Jharkhand Property Registration
Jharkhand Property Registration
The registration of property in India is mandatory as per the provisions of the Indian Registration Act, 1908. The transfer of immovable property is to be registered to obtain the rights of the property on the execution date of the deed. The Department of Registration and Stamps is liable for property registration in the State of Jharkhand. In this article, we look at the process of Jharkhand property registration.
To know about a land mutation in Jharkhand, click here.
Section 25 of the Jharkhand Registration Act
As per section 25 of the Registration Act, 1908, all documents related to registration of deed as to be submitted with four months from the date of property registration to the concerned Registrar officer. In case of any violations on above, the payment along with the fine of 10 times the amount of property registration fee has to be remitted in such case of property registration.
Purpose of Property Registration
There are following benefits which are mentioned below for the registration of property (Deed).
- To provide a guarantee of the genuineness of the document.
- To afford publicity for transactions.
- To ensure prevention of frauds, conservation of evidence, transfer of title to the owner.
- To maintain an up to day public record by registering a property.
- To afford the facility of determining whether a property has already been sold and
- To provide security of title deeds and facility of proving titles in case the original deeds are lost or destroyed.
The required documents are to be furnished along with the application form To register a property in the state of Jharkhand.
- Identity proof like Aadhaar card/voter card/PAN card/passport/driving licence etc. of the parties.
- Assessment slip containing the market value and charge-ability of stamp duty and registration fees.
- PAN card or duly filled form 60 together with identity proof and address proof of the parties.
- Principal documents when the present document is supplementary to such principal document(s).
- Passport size photographs of the parties.
- Particulars of stamp duty and registration fee payment.
- Permission from the competent authority in case of transfer of riot of any Scheduled Tribe person to a non-Schedule Tribe person.
Stamp Duty and Registration Fee in Jharkhand
The stamp duty is the percentage of the transaction value levied by the state government, on every registered sale. Stamp duty rates and Registration Fee for various transactions in Jharkhand are given below.
|S.No||Description of Instrument||Stamp Duty Fee||Registration Fee|
5.25% of the value of the bond.
6.3% of the value of the bond.
3% of the value of the document.
|4.||Conveyance(sale deed)||4% of the value of the document.||3% of the value of the document.|
Rs.31.50 for the first thousand Rs.21 for every Rs.500 or part thereof by which the value exceeds Rs.1000.
The fee under clause (ii) in addition Rs.31.50 for every Rs.500 or part thereof by which the value of the gift exceeds Rs.10,0000.
3% of the value of the deed.
|6.||Mortgage||4.2% of the value of the head.||2% of the value of the deed.|
|7.||Partition||The same duty as a bond.||3% of the value of the deed.|
|10.||Power of Attorney.||Rs.31.50.||Rs.1,000|
Note: On every document, Rs.30 will be imposed on each page of the document as the service provider fees, in addition to the registration fees.
Calculate Stamp Duty on e-Nibandhan
The applicant can calculate stamp duty for a property transaction on the e-Nibandhan website by following the steps below:
Step 1: To view the applicable stamp duties visit the stamp duty page of the e-Nibandhan web portal.
Step 2: Select your district and type of deed.
Step 3: Now, enter the details relevant to the deed and click on the “Add” button to calculate your stamp duty value.
Obtain E-Stamp Online
After reviewing the applicable fee, the applicant can obtain an E-Stamp online for registration. Visit e-SHCIL web portal. Login into the portal & make the necessary steps to obtain E-Stamp.
Deed Registration Appointment Slots Availability checking
The applicant needs to take an e- appointment after registration of property.
Step 1: To check the available slots for the appointment, visit the e-Nibandhan portal.
Step 2: Now, the user has to enter the Application ID, Presenter, Mobile number, email id, Appointment date.
Step 3: By clicking on the “Submit” button, the applicant can now make e- appointments for registration.
Note: After taking the e-appointment, the applicant can visit the sub Tehsil office or the SRO office with the required documents listed above.
Procedure for Registering a Deed
To register for property in Jharkhand, follow the steps below:
Step 1: Visit the e-Nibandhan portal of the Registration department.
Step 2: Click on “Pre-Registration” option from the online registration menu, which is on the homepage of the portal.
Step 3: The user has to enter the valid email id and password and then click on the “Next” button.
Step 4: After clicking the next button, then the user has to fill profile details and click on the “Next” button.
Step 5: Now, select the “Application Type” and click on “Proceed for Online Application” button.
Step 6: On the next page, the user has to select the “SRO” and click on “Next“ button.
Step 7: Enter the necessary document details such as the type of deed, the category of the party.
Step 8: Then enter the value of the property stamp value, if any modified stamp value is to be entered, then enter the same in the text box.
Step 9: After entering the entire details, click on the “Next” button.
Details of Parties
Step 10: The Party details entry page will be opened on the next screen where details of the party have to be entered.
Step 11: After entering the party, details click on the “Next” button.
Step 12: On the next page, the property details entry screen will appear where the necessary details of the property can be entered.
Step 13: The user has to provide the details like Anchal name, Thana name, Plot type, the category of land and click on the “Next” button.
Step 14: In the case of holding any other property, the other property details have to be entered.
Step 15: Then the records which have been entered will be verified and after verification, the ” Number of Khata ” will be generated.
Step 16: Enter the number of khata in the deed which appears on the screen and click “ok” button.
Step 17: The fee calculation page will appear with all fee details.
Step 18: The user can take the printout of the “Check Slip” which contains all details of the property including registration fee and click “Finish” button.
Step 19: Then, finally, the application ID is generated, and the user is allowed to make an online payment by clicking on “Click here” link to finish the entire registration process.
Note: Submit the printed check slip along with the document mentioned above to the Sub Registrar Office on the date and time of your booked appointment slot.
Then after verification of your documents submitted of the registered title deed, one needs to apply for Municipal Authority seeking mutation of the title of the property.
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