Sesidhar 17 December 2021
Anaita Vas 17 December 2021
The prescribed procedure hardly happens. The Tehsildar rarely makes any attempt to make your name registered.
Instead, you have to make an effort yourself to repeatedly ask him to do your work. He may also ask to survey the property to ensure its ownership, and it is your responsibility to make him do so if he has asked for it.
G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.) 18 December 2021
It appears that State Govt is contemplating such a facility and it may take 5 to 6 months to publish that policy. The Govt may have prescribed such a lock-in facility. First file RTI Application seeking information from State Public Information Officer as follows:
1. Please provide a copy of orders/notifications/circulars/directives for selling 'B'Patta land through registration.
If registration is not possible, it is not proper to acquire such property explore alternates.
Kawmini Liyanage 21 December 2021
A Patta is a crucial document that refers to the ownership of a particular property. It indicates the person who has the rights to the property. Therefore, it is also known as the “Record Of Rights (ROR)”. The person who has his name registered in the Patta is considered to be the owner to be that property.
If you are to purchase a B-form Patta land, make sure the title is clean by applying to Tehsildar for information. As the registration process is carried out by Tehsildar. If you are satisfied with the title of the land after purchasing land should be registered again through Tehsildar. By of following instructions provided by Tehsildar.