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Telangana Possession Certificate


Telangana Possession Certificate

Possession certificate is used to claim one’s right to a particular property. An individual can use a possession certificate to include the property in the Revenue Records for loan requirements. The certificate is issued by the Tahsildar in rural areas and by RDO in urban areas. In this article, we look at the process of obtaining a Telangana possession certificate in detail.

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Importance of Possession Certificate

Possession certificate acts as a shield for the landowner to protect his or her property from all unlawful actions that are related to land and property. In addition to this, an individual can use this certificate to receive loans from the bank.

Documents Required

To obtain a possession certificate, an applicant should possess the following documents:

  • Duly completed application form
  • Income certificate
  • Ration card
  • Aadhaar card
  • Scanned passport size photograph
  • Building completion notice from the Architect, Structural Engineer, builder or developer and owner
  • Photographs of the building

Procedure to Apply

The following steps are necessary to apply for a possession certificate offline:

Step 1: Avail the application form

The applicant has to approach the Tahsildar office to get the application form.

Step 2: Enter the Details

The applicant has to enter his or her details and also the details about the property.

Step 3: Attaching the Documents

The applicant has to attach the photocopy of all the required documents along with the application form.

Step 4: Submission of the Form

The applicant must submit the application form to the relevant office. Once submitted, the application form will be issued within 7 days.

Government Processing

The technical officer once notified, will conduct a site inspection of the building. The said inspection will be held in the prescribed format and notes down if there is any deviation from the format. Depending on the deviation, charges will be up to 10% of the sanctioned plan. After analysing, the report will be sent to higher officials, and from there it would be sent to the Commissioner. From there it is sent to GHMC for final approval, and from there it would be sent to the Chief City Planner. After the approval of all the procedures, GHMC approves to issue the Occupancy Certificate.