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Agriculture land title

Agriculture land title

Due to massive urbanization our cities are spending at a very fast pace. As per census 1991, 20% of our population was staying in urban areas and 80% in rural/village but these statistics has completely changed, As per Census 2011 almost 37% of the country population is in urban areas, it is not primarily because of migration towards cities but because of spreading radius of our cities. This urbanization is given a lot of opportunity for Investor’s and End user to buy Agriculture land but checking of land title always a very difficult and encumbrance’s process.

Let us look at documents of title for Agricultural property to be obtained from the present owners and verified before their purchase/acquisition by lease, mortgage etc.

1)   RTC Popularly known as pahani issue by the village accountant-

This documents contains details of the total extent of land in the survey number, the extend of land in land therein, the names of the present and previous owners, their respective holdings names of the tenants the kind of soil, the crop any mortgages, charges made on the properties, status of land (whether inaam land or not), the conversion order number , date in case any property converted therein for agriculture to non agricultural use, the reference to mutations and inheritance certificate where there is any change in ownership etc.

2)   Mutation extract issued by village accountant or tehsildar.

This documents contains the extract from the mutation register or inheritance certificate with of previous owner the mode of acquisition of property, the total extent of property and the order stating that the khata of the property may be transferred to the name of the present owner.

3) Parent deeds and / or grant order for the darkshath lands/ Re- grants

Order in the case of Iman land and form number 10 occupancy certificate in the case of grants made under section 48A of the Karnataka reform act 1961.

4)   Family Tree certified by village accountant / Revenue account Inspector-

It indicates the genealogical tree in the form of flow chart, the name and age of  the members of family of the present and past land owners.

These entire documents will definitely help as a precautionary measure to make our agricultural land process smooth.