A land survey number, which includes details such as location, shape, size, and the ownership of the land, is a unique number provided by the Survey Department to a particular area of the earth’s surface or land.
The advantages of a Land Survey Number are:
The concerned authority in the respective state issues the land survey number. The relevant officials inspect the piece of land to mark the boundaries and this leads to a map with information about the size and shape of the land.
Contact your local municipal authority if you have any doubts or issues with regards to the land survey number. To check if there any discrepancies, cross verify the land survey number mentioned on the sale deed and the property tax bill.
Most of the states in India have enabled an online portal where you can search for your Land Survey Number. For example, the Government of Karnataka has launched a mobile app ‘Dishaank’ which lets the user find the Land Survey Number of your current location within the state.
Here is a list of state website to check property/land records:
Websites to check online land records
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