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  • IGRS Andhra Pradesh

    Registration and Stamps Department of the Government of Andhra Pradesh preserves age old records and provides the same to the court as a proof whenever any dispute arises. Document registration serves as a notice to the public through recorded details so that they can verify the records and gather information related to the right, title, and obligations on any immovable property.

    The department also collects revenue through stamp duty, registration fees, and transfer duty, and is regarded as the third largest revenue earning department in the state of Andhra Pradesh.

    IGRS Andhra Pradesh Online Services

    1. List of Transactions: This service allows you to check registration details by filling in a few details. All you need to do is select the registration details of document number, layout plots, or apartments from the dropdown menu. For plots, you have to select the district, mandal, and village. After that, you have to key in the survey number, plot number, and survey number list. Click “submit” to check registration details. Similarly, for apartments, the process is the same as plots, just that instead of plot details, you have to fill in the concerned flat number, apartment name, and house number. Click “submit” to check your registration details.
    2. EC Search: This facility allows you to search for encumbrance on any property that’s registered in Sub-Registrar’s offices. Search for encumbrance certificate online can be done through keying in the document number, house number, or survey number in a revenue village. It’s mandatory to select district and SRO office location to search for Andhra Pradesh EC.
    3. Duty Fee Calculator: This service provides assistance with regards to duty and stamp fee. All you need to do is select the nature of the document from the dropdown menu. Key in the consideration value and select whether any specific property has already been identified or not. After this, you will be asked to select the property type, district, village, and locality. Fill in the “boundaries” field along with “extent”. Choose the unit from the dropdown menu. After that, you will be able to calculate the duty fee and market value.
    4. Verify EC: Through this service, you can verify encumbrance certificate. All you need to do is enter the department transaction ID and click “submit” to verify.

    Andhra Pradesh EC Search

    With this service, you can search for encumbrance on any property that’s registered in the Sub-Registrar’s office. Earlier, you had to physically go to the Sub-Registrar’s office to obtain encumbrance.

    However, note that online encumbrance transaction/certificate is available post 1 January 1983. To get encumbrance certificate before 1983, you need to contact the concerned SRO office.

    In order to search for EC, log in to the official website of IGRS Andhra Pradesh. Check the “list of services” section present on the right-hand corner of the page. Click on “Encumbrance Search”. A page will appear giving you a detailed view of eEncumbrance. Click on “submit” and you will be redirected to a new page. Select the search criteria and key in the year of registration number to search for EC.

    FAQ’s

    1. Which documents are required to be registered compulsorily?

    • Immovable property gift deed
    • Non-testamentary instruments, such as mortgage, sale, release, and settlement of immovable property, to name a few
    • Leases of immovable property
    • Documents pertaining to contracts to transfer for consideration

    2. Is it compulsory to register a will?

    No, it is not compulsory to register a will. However, it’s recommended to register a will, so that is the original is lost, a copy of the same can be obtained from the Sub-Registrar’s office.

    3. Where can I register a will?

    It can be registered at any office of the District Registrar/Sub-Registrar office.

    4. Is there any deadline to register a will?

    No, there’s no time limit to register a will.

    5. When can partition of property can come into effect?

    In a situation, where all the parties have equal or common property, partition of property can come into effect. Note that stamp duty has to be paid irrespective whether it’s compulsorily registered or not.

      

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