PROPERTY CHECKLIST

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INTRODUCTION

Purchasing a property or owning a house is an important thing in one’s life. However, one needs to be careful while buying a property to avoid falling into legal hassles. Before buying a property a number of checks need to be done to confirm that the land has a clear and marketable title. The legal status of the property is one of the first issues that should be addressed. The documents required for scrutiny of the title will vary in each case.

A handy and simple property purchase checklist one should consider before taking decisions on buying property in and around Bangalore.

FOR PURCHASE OF SITE WITHIN JURISDICTION OF BANGALORE METROPOLITAN REGION DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (BMRDA) / PRIVATE LAYOUT

1.  Mother/Parental Deed – to trace the origin of the property

2.  Relevant conveyance deeds

3.  Relevant mutations records

4.  Family trees (if required)

5.  Record of Rights

6.  Survey map

7.  Village map

8.  Agarband, Tippani

9.  Index of land

10. Nil tenancy certificate

11. Nil acquisition certificate from a competent authority

12. Conversion order

13. Receipt for having paid conversion charges

14. Latest tax paid receipt

15. Present possession

16. Layout plan approved by the competent authority

17. Release of site order

18. Khatha certificate issued by the competent authority 

19. Encumbrance certificates

CHECKLIST OF DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR PURCHASING CONVERTED REVENUE LAND IN BANGALORE

1.  Mother/Parental Deed – to trace the origin of the property

2.  Relevant conveyance deeds

3.  Relevant mutations records

4.  Family trees (if required)

5.  Record of Rights

6.  Survey map

7.  Village map

8.  Agarband, Tippani

9.  Index of land

10. Nil tenancy certificate

11. Nil acquisition certificate from a competent authority

12. Endorsement from Tasildar confirming that there is nothing pending under section 79 (A) and (B) of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act

13. An endorsement from a competent authority stating that the land is not a grant land

14. If it is a land grant, permission from competent authority to be obtained

15. Conversion order

16. Receipt for having paid conversion charges

17. Betterment charges paid receipt

18. Demand and latest tax paid receipt

19. Khatha (appropriate form)

20. Encumbrance certificate

21. Present possession

22. Sanctioned plan in case of a build house

A simple guide before you buy property …

DOCUMENTS CHECKLIST FOR PURCHASING AGRICULTURAL LAND IN KARNATAKA/BANGALORE

1.  Mother/Parental Deed – to trace the origin of the property

2.  Relevant conveyance deeds 

3.  Grant Certificate, if any

4.  Family trees (if required)

5.  Relevant mutations records

6.  Record of Rights

7.  Survey map

8.  Village map

9.  Akarband

10. Tippani

11. Index of land

12. Nil tenancy certificate

13. Nil acquisition certificate from a competent authority

14. Endorsement from Tasildar confirming that there is nothing pending under section 79 (A) and (B) of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act

15. An endorsement from a competent authority stating that the land is not a grant land

16. If it is a land grant, permission from competent authority to be obtained

17. Certificate for change of survey number, if any 

18. Latest tax paid receipt

19. Encumbrance certificate

19. Present possession

CHECKLIST OF DOCUMENTS FOR PURCHASE OF BANGALORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (BDA) PROPERTY. 

1.  Possession certificate

2.  Allotment letter

3.  Re-allotment letter, if any

4.  Lease-cum sale agreement

5.  Sale deed

6.  Re-conveyance letter and deed, if property re-conveyed by the BDA

7.  Khatha from BDA

8.  Khatha from BBMP or competent zonal authority

9.  Latest Tax paid receipt

10. Encumbrance certificate

conclusion

The above checklist is only guidelines and not exhaustive list. 

Steps to be taken after purchase of property ..

Old blog written on blogpost on the same subject, for buying in BMRDA jurisdiction.

Old blog written on blogpost on similar subject, buying agricultural land in Karnataka

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