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invoking rti to trace old property


Dear Experts,

 

One of my friends is in a piquant situation. When he was very young (more than 30 yeas back), a revenue site (officially mentioned as agricultural land in sale deed) was purchased in his name. It just mentions Survey No, the owner name, the dimensions and just 1 neighbour in the sale deed. It marks the site as a corner-site too. No details like street-number or site-number are present in the deed (mostly due to non-conversion)

 

My friend was virually unaware of the details of the property for a long time. But luckily he has been able to get the original sale-deed. Even Sub-registrar Office has clarified that it is indeed registered in his name. That agricultural land has been transformed into a residential place.

 

As both his parents have demised and old-time folks are unable to remember the exact location. There are offers of a buy at throw-away prices that strongly hint that my friend is still a owner but nobody is co-operating to trace the exact location.

 

My friend is contemplating invoking RTI for tracing his property.Would RTI be helpful in tracing the property of this type.

 

Regards,

Harsha Vardhana R 

 
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Make an application to the concerned city survey office and pay the requisite fee. The Government surveyor would identify the land and also provide you a survey report.

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