Possession certificate in Karnataka is issued by the Bangalore Development Authority. It is one of the most important documents that the buyer gives to the seller stating the date pf property possession. The certificate is also used to include the concerned property in the land revenue records.Documents Required
To apply for the possession certificate, you should approach the deputy secretaries in the BDA. The service will take up to 7 days to get approved. In case, you do not like the decision made by the deputy secretary, you can approach the commissioner for the second appeal.
To apply offline, submit the application for possession certificate along with all the necessary documents to the concerned officer at the Deputy Secretary’s Office. Ensure to get a note of acknowledgement. You won’t be charged any fee for the application. It will take a maximum of 7 working days to process the application. You will then receive a notification to collect the possession certificate. You will be required to sign in a register as an acknowledgment of receiving the certificate.
If you want to apply for khata transfer for gifted or sold properties in BDA approved private layouts or BDA layouts, you should approach revenue officer (East), revenue officