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79 A & B Endorsement

Rs.5000 Rs.9000per service

Get the 79 A & B certificate issued by Assistant Commissioner of Revenue Department... Read More

What is 79 A & B of land reforms act endorsements?
79A states that the income of the family or person shall not exceed more than 2 Lakh per annum from the other than agriculture sources. By recent amendment in the 79 A and B, the income is extended from 2 Lakh to 25 Lakh per annum. 79B prohibits of holding agricultural land by certain persons. Anyone with non-agriculture income over Rs 25 lakh is barred from purchasing agriculture land in Karnataka.
These endorsements are issued by Tahsildar. These endorsements clearly certify that there are no cases against the person owning the agricultural land and whether he or she is an agriculturist or not conforming to the prescriptions of section 79 A&B of Karnataka Land reforms Act 1961, since only agriculturists, agricultural labourers are entitled to own the agricultural lands, in Karnataka. 

Agricultural land can be bought in Karnataka after producing certain documents.

  • RTC and Mutation Extracts
  • Affidavits
  • No objection certificate from the Tahsildar.
  • Akarband, Tippani and Podi extracts
  • Village and Survey Map
  • Section 79 A&B endorsements

How Our Company can help in getting the certified copy of Endorsement and related extracts?

  • Firstly our Acreok team will search the Govt. office of the respective area and will go there.
  • Then, we will pay the requisite fees and facilitate the process at the Government office.
  • We will collect the certified copy of the endorsement from the Govt. office which will be certified by the Tehsildar along with the Govt. seal and Digital signature.
  • Lastly, we will also deliver the certified copy of the endorsement at your Doorstep.

 

Turn around time will be 20 to 30 working days

Akarband

Rs.600 Rs.500per service

Get the revenue assessment & all the land-specific details, issued by the Survey Department... Read More

Akaraband: is a Revenue Document which is issued by the Survey Department of the Particular Village.
A very useful Revenue Record in Karnataka especially while scrutinizing the title of an Agricultural land. It is a Register that explains the survey number of the land, area of land, name of person holding the land, total extent of land and if there is any Kharab in land then extent of Kharab is shown and if there is any Hissa (division) in the land it explains about the Hissa in the said Land.

What is Akaraband Extract and why is it compulsory for land registration?
Akaraband Extract is a Document which is issued by the Taluk Office. It indicates the total extent, boundaries and classification of the property. It also establishes the survey number and to whom the particular survey number was originally allotted, and land revenue assessment details. 
Karnataka government has recently decided to make the Akaraband Extract copy compulsory for land registration. So, those who want to buy land can apply for the Akaraband Extract copy to the revenue department by paying a fee of Rs 500. Moreover, the details of both buyer and seller of the land should also be furnished in the Akaraband Extract. 

  • We will collect the certified copy of the Akaraband Extract from the Govt. office which will be certified by the govt. officials along with the Govt. seal and signature.
  • we will also deliver the certified copy of the Akaraband Extract at your Doorstep.

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Mutation/MR Copy

Rs.500 Rs.450per service

Get the mutation record of the property issued by the Village Accountant/Tahsildar.... Read More

What is Mutation of Property?

Mutation is the change of title ownership from one person to another when the property is sold or transferred. By mutating a property, the new owner gets the property recorded on his name in the land revenue department and the government is able to charge property tax from the rightful owner. The documentation procedure and the fee payable vary from state to state.

Types of Mutations
There are two types of mutations.

  • Mutation of Agricultural Lands &
  • Mutation of Non-Agricultural Lands. Example: Flats, independent houses, residential plots, etc.

In the case of Agriculture lands, mutation is a must. Without mutation, the land title won’t pass to the new owner. The mutation should be joined within the revenue records. The owner’s name that is registered in the revenue records is referred as ‘Pattadhar.’ In scenarios like land acquisition through the Government then your compensation is paid only to the person whose name exists in the revenue records.
In the situation of non-agriculture lands, failure to mutate doesn’t remove your right in the sale deed. That’s although the mutation hasn’t done, the purchaser’s title won’t be affected. He/she will remain the owner of the property. But the only issue of not mutating is that you may not get an electricity connection, water connection and also you cannot pay municipal tax.

When Mutation of property can be done?
You need to get the transfer in title of property (mutation) completed in the below conditions to prevent any legal disputes in future.

  • After buying/purchasing a property.
  • After inheriting a property via a Will or with no Will.
  • After obtaining a property via a Gift Deed.

