[PLUG] Tips for property buyer

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Sun Dec 2 21:33:11 PST 2007


After the registration, a buyer should go for mutation, to ensure the title
of said plot/land is in his name in the Record of Rights (RoR) proceedings.
It would be a valid document but majority of people are unaware of this, Mr.
Kiron says.

Secondly one should verify the land details in 'Khasra Pahani' ultimate
revenue document detailing land as existing in 1954-55.

Thirdly when one applies for 'Encumbrance Certificate', they also should
search to rule out if other persons were holding the title to the same
property.

After the mutation, one should fence the land or better to go for trench
cutting, he advises. Change of survey numbers are another menace and
majority of civil disputes are due to this, he adds.

To ensure the authenticity of plot/land in a given survey number, one should
check it with 'Tippani Survey', the survey undertaken by the Government with
land marks, village boundaries and available with the Joint Director,
Survey, District Collector besides every mandal level surveyor who knows
exact boundaries of different Survey Nos.

Though introduction of photographs of both the buyer and seller in the
registration document reduced malpractices to some extent, Karnataka has
advanced methods over Hyderabad <http://www.maaproperties.com/>like in
digital fingerprints, recording of iris image with appropriate technology,
which would alert if the same land/plot is being registered in the name of
others. In short, the land transactions should be made transparent giving
absolutely no scope for tampering/manipulations.

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