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RBI To Banks: Return Property Papers Within 30 Days Of Loan Repayment, Else Pay Rs 5000 A Day

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The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) recently published a notification requiring banks to return property papers to borrowers. It also eliminates charges that have been lodged with any registry within 30 days of the loan account’s full settlement. A penalty of Rs 5,000 per day may also be assessed by the apex bank. This will happen if a bank fails to deliver property documents to the borrower within the stipulated time frame. Continue reading to know more about the same.

 

New Guidance By The Reserve Bank Of India

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If it is delayed, the RBI has instructed the lenders to make up the difference by paying the borrowers Rs 5,000 for each day of the delay.

This most recent announcement by the nation’s central bank results from the responsible lending conduct that will be used in all situations. Here, the provision of original property documents is required on or after December 1 of this year.

A personal loan is one that is issued to an individual. It includes consumer credit, education loans, loans for creating or improving immovable assets (like houses), and loans for investments in financial assets like shares and debentures.

Therefore, all of these loan types will be subject to these new guidelines.

 

The Working Explained

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In line with RBI regulations, “The REs (regulated entities) shall release all original movable or immovable property documents and remove charges registered with any registry within a period of 30 days after full repayment or settlement of the loan account.”

The statement continues, “In the event that the RE is to blame for the delay, it shall reimburse the borrower at a rate of Rs 5,000 for each day of delay. The Lender must inform the borrower of the reasons for the delay. The Lender will have to help the borrower obtain duplicate or certified copies of the papers. They will be responsible for any associated costs in case the original property documents are lost or damaged in whole or in part.

Please take note that this expense would be extra to the Rs 5,000 daily compensation for each day of delay, according to the RBI.

Also, remember that the Lender will have 30 days to finish this process in these circumstances. After the the penalty for delay will be determined, or after a total of 60 days.

According to the borrower’s preferences, the original property documents may be obtained from the banking establishment or branch where the loan account was serviced. The same can also be done from any other regulated organization office where the documents are kept.

 

Date And Location To Be Included In The Letters

In addition, starting on or after December 1 of this year, loan sanction letters provided by lenders or banks must now include the date and location of the return of original property documents.

The RBI stated that lenders or banks will need to set down a process for returning original property documents to the lawful heirs. This has been done to address the contingent incident of the sole or joint borrower’s demise.

Further, the RBI stated that the lenders would be required to post this approach and other similar customer information rules and procedures on their website.

After noticing that the regulated entities, which are obligated to release all movable and immovable property papers upon receiving full repayment and closing of personal loan accounts, were adopting different procedures, the RBI issued these new directives. This led to complaints from and disputes with customers.

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