About Daman & Diu

Civil Registration Office cum Sub Registration Office, Diu

Civil Registration Office, Diu
Civil Registration Office

The main function of Civil Registration Office, Diu are as under:

  • > To register the marriage and issue of marriage certificate.
  • > To issue Birth/ Death certificate.
  • > To issue verification authenticity certificate of Birth / Death and Marriage to Portugal Embassy at Goa.
  • > To prepare Index for marriage registration.
  • > To maintained cash Book, Bill Register, Challan Register etc.
  • > Look after the service matter, establishment matter, accounts matter and administration matter etc.
  • > Receipt are to be credited into Government Treasury (Bank) day to day by challan after like maintenance of registers, correspondence, typing attending to applicant/ public etc.

The present sanction and working strength of this Civil-cum-Sub Registrar, Diu are as under:

Name of the Post
Pay Scale
Sanction Post
Existing Strength
Vacant w.e.f. 01-04-2011


One LDC working in Civil Registration Office, Diu and Two LDC working in Sub Registrar Office, Diu. The distance of both offices is 0.5 km O/o the Civil Registration is in situated at Collectorate Campus, Diu and O/o the Sub-Registrar, Diu is in situated at Old Court Building, Firangiwada, Diu.

The main function of Sub-Registrar-cum-Notary Public, Diu are as under:

The Mamlatdar, Diu is also appointed as the Sub-Registrar-cum-Notary Public, Diu. The office of Sub-Registrar has to discharge the functions under the Indian Registration Act, 1908 for registering deeds/ documents such as Sale Deeds, Gift Deeds, Partition Deeds, Mortgage Deeds, Lease and other Miscellaneous Deeds etc., authenticate power of attorneys, Issue Nil Certificate of Encumbrance and certificate of Encumbrance etc. And the Notary Public has to draw the Wills, Deed of qualification of Heirs, Adoption Deeds etc. in Notarial Books, at least signatures/ documents and issue certified copies of wills, deeds etc. from records of office of Notary Public, Diu. In registering the documents, stamp-duty has to be assessed and verified, ledger copies accompanying the original deeds have to be tallied with the original, registration fees has to be assessed and collected and receipt to be issued, entry of deeds has to be made in the day book, admission of execution of deeds/ documents by each and every executants to be verified and to be endorsed/ recorded on the deed and signature and full print impression of the executants to be obtained on the deeds and in the register. Thereafter each any every endorsement on the original deed are to be copied on the ledger copy of the deed, page numbers (paging) are to be machine numbered and registration number to be given in the ledger copy and endorse the same on the original deeds. Then complete ledger copy is to be compared with the original mistakes like interline actions, erasures, blanks etc. on the original/ ledger copy are to be noted down and signature to be made on each page of the ledger copy. As Notary Public, the wills and deeds of qualification of heirs, adoption deeds etc. are required to be drawn/ hand-written in original in the Notarial Books and on application, certified copies are to be issued.

Separate cash books are to be maintained for Sub-Registrar and Notary Public and receipt are to be credited into Government Treasury (Bank) day-to-day by challan after like maintenance of registers, correspondence, typing, attending to applicants / public etc.



Stamp Duty:

  • > 6% - Sale Deed, Gift Deed, Exchange Deed etc.
  • > 1% - Partition Deed, Mortgage Deed
  • > Misc - Partnership Deed, Lease Deed etc.
  • > Registration fees 0.5% of market value/consideration.
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