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hemal8110   30 October 2016

Land record

What is the actual record doument system in revenue department and mamlatdar office for mamlatdar court judgement papers as we require 1968 case papers from mamlatdar office but they have no records as per his written rply....what is the actual process to get the things on based of survey no. and case no.of land is available only with us ? please guide process....



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Kumar Doab (FIN)     30 October 2016

Mutation record with Patwaari may have link documents.

Local counsel specializing in revenue matters can help you.

G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.)     31 October 2016

The records not available is not correct, proper.  These records are permanent in nature.  File RTI Application and seek whether those records are in permanent in nature, if destroyed as per existing norms, the date of such destruction, and copy of such entry disclosing this entry in destruction register, if they disappeared whether police complaint has been made as per law.  Revenue dept are just avoiding to provide the records.  Take it through RTI and what they exactly mean "non availability of records" as every authority continue to provide same information for all the records.  Even if it is ancestral property, there should be some record as they may periodical survey, collect tax, prepare maps etc.

Contact a cometent and sincere local advocate who may be having some links with revenue dept.and worked as Govt.Pleader.

G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.)     31 October 2016

The records not available is not correct, proper.  These records are permanent in nature.  File RTI Application and seek whether those records are in permanent in nature, if destroyed as per existing norms, the date of such destruction, and copy of such entry disclosing this entry in destruction register, if they disappeared whether police complaint has been made as per law.  Revenue dept are just avoiding to provide the records.  Take it through RTI and what they exactly mean "non availability of records" as every authority continue to provide same information for all the records.  Even if it is ancestral property, there should be some record as they may periodical survey, collect tax, prepare maps etc.

Contact a competent and sincere local advocate who may be having some links with revenue dept.and worked as Govt.Pleader.

Kumar Doab (FIN)     31 October 2016

RTI route may be pursued.

Certified copy may be applied.

Mutation record with Patwaari may have link documents.

Local counsel specializing in revenue matters can help you.

 

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