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After the notarization of the Deed of Absolute Sale (DOAS), here are the steps that you need to

follow to get a Transfer Certificate of Title:

1. Go to the municipal/city assessor’s office which has jurisdiction over the subject property, then
request for a certified true copy of the latest Tax Declaration of the property.

2. Go to the assigned Revenue District Office (RDO) of Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR). Fill
out the BIR Form 1706 (CGT) and BIR Form 2000 for Documentary Stamp Tax (in triplicate
copies). Submit the required documents detailed in number 3 (below) which serves as basis for
computation of amount of taxes. BIR will return the documents submitted before payment of
Capital Gains Tax and Documentary Stamp Tax at the Authorized Agent Bank (AAB). Prior the
payment to the AAB, you will be required to fill out a separate AAB payment form, present it to
the AAB representative and then pay the amount due in cash.

3. Submit the following documents to BIR representative (including the original copies of the AAB
payment forms)

• Original plus two (2) photocopies of the notarized deed of sale


• Owner's duplicate copy of the transfer certificate of title (TCT) or the Condominum Certificate
of Title (CCT), whichever applies, plus two (2) photocopies
• Certified true copies of the latest tax declaration for land and improvement of the property plus
two (2) photocopies. If property sold is a vacant lot or has no improvement, a Sworn Declaration
of No Improvement by at least one of the transferees or Certificate of No Improvement issued by
the city or municipal assessor
• Tax Identification Numbers of the Seller and Buyer
Other requirements, (if applicable):

• Special Power of Attorney if the person signing on the document is not the owner as appearing
on the TCT/ CCT
• Certification of the Philippine Consulate, (if the document is executed abroad)
• Location plan/vicinity map if the zonal value cannot readily be determined from the documents
submitted
• Such other requirements as may be required by law/rulings/regulations/other issuances.
4. Upon submission, BIR representative will give you claim slip which you will use to claim the
Certificate Authorizing Registration (CAR) on the date provided. It is one of the requirements for
the RD for the title registration and issuance of a new Owner’s Duplicate Original Copy of the
Transfer Certificate of Title or the Condominium Certificate of Title. (Under BIR Revenue
Memorandum Order No.15-03, the CAR will be issued by the BIR Revenue District Offices or
local agents for all One Time Transaction (ONETT) within a period of 5 days from date of receipt
of complete documentary requirements).

5. The CAR will be released to you together with the following:


• Original copy of the Deed of Absolute Sale stamped received by the BIR
• Owner’s Duplicate Copy of the Transfer Certificate of Title or the Condominium Certificate of
Title
• Original Copies of the BIR Form 1706 (CGT) and Form 2000 (DST) stamped received by the
BIR
• Copies of the Tax Declaration for land and improvement
6. Proceed to the local treasurer's office for the payment of transfer fee and secure a copy of tax
clearance upon payment of a certain fee for its issuance upon presentation of the following:

• Original and 1 photocopy of the Deed of Absolute Sale


• Photocopy of Tax Declaration
• Official Receipt of Payment of Real Property Tax and Special Education Fund Tax for the current
year.
7. Submit Documents to the Register of Deeds. Present the following documents to the RD which
are required for the issuance of the new Owner’s Duplicate Copy of the Transfer Certificate of
Title or Condominium Certificate of Title in your name:

• Original plus 3 photocopies of the Deed of Absolute Sale stamped received by the BIR
• Owner’s Duplicate Copy of the Transfer Certificate of Title (CCT)
• Original Copy of the Certificate Authorizing Registration (CAR)
• Original Copy of the Realty Tax Clearance
• Original Copies of Official Receipts of Payments of Capital Gains Tax, Documentary Stamp
Tax, Tax Clearance Certificate and Transfer Fee
• Original Copies of the Current Tax Declaration for land and improvement issued by the local
assessor’s office
If the seller or buyer is a corporation, the following requirements must also be submitted:

• Secretary’s Certificate authorizing the sale of the real property


• Certified True Copy of the Articles of Incorporation and By Laws of the seller or buyer
corporation
8. Payment of Registration Fee. Upon payment of the required registration fee and submission of
the required documents, the Register of Deeds will issue a new Owner’s Duplicate Copy of the
Transfer Certificate of Title or Condominium Certificate of Title which in no case shall exceed 5
days from submission of the complete documents and payment of registration fee.

9. Tax Declaration. Once you secure Owner’s Duplicate Copy of the Transfer Certificate of Title
or Condominium Certificate of Title, proceed to the local assessor’s office to request for the
issuance of the Tax Declaration in your name. The following documents are required for the
issuance of the Tax Declaration on your land and improvement:

Photocopy of the Deed of Absolute Sale


Photocopy of the Transfer Certificate of Title or the Condominium Certificate of Title
Photocopy of the CAR
Photocopy of the Transfer Tax Receipt
Photocopy of the latest Tax Receipt or Tax Clearance
In other local assessor’s office such as in Makati City, the following are also required:

Subdivision Plan if lot is subdivided


Colored Photos of house, lot or condominium unit