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Posted On 20 January 2009 at 19:33 Report Abuse

How to get a domicile certificate in mumbai?


phiyoni@adv


Legal Executive
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Posted On 21 January 2009 at 10:43 Report Abuse

Dear Nailram


the process is as under


How to Obtain Fifteen Years Stay Certificate



  1. Introduction : This certificate is issued to those who prove that they have been continuously staying in Maharashtra State for a period of 15 years.

    The Certificate is essential for following purposes -

    • For getting preference in admission to Medical, Pharmacy & Engineering Colleges in Maharashtra

    • For obtaining Driving Badge from Regional Transport Authorities

    • For obtaining Flat/Plots from Government Quota



  2. Under What Act/Rules/Govt. orders the Certificate is issued :
      Education purpose
    • Govt. of Maha. Revenue & Forest Dept. No.MSC-1083/8161/CR-63/M-5 dt.27.5.1983.


      Taxi Badge
    • Govt.of Maharashtra. Home Deptt. Notification No.MVA-0289/613/TRA-2 dated 31 October 1991.

    • Letter No.RTO/M/(M) from Regional Transport Officer, Mumbai (Central), Public Badge/1991/O. Sr.No. 8494 dated 11.12.1991.


      MHADA flats/Plots
    • Govt. of Maha. Housing and Special Assistance Deptt. No.Allot/1089/5397/Desk-4 dt.22.9.1989.

    • Govt. of Maha. Housing and Special Assistance Deptt. Govt. Circular No.Hsg/1190/(9)/D-19 dated 11. April 1991.



  3. Whom to apply :Collector of Mumbai, Old Custom House, Fort, Mumbai - 400001, Ground floor, Single Window.

  4. How to apply :Application to be made in the prescribed form Affix Court Fee Stamp of Rs.5/- on the application

  5. What documents to attach :Certified copies of the following documents are required to be attached along with application:

    • Any proof showing 15 years stay (i.e. ration card, rent receipt, electric bill etc.)

    • Attested xerox copy of first and last page of ration card

    • Affidavit duly affirmed on stamp paper of Rs.20/-.



    1. For Medical, Pharmacy & Engineering Colleges admission School Leaving Certificate or HSC Exam Hall ticket

    2. For Taxi badge from RTO driving licence and domicile Certificate.

    3. For MHADA Flats/Plots certificied copy of allotment letter



  6. Where to submit the Application - Single window, Ground floor, Old Custom House

  7. Time limit within which the certificate will be delivered - 7 days

  8. Complaint Redressal authority - Collector office Mumbai City

     




Application form will be available at Old custom house


 


Sanjeev Tewatia


Advocate
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Posted On 22 January 2009 at 07:40 Report Abuse

thanks


sev


proff
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Posted On 04 February 2009 at 15:58 Report Abuse

can u please  let me know what format should be written in the affidavit.


 


Ankur Sengupta


Service
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Posted On 01 July 2009 at 16:56 Report Abuse

can u please  let me know what format should be written in the affidavit.


Jaisy


Finance executive
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Posted On 02 September 2009 at 12:22 Report Abuse

 can I get the application form online?

do i need to go to fort office for domicile even if i belong to vasai(Thane district)?

it will take maximum 7 days or it can take mmore than that?

i need to apply for UPSC entrance exam at State institue of administrative service and the last date is 15 th september & domicile certificate is needed.

pls lemme knw 


Dr. Dinesh J. Karia


Associate Professor
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Posted On 21 January 2010 at 12:50 Report Abuse

 Is it not different than being domicile of Maharashtra? In Gujarat domicile means the stay of three years. Does the domicile rules/laws have high variations in number of years to stay in a particular state? see this link. 


mantra


Finance
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Posted On 22 January 2010 at 09:24 Report Abuse

My mother, age 52,  wishes to know if she is eligible for a domicile certificate. She was born and brought up in Mumbai (including school and college education, job and marriage).  The first 37 years were spent in Mumbai, the next 12 years outside Mumbai but in India, and the last 3years again in Mumbai.  She wants to know which 15years does the law pertain to, and whether as a Mumbai-ite by birth+37years, she is eligible for a domicile certificate. What does the law say?


Mohammed Aslam Ansari


Engineer
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Posted On 17 February 2010 at 16:51 Report Abuse

Dear All,

I need help I want mumbai domicile certificate for all my family member, My parents are born in UP and settled in mumbai from last 40 years.

We went to submitt the documents at Bandra Court but officer said us to bring my father birth proof/ letter from panchayyat/ court so we bring letter. and again went to submitt the documents but this time that officer was retired and new officer asking more documents (my parents marriage certificate, My sister has Leaving certificate but he asked birth certificate also but in the form mentioned any one LC or BC, and My sister was divoced women and she has one son.)\

So what i will do to get mumbai domicile certificate we all are born in mumbai except my parents we still leave in mumbai.


Dilip MIstry


Lawyer
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Posted On 09 March 2010 at 12:34 Report Abuse

What are the documents required for getting domicile certificate in Mumbai



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