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What is the procedure for getting the Khata transferred in the name of the present owner and the actual cost involved therein? How to find out whether the Khata transfer certificate is original or not?

- by Nagendra Prasad, Magadi Road

The Khata is a revenue record standing in the name of the owner of the immoveable property. The jurisdictional corporation office transfers the Khata to name of the purchaser. A copy of sale deed in favour of the purchaser,  latest tax paid receipt and upto date encumbrance certificate are to be enclosed to khata transfer form. The prescribed fees is 2% of the stamp duty paid  on the sale deed. You may obtain the Khata certificate directly from the jurisdictional corporation office to  ascertain its genuineness.

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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:- What precaution should I take before purchase of a DC converted site? Is it advisable to purchase such a site?

Q:- The Khata of property which we own is still in the name of my father who has died five years ago. At present the property is jointly owned by my mother, me and my sister as per the Will made by my father. Tax paid receipts is issued in the name of my father. Their property is in Bangalore. Please advise the procedure for transfer of Khata in our names.  Can the Khata be in any one of our names?

Q:- About 6 years back I purchased a site from my neighbour with GPA reg., actually this is an agricultural land and he informed that he will convert it and make full registration within 2-3 years. However till date he could not do it and unfortunately last night he died of heart attack. I would like to know what will happen to my purchase of site through GPA Reg. Is it valid? (It has been reg. at sub reg. office) Can we claim the site?

Q:- I am planning to buy a site near electronic city. The layout is on agricultural land and the middle man has converted it into a layout. Now since the registration is not happening, he is asking to buy this land as an agricultural land. Can we go ahead with this offer? Please give us the implications of it.

Q:- Certain hidden facts like pending cases, prior agreements, and government notification of the property cannot be traced easily by verification of the documents. How can these hidden factors be uncovered and what should a purchaser do to protect himself against these factors? Also, your articles are very informative for a lay-person like me. Thank you very much.