How to apply for mutation of property and what does it cost? what are the documents required for mutation of property? 
The procedure and the required documents vary from state to state. But across India you have to file for mutation of property under these three circumstances:

  • If you have bought a property: Documents that you will be expected to submit for mutation of property in this case include a copy of the sale deed, an application for mutation of property with Rs 3 court fee stamp affixed on it, an indemnity bond on a Rs 100 stamp paper, an affidavit on a Rs 10 stamp paper, and latest property tax clearance papers.
  • Mutation of property after death of owner if you are an heir: For mutation of property in such cases, applicants have to submit a death certificate, a copy of the will, an indemnity bond on an Rs 100 stamp paper, an affidavit on Rs 10 stamp paper attested by a notary, and the latest property tax clearance papers.
  • If you have bought a property through a power of attorney: For mutation of property in such a case, you have to submit a copy of the power of attorney papers, a copy of the will, an indemnity bond on Rs 100 stamp paper, an affidavit on Rs 10 stamp paper, and the latest property tax clearance papers, along with an application with Rs 3 court fee stamp affixed on it.

How AcreOk can help in getting the certified copy of Mutation Record Extract?

  • We will pay the requisite application fees and facilitate the process for the certified copy of the Mutation Record Extract at the land revenue dept. The mutation must be joined within the revenue records.
  • We will collect the certified copy of the Mutation Record Extract from the land revenue records which will be certified by the land revenue dept. along with the Govt. seal and signature.
  • Lastly, we will also deliver the certified copy of the Mutation Record Extract at your Doorstep.

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Records of Rights

Rs.600 Rs.500per service

Get the details of the property, owners & nature of its possession issued by Asst. Tahsildar... Read More

For properties with a past, the record of rights is important. It is important, both historically and legally to know where does the land one wish to build upon, come from. This information is available from the assistant tahsildar at the Taluk level.

What is it exactly?
In the earlier days, there was not a written record of land transfers or any sort of data recorded to maintain a record of the land being passed down from generation to generation or to different people. This record enables us to keep a track of the land ownership and occupying details using all the data that is available to us in the form of verbal agreements, written records, or as dictated by society based on certain relationships between the parties such as mortgagor and mortgagee. The record is collected and maintained by the tahsildar of the village.

Reason for this record of rights?
The past years have not been kind to India in terms of zamindari still existing, certain classes being denied the right to hold property etc. land disputes, agricultural disputes, benami transactions, urbanization are some of the few reasons why it is hard to trace the roots of the property and confirm its validity and ownership. 

Information available in Record of Rights:-

  • The names of the people who got the land and how they got it. The terms and conditions or rights acquired by them. The rent they paid and currently pay for that land;
  • Any court orders on that land;
  • Any loan taken for that land by the person; and
  • Right of way if applicable, i.e. if other people can make use of the land to walk through or pass through.

Why is it important?

  • What dues are legally required to be paid on the land;
  • To know if it is agricultural property or not;
  • Get a legal title (in case it had a benami transaction at some point in time);
  • Clarity in case of legal dispute;
  • Helps with property taxes;
  • This record of rights makes it much easier for anyone who wishes to draw information for a particular property.

AcreOK will help you figure out the roots of your property sitting at home. Please find a link to contact our ready agent and we will be on our way to figuring out the record of rights right away.

Survey / Tippani / Podi Extracts

Rs.2000 Rs.1800per service

Get the survey document along with the one with the bifurcation of land.... Read More

When one buys a property, it is only logical to assume that they get all documents relating to it, including ones that they might miss because they are not on the tip of our tongue and because of lack of familiarity with them. Not to worry, Legal Conclave will set out all the documents one might need to get the transaction underway in the following articles. 

When one is buying a property with an agricultural past, it becomes even more important to understand the documents that could be required to bring the deal to a close. Some necessary documents that are needed are surveys, tippani and podi records. We will discuss each document and how can you obtain them.

What is it exactly?
In the earlier days, there was not a written record of land transfers or any sort of data recorded to maintain a record of the land being passed down from generation to generation or to different people. This record enables us to keep a track of the land ownership and occupying details using all the data that is available to us in the form of verbal agreements, written records, or as dictated by society based on certain relationships between the parties such as mortgagor and mortgagee. The record is collected and maintained by the tehsildar of the village.

What is a Survey?
Survey means the process to determine the measurement, and record of boundary or boundaries of part of boundary.

Why do you need a survey document?
The property that you are buying will have surrounding land in most cases, therefore to prevent encroachment, it is important to demarcate and mark one’s property.

What is a Tippani?
Tippani is a survey document which gives a brief description of the respective survey number. It generally contains a sketch of the property, a property that is not subdivided into different parts with different survey numbers. It discloses the measurements of the property.

Why do you need it? 
To make sure you are constructing or making any changes, on your own land and not your neighbours. It gives clarity to the owners of the properties. 

What is a Podi Record?
Podi Extracts is a document of bifurcation of land with old and new survey number, among the joint owners. It indicates the bifurcation made on a survey number into sub-survey numbers. For example, when old ancestral property is divided between the children, they will get different survey numbers and the podi extract will be the one to determine it. 

Why do you need one?
In case of one land being bifurcated, without proper records, it is very easy to encroach upon the lands of other owners. This prevents such encroachment and gives legal title to each owner. 

How can one obtain it?
It is issued by the Survey department along with the survey, tippani and podi records. Each Taluk generally has a survey department and one can get it from there on filing a document, attaching relevant documents and paying a nominal fee. 

How AcreOk can help in getting the certified copy of Survey, Tippani and Podi Records?

  • We will pay the requisite application fees and facilitate the process for the certified copy of the RTC Extract at the Revenue Department.
  • We will collect the certified copy of the RTC Extract from the Revenue Department which will be certified by the govt. officials along with the Govt. seal and signature.
  • Lastly, we will also deliver the certified copy of the RTC Extract at your Doorstep.

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Conversion Order copy

Rs.5000 Rs.4500per service

Get the certified copy of land conversion with prescribed conditions & mentions.... Read More

WHY ONE SHOULD CONVERT THE LAND FOR ANY FORM OF DEVELOPMENT?

The Government’s intention is to keep the land for agricultural purposes only. The conversion of land has been made mandatory by the Karnataka government and Thus, using agricultural land for non-agricultural or commercial purposes can’t land you into severe penalties. Non Agricultural use of land that has not gone through DC Conversion is not a good idea. This is because such properties will not be able to obtain an
“A Khata Certificate” from the Bangalore Bruhat Mahanagara Palike (BBMP). Such properties can only be registered under the B Khata Register which is commonly also referred to as a B Khata Certificate”.

 IS LAND CONVERSION MANDATORY FOR NON-AGRICULTURAL USE?

If you intend to use an agricultural land which you have purchased from someone, then it is mandatory that the land cannot be used for anything else other than agriculture.

However, for changing the purpose of the land from agricultural to residential plot, public use, semi-public use, commercial and industrial use, a legal process has to taken for the conversion of land. The land conversion process in undertaken by the Deputy commissioner’s office.


PROCEDURE
One needs to make an application to the Deputy Commissioner of the District seeking his assent for conversion of your land from agricultural to non-agricultural.The procedure for conversion may differ on if it is patta land or tenanted land.  The prescribed forms are Form 1 for Tenanted land and Form No 21A for Patta land.

List of documents required for DC conversion  

For Tenanted land are as follows:

·       3 copies of R.T.C.

·       3 copies of the sketch of your land.

·       Certified copy of Land Tribunal Order.

·       Certified copy of Form 10 that states your occupancy rights.

·       Zonal certificate from Urban Development Authority/Town Planning.

·       Authority along with opinion.

·       Property Title Deed.

·       A “no dues certificate” from Village accountant.

·       Copy of MR order.

In the case of Patta Land you need the following documents:

  • Submit the certified copy of the document of the land the rights of which has been transferred to you.
  • 3 Copies of the sketch of your land.
  • 3 Copies of R.T.C.
  • No due copy from village accountant.
  • MR order copy.

The above case is for all lands in general, yet is might differ, if the conversion is for the land situated at the sea shore or near a bank of a river or if the conversion for commercial purposes. They are mainly NOC or No objection certificate from the appropriate authorities.
A CRZ NOC shall be required from an appropriate authorities, if the land is near the seashore or near the bank of a river.

HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?

The procedure for getting a land conversion copy could be a tiresome process. It may take weeks or even months, if one is not familiar with the process. This we where we come into picture. Our team consist of expert lawyers, who shall be complying with the procedure, submission of documents, getting of permission and giving you the certificate.  

PTCL Endorsement

Rs.10000 Rs.9000per service

Get the endorsement confirming about no procedings being initiated against the property owner.... Read More

Prevention of Transfer of Certain Lands Act (PTCL) endorsement is a document to ascertain that the property which is being purchased is not on land granted to person/persons belonging to the SC/ST communities. PTCL endorsement document can either be issued by the Tahsildar or District Collector can issue this document. 

Why is it important?
Land granted to persons belonging to SC/ST communities cannot be transferred or acquired by any person without the permission of the Government, within 15 years. PTCL endorsement documents provide a valid certificate that the land which is being transferred was not granted to a person of SC/ST community and the sale of such land is a legal one. Buying such a land which have been granted to such communities can get you in trouble. The current owner may have purchased it from another party and may be the third or fourth in line in which the property has changed hands. But only the current owner is expected to bear the loss of all accumulated purchases and sales.

How to Apply/ How can we help ?
The PTCL endorsement certificate can be obtained by the buyer, by filing the application before the Tahsildar or District Collector with the relevant documents. Though this process may seem simple but this could prove to be a quite hectic job. We can assist you in this process and get the PTCL endorsement certificate delivered at your door-steps. 
Turn around time will be 20 to 30 working days

Index of land

Rs.600 Rs.500per service

It contains the detail regarding the owners of the land or property and also defines the details abo... Read More

It contains the detail regarding the owners of the land or property and also defines the details about the land. If you are thinking to purchase any property then an index of land is a necessary document

It contains the details regarding the owners of the land or property and also defines the details about the land. Index of land is a necessary document before purchasing a land. You can obtain an index of land from the revenue dept. You should demand a copy of the sale deed or POA and 20 years of revenue record for obtaining an index of land. Acreok can help you in getting the certified copy of this.