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I purchased a property and have since received the registered Sale Deed.  I am told to get Khatha transferred to my name.  What is the procedure to get it transferred to my name?

- by Niranjan, Bangalore

Transfer of Khata to your name is to be done by jurisdictional revenue authority under whose jurisdiction the property is situated. You have to apply for transfer with a duly filled Katha transfer application signed by both the seller and purchaser along with a copy of registered Sale Deed , latest tax paid receipt, and upto date encumbrance certificate.  The revenue authorities acknowledge the application and indicate the date, by which the process will be completed, which is to be completed in 45 days.  They may also call for additional information/ document.  On payment of prescribed fee (2% of the stamp duty of sale deed) the Katha will be transferred into your name and an endorsement will be issued to this effect.  Thereafter, tax paid receipts will be in your name.

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These are all the legal questions answered by Advocate S.Selvakumar in various magazines, in various occasion including realestate reporter monthly.

QUESTIONS

Q:- I have purchased a site at Kengeri measuring 30’ x 40’.  But the sale deed which was registered mentions the area as 29’ X 40’.  The consideration was paid for 30’ X 40’.  I did not consider it as major mistake as the entire site area of 30’ X 40’ was fenced and the site was in my possession from the date of purchase that is 1990.  I have constructed a house also. However my neighbor is claiming that 1’ X 40’ area belongs to him. I seek your kind advice as to the course of action to be taken. 

Q:-
I would like to state that I bought a site in BSK VI stage. I am desired to know more about the area and the progress that is being taken place. By what time the area will be fully developed to proceed on constructing a house.
What are the documents other than sale deed,  Khata, tax paid receipt required to avail loan from the banks? Is encumbrance certificate to be made if the allotment is made by the BDA directly?


Q:- My father owns a property in Bangalore. It consists of ground floor only, we are two brothers and one sister. Property in question stands in the name of my father, which is self acquired. I have been granted a home loan to construct the first floor; my sister and brother have given no objection letter to construct the first floor. Later on my brother wants to construct the second floor. But my father has refused to give no objection letter or even cede our proportionate share in the property. Please advice how to overcome this problem. 

Q:- If a property is approved by BDA, BMRDA or by BIAPPA. Can that piece of land be lost by way of acquisition?

Q:- Shall I purchase a revenue site at Sarjapura Road, Bangalore?