Rajasthan Property Registration
Rajasthan Property Registration
The Rajasthan Registration Act 1955, governs the property registration process in Rajasthan. All transactions that involve the sale of the immovable property should be registered to ensure the transfer of title to the owner. Property registration consists of the preparation of documents, paying the applicable stamp duty and registration charges for the sale deed to be legally recorded at the sub-registrar’s office. The Registration and Stamp department manages the registration or transfer of property in Rajasthan. In this article, we look at the procedure for Rajasthan property registration along with stamp duty in detail.
Rajasthan Registration Act, 1955
The documents relating to transactions of immovable properties are required to be registered.
Section 17 of the Rajasthan Registration Act
Compulsory registration is provided under the Section 17 of Rajasthan Registration Act such as Instruments of the gift of immovable property, lease of immovable property for any term exceeding one year and Instruments which create or relinquish any right and immovable property of a value of more than Rs.100.
Section 18 of the Registration Act
Optional registration is provided under Section 18 of the Registration Act:
- Lease of immovable property for any term not exceeding one year
- Instruments other than wills which purport or operate to create, declare, assign, limit or extinguish any right, title or interest to movable property
Purpose of Property Registration (Deed registration)
Filing of a document of transfer of immovable property provides the below-mentioned benefits:
- The document of transfer will be a permanent public record once the property is registered with the office of Sub-Registrar
- Any citizen can inspect this public record, and a certified copy of the document can be obtained from the Sub-Registrar office
- Registration of property is providing information to the general public that the ownership has transferred by the owner to the buyer
- If a citizen plans to buy a property, he or she can verify the record-index available in the sub-Registrar office. A citizen can ascertain in whose name the last transfer deed has been registered
Documents Required for Property Registration
- Proof of Ownership
- Certified Copy Of Original Old Sale Deed
- Assessment Of MC or Mutation
- Release Deed for identification of the ancestral property
- Lease deed for any term exceeding one year.
- Proof of Identification
- PAN Card
- Form 60
- Chain document
- Photograph of the applicant
- Verification of GPA from where the property has been registered in case property has been registered out of state
- NOC – if needed
- ID Proof of two witness parties
- Map Plan and description of immovable property
Stamp Duty for Property Registration
Stamp duty is a legal tax payable as a proof for any transaction of immovable property. Rates of stamp duty of various transactions in Rajasthan are below for reference:fee-structure-Rajasthan
Property Registration through e-Panjiyan website
Follow the step by step guidelines given here to register the immovable property in Rajasthan.
Access e-panjiyan portal
Step 1: For registering property in Rajasthan visit official website of Registration and Stamp department- epanjiyan.
Step 2: Select the property valuation option from the home page. In the new page, enter mobile number and verification code. Click on fresh valuation for registering immovable property.
Step 3: In the document details section, the applicant has to provide the property location type. Select document type as sale deed and subtype as a certificate of the sale deed. Provide District, SRO and Tehsil details.
Step 4: The applicant has to provide the following location details for registering the property:
- Colony Area
- Category Type – Commercial or Residential
- Location – Interior or exterior – DLC rate will be calculated based on this location information
- Road width in feet
- Plot or Khasra number
- Address Details
- Corner plot detail
- Property area in Feet – The applicant can use a unit converter for conversion of property area into feet unit
Step 5: In addition values section, the applicant has to provide details of construction (if applicable) such as floor type, constructed area, type or year.
Step 6: Boundary value details such as Length, Tinshade, area, parking details, Tube well details need to be furnished. Based on these values, the property amount will be calculated.
Step 7: By selecting the appropriate commission (Jail/Senior citizen/others/NA), the commission value will be calculated and displayed on the screen.
Land Value Calculation
Step 8: After entering all details, click on “Save property details”, by clicking on this option, the system will auto-generate or calculate the Land value based on the plot area and land values. Land value will appear on the screen. After verifying the land value, click on the Next button.
Stamp Duty Calculation
Step 9: By clicking on the Next button, the applicant will reach the stamp duty page. They have to provide details of the Execution Date, Face value and Evaluate value (will be shown). After providing the details, click on calculate stamp duty.
Note: Stamp duty and registration fee details will be displayed. In addition to registration and stamp duty charges, the applicant has to pay the following fees:
- Stamp duty payable
- Registration fee
- Penalty if any
Step 10: Sum of these fees can be paid for the registration of property in Rajasthan. Click on save button for further preceding the application.
Step 11: By clicking on ‘Proceed for Party Details’ option, the applicant can provide the details of parties such as party type, presenter type, party name, Gender, Category, Contact number ID proof and Address.
Step 12: In upload documents, the applicant has to upload all supporting documents. Take a print out of these forms, after providing details scan the documents in PDF format for uploading. The supporting documents are below for reference:Property - Documents
Step 13: Click on upload and save button after uploading the documents. Once finished click on ‘done and exist’.
Pay Stamp Duty through e-GRAS
Step 14: On clicking on the Payment option, the link will be redirected to the e-GRAS page. If the applicant is an already registered user, Login to the portal using username and password.
Step 15: For a new registration, click on Sign up button and provide all details for registration. Once the registration has completed login to the portal and make payment.
Step 16: Select department as Registration and Stamp Department, after providing major head click on submit. Now the applicant has to fill up an application for e-Chelan.
Step 17: The applicant can make payment through Manual, e-Banking, Credit or Debit Card. Click on submit.
Note: For the manual mode of payment, the applicant has to pay the fee directly to the SRO.
Time Slot Booking
Step 18: After payment, the applicant will reach the e-panjiyan site, click on the Time slot booking button. Select a convenient date from the list shown for approach SR office.
Step 19: Enter CRN number in the space provided, OTP will be sent to the registered mobile number and enter the same for booking time slot.
Note: In case the applicant does not receive an OTP, then enter mobile number and click on OTP.
Approach SRO office
Step 20: On the selected date, The applicant has to visit the concerned Sub Registrar Office with Citizen Reference Number and Fee Receipt. SRO office will import data from citizen reference number and check all details filled. In case of manual mode of payment, pay the money directly through the SRO.
Step 21: After the approval of the application, SR office will capture Photo and Thumb Impression of Presenter, Executants, Claimant and Witness.
Track CRN or Document status
The applicant can check the status of the application by visiting the e-panjiyan website. Select Track CRN or Document status option from the menu.
The page will redirect to the new page, provide CRN number and click on View Status, the status of the application will be displayed.
This page contains details of Document number, Property valuation, Presenter name, Document upload, Time Slot, Photo and Thumb take and Document Status at Sub Registrar office.
Get Property Registration Document
After taking a photo, SRO will generate Endorsement and register the document. After successful registration, the applicant can get the property registration document (sale deed). The applicant needs to mutate the property. Know more about Mutation of Property in Rajasthan.