LAND REVENUE RECORDS – PATTA / CHITTA
Controlled by the Tamil Nadu Government Patta / Chitta are land revenue records and in Tamil Nadu, they play a big role in transactions related to a property. Patta / Chitta are part of the mandatory official process such as the following:
• Property Pledges.
• Property Transfers.
• Property Legal Issues.
Patta / Chitta are discussed in more details in this article.
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Land ownership, areas of land, land locations, and land survey details are recorded in Patta documents, patta copy, that are classified as official Government records. They are also part of the mandatory procedures that are required when property purchases are made. Without the verification of the Patta document, accurately in line with the Government records, the purchase of a property will not be legally completed. So to ensure the sale of a property has no hitches, it’s very important to make sure the rightful owner of the online Patta matches to the, tn patta, Government records.
A valid Patta proves who the owner of the property is and their clear property title for the property or land that they are selling. Once a land or property sale has been completed the transfer of the Patta name must be applied for at the Taluka office to maintain the accuracy of clear title. A sample of a Patta document is shown below:
Image 1: Patta Document Sample
The Village Administrative Officer (VAO) and Taluka office maintain all the Government Chitta, tn chitta, documents related to a fixed property. The purpose of the Chitta, online chitta, document is to classify land status between Nanjai and Punjai as well as including all details of the property owner. Nanjai and Punjai are water supply guidelines with Nanjai meaning that the land has a plentiful supply of water with rivers, ponds, and canals etc. For the Punjai the meaning is that there are fewer supplies of water and where manual water services are operated like bore wells.
Image 2: Chitta Sample Document
Applications for Patta and Chitta Documents
Online applications for Patta / Chitta registrations can be submitted to the Government of Tamil Nadu. If the online process can’t be used then applications can be made in person at the Taluka office dealing in Patta’s / Chitta’s. For Patta Chitta online applications follow the steps detailed below:
• Step 1. Website: Visit the Patta / Chitta Tamil Nadu website which is available in two (2) languages. English and Tamil. The English website is here – view patta chitta.
• Step 2. Property District Location: In the website select the Patta & FMB / Chitta / TSLR and find the form you need.
• Step 3. Property Details: All the mandatory property details need to be provided, as per the requirements of the, tn patta chitta, Patta / Chitta, computer chitta, such as things like the Taluk, the Village, the Ward, and the Block. All this information is required along with the survey and subdivision numbers, patta details survey number.
Image 3: Property Details Pattaya / Chitta
• Step 4. Certificates – Town and Survey Land: A certificate, from the Town Survey and Land Register, will be issued once all the mandatory data has been entered in the submission of the property details which will mean all the Patta / Chitta, pattachitta, details will be available online. Included in the certificate will be the property construction details, property location, municipal door number, and type of land. It’s also possible to check the issued, tnpatta, certificate’s validity online.
Image 4: Digital Patta Chitta Copy
Patta / Chitta Transfer
When all the mandatory, patta chitta ec, Patta / Chitta verifications have been completed, by the relevant Taluka offices, prospective buyers and bank institutions may request copies of the documents. In the event that this happens, the property owner will contact the relevant Taluka office, tn taluk, or village administrative officer to request the information for the, patta chitta app, buyers and banks. In the event of a property transfer and transfer of the Patta / Chitta, patta chitta tamilnadu, an official application for the Patta / Chitta must be applied for. The application form for this is shown below – view patta:
Patta Transfer – Required Documents
For the formal, tnpatta, Patta transfer when the application has been completed it is mandatory for all the following documents to be submitted with the form:
• 1. Transfer Application: The signed Patta Transfer application form.
• 2. Encumbrance Certificate:
• 3. Sales Deed: A copy of the sale deed.
• 4. Possession Proof: This could be in the form of an electricity bill or a property tax receipt.