Chhattisgarh Property Tax
Chhattisgarh Property Tax
In Chhattisgarh, property tax is levied by the state Municipal Corporation on the value of the property or real estate. Property owners are liable to remit property tax to the Department of the Urban Administration and Development of Chhattisgarh. The property tax imposed on property differs from state to state. In this article, we view the various aspects of Chhattisgarh property tax.
Importance of Property Tax
In India, property tax is one of the primary revenue sources for Municipal Corporations. All residential, commercial, industrial situated within the limits of the Municipal Corporation are assessed for tax and are expected to pay property tax. Property tax is imposed on every financial year of the same month, and a citizen is liable is file return on the same day.
Types of Property Tax
The following are the kinds of property that are liable to be taxed in Chhattisgarh.
The person is eligible to pay property tax under the following conditions is explained below:
- A person whose age is above 18 years of age.
- An individual who is a permanent resident in the state of Chhattisgarh.
- Any person who owns a property in Chhattisgarh is entitled to pay a property tax.
Exemption on Property Tax
An individual who is exempted from paying property tax under section 136 are listed below:
- The land or property maintained by the Devasthan Department of the State Government.
- Any land or property used for public worship or public purpose.
- Land hold for the purposes connected with the disposal of dead bodies.
- Land utilised by an educational institution solely for purposes of education.
- Land for the cause of public parks public libraries or public museums.
Before making payment for property tax, the taxable person is responsible for registering their property by filing the application form for property registration and furnish the same application along with the required documents to the concerned authority of the Municipal Corporation.
The applicant will be expected to submit the property tax invoice details at the time of making payment for property tax.
Online Payment Procedure for Property Tax
To make payment for property tax online in Chhattisgarh, follow the steps specified here.
Visit the Official Website
Step 1: Kindly visit the official website of Chhattisgarh Municipal.
Step 2: Select your particular corporation from the home screen of the portal and click on the “Go” button.
Self Assessment of Property Tax
Step 3: On the next screen, click on “Self-assessment” tab and enter your property ID and press “Submit” button.
Update your Mobile Number
Step 4: If needed the user can now update their mobile number and email id by clicking on “Updating mobile and email” or else click on “Request OTP for self-assessment” link.
Step 5: Enter your mobile number and email id for which you want to change and click on “Request OTP for update” button.
Request for OTP
Step 6: After clicking on Request OTP for Update button, the user will be got OTP in registered Mobile Number, enter OTP in the text box and click on “Verify and Update” button.
Step 7: Click on “Request OTP for Self Assessment” tab.
Step 8: After clicking on Request OTP for Self Assessment button, again user will get OTP in registered Mobile Number, enter OTP in the text box and click on “Submit OTP for Self Assessment” Button.
View Self Assessment for Property
Step 9: By Clicking on “Submit OTP for self-assessment” tab the current page will be redirected to the self-assessment page, where the user can make self-assessment for his/her property and click on ”Save” button.
Step 10: Now press ” Yes” button to proceed further.
Step 11: The demand report will be generated the user can save and print the report.
Proceed for Payment
Step 12: Click on “Proceed for payment” button for paying the property tax.
Step 13: After completing the self-assessment of property. Click on “Pay now” for online payment.
Step 14: Then the page will be redirected to the tax Payment page, select “Payment Gateway” in the mode of payment and click “Save” button.
Choose Mode of Payment
Step 15: Select the payment method either payment is done by card or net banking and click on “Pay now” button.
Step 16: If you want to make payment through card enter your card details.
Select the Appropriate Bank
Step 17: If you want to make payment through net banking select your respective bank.
Step 18: Enter your login id and password of net banking and make payment for your amount displayed on the screen.
Step 19: After making payment online, the receipt will be generated for further reference, and that can be taken printout.
Offline Payment Procedure for Property Tax
To make an offline payment for property tax in the state of Chhattisgarh, follow the steps mentioned below:
Step 1: The user has to generate the challan from the portal to make offline payment for property tax.
Step 2: To generate challan follow the same steps which are mentioned above for performing self-assessment.
Step 3: Then click on “Pay later” tab for paying offline property tax.
Step 4: The challan will be generated, the user can take the printout of the challan.
Approach Municipal Corporation Office
Step 5: The user has to visit the respective municipal corporation office within seven days from the date of challan generated.
Step 6: Then make payment in the cash counter as per the evaluated amount of your property type.
Receive Acknowledgement Receipt
Step 7: The user will be provided with acknowledgement receipt as the confirmation of payment.
Collect Property Tax Bill
Step 8: The user with the help of receipt can collect his/her property tax bill from the same municipal corporation office.
Validity of Property Tax
The property tax documents are valid for one year. Therefore it has to be renewed every year.
Penalty for Not Paying Tax
If a taxpayer refuses to pay the tax within the specified time limit, the assessing authority may impose a penalty which will be equal to five times of the rate of property tax imposed.