The land records are being basically managed by the Revenue Department and the property registration is being done by the Registration Department. The NLRMP proposes to computerize Sub Registrar Offices & the Land Records Offices and integration of Registration and Land Records maintenance systems. In this way automatic mutation following registration will keep the land records up-to-date.
I. Computerization of land records-
a. Data entry/re-entry/data conversion of all textual records including mutation records and other land attributes data
b. Digitization of cadastral maps
c. Integration of textual and spatial data
d. Tehsil, sub-division/district Computer centres
e. State-level data centres
f. Inter-connectivity among revenue offices
II. Survey/resurvey and updating of the survey & settlement records (including ground control network and ground truthing) using the following modern technology options:
a) Pure ground method using total station (TS) and differential global positioning system (DGPS)
b) Hybrid methodology using aerial photography and ground truthing by TS and DGPS.
c) High Resolution Satellite Imagery (HRSI) and ground truthing by TS and DGPS.
III. Computerization of Registration:
a) Computerization of the sub-registrar’s offices (SROs)
b) Data entry of valuation details
c) Data entry of legacy encumbrance data
d) Scanning & preservation of old documents
e) Connectivity of SROs with revenue offices
IV. Modern record rooms/land records management centres at tehsil/taluk/circle/block level
V. Training & capacity building
i. Real-time land ownership records will be available to the citizen
ii. Since the records will be placed on the websites with proper security IDs, property owners will have free access to their records without any compromise in regard to confidentiality of the information
iii. Free accessibility to the records will reduce interface between the citizen and the Government functionaries, thereby reducing rent seeking and harassment.
iv. Public-private partnership (PPP) mode of service delivery will further reduce citizen interface with Govt. machinery, while adding to the convenience.
v. Abolition of stamp papers and payment of stamp duty and registration fees through banks, etc. will also reduce interface with the Registration machinery
vi. With the use of IT inter linkages; the time for obtaining RoRs, etc. will be drastically reduced
vii. The single-window service or the web-enabled “anytime-anywhere” access will save the citizen time and effort in obtaining RoRs, etc.
viii. Automatic and automated mutations will significantly reduce the scope of fraudulent property deals.
ix. Conclusive titling will also significantly reduce litigation
x. These records will be tamper-proof
xi.This method will permit e-linkages to credit facilities
xii. Market value information will be available on the website to the citizen.
xiii. Certificates based on land data (e.g., domicile, caste, income, etc.) will be available to the citizen through computers.
xiv. Information on eligibility for Government programs will be available, based on the data.
xv. Issuance of land passbooks with relevant information will be facilitated.
You can get khatian copy and map from any tehsil office in the state by filling up Form-B and paying court fee.Please note that this khatian copy is valid only for three months after date of issuing.
Percopy of khatian will cost you rupees ten and for map rupees thirty only.
When a property is sold or transferred from one person to another, there needs to be a change in the title ownership as well. This process of transferring the ownership is called mutation. The property is recorded in the land revenue department under the new owner’s name, and from then on this person will be responsible to pay the property tax charged by the government.