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  • Arunachal Pradesh Possession Certificate

    Possession certificate is issued by the erstwhile owner or seller to the buyer stating the date of possession. You can also use the certificate to get a home loan from a bank, NBFC, or HFCs.

    During the sale of a property, it’s mandatory for the seller to produce the certificate to the concerned buyer. In rural areas, it’s the concerned Tahsildar who is in charge of issuing the certificate, and in urban areas the concerned RDO (Revenue Divisional Officer) issues the certificate. You can also use this certificate to include your property in the land revenue records.

    • Helps you get loans from lenders.
    • Mandatory document required during buying or selling of a property.
    • Protects the owner’s property rights in case any dispute arises.
    Eligibility Criteria

    If the land is not under any legal dispute, the possession certificate will be issued. Also, note that the concerned land should not belong to the Government.

    Fees and Charges
    Particulars Fees
    For APL families Rs.10
    For BPL families Nil

    APL = Above Poverty Line
    BPL = Below Poverty Line

    Documents Required
    • Sale deed and registered lease agreement copy
    • Ration card
    • Income certificate
    • Aadhaar details
    • Encumbrance certificate (Form 15)
    • Passport-size photograph
    • Concerned building’s photographs
    • Land tax records
    • Copy of application form

    How to Apply Possession Certificate in Arunachal Pradesh

    • Step 1: You have to visit the Anchaladhikari office or Right to Public Service (RTPS) to get the application form.
    • Step 2: Fill in the application form with the required details.
    • Step 3: Attach all the required documents and submit the application form.
    • Step 4: Upon verification, you will receive an acknowledgement receipt.
    • Step 5: You can collect the certificate from the concerned office.

    Possession certificate protects you against any litigation and asserts your rights as the property owner. Also, if you plan to sell the property in the future, you will need to produce this document to the prospective buyer.


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