136. CERTIFICATE TO PURCHASE DELIVERY OF PROPERTY AND TITLE OF PURCHASE
(1) Where a sale of mortgaged property has become absolute under section Certificate 134 and the sale proceeds have been received in full by the Agriculture and Rural Development Bank, the bank shall grant a certificate to the purchaser in the prescribed form certifying the property sold, the sale-price, the date of its sale, the and title of name of the person who at the time of the sale is declared to be the purchaser, and the date on which the sale became absolute; and upon the production of such certificate the Sub-Registrar appointed under the Indian Registration Act, 1908, within limits of whose jurisdiction the whole or any part of the property specified in the certificate is situated, shall enter the contents of such certificate in his register relating to immovable property.
(2) (a) Where the mortgaged property sold is in the occupancy of the mortgagor or of some person on his behalf, or some person claiming under a title created by the mortgager, subsequent to the mortgage in favour of the State Agriculture and Rural Development Bank or an Agriculture and Rural Development Bank and a certificate in respect thereof has been granted under the foregoing sub-section, the Collector shall, on the application of the purchaser, order delivery to be made by putting such purchaser or any person whom he may appoint to receive delivery on this behalf, in possession of the property.
(b) Where the property sold is in the occupancy of a tenant or other person entitled to occupy the Some, and a certificate in respect thereof has been granted under the foregoing sub-section, the Collector shall, on the application of the purchaser and after notice to such tenants or other persons, order the delivery to be made by affixing copy of the certificate of sale in a conspicuous place on the property and proclaiming to the occupant by best of drum or other customary mode at some convenient place, that the right, title and interest of the mortgagor have been transferred to the purchaser.
(3) Where any property is sold in the exercise or purported exercise of a power of sale under section 133, the title of the purchaser shall not be questioned on the ground that the circumstances required for authorising the sale had not arisen, or due notice of the sale was not given, or the power of sale was otherwise improperly or irregularly exercised :
Provided that, any person who suffers damage on account of unauthorised, improper or irregular exercise of such power shall have & remedy in damages against the Agriculture and Rural Development Bank.