorted. Online registration process has made life easier for distressed societies. It cuts down on the time you would spend in registering your application physically. To register all you need to do is:

  1. Log on to the Mahasahakar Website
  2. Click on the Deemed Conveyance Link
  3. Fill the case details under following sections:
  • Applicant Details

  • Unit and Society Bank Details

  • Property Details

  • Land Owner Details

  • Case Documents


  • Case Applications

  1. Make payment
  2. View case summary and review the application
  3. Generate Form 7 facility is also available online
  4. Download Form
  5. Click Apply and submit the application

It is that simple to register! Your application is submitted and now you are just three steps away from getting the conveyance:

  • Online Application Scrutiny
  • Online Hearing and Scheduling
  • Online Publish Order

Obviously it will involve effort investment on your part, but your goal is your incentive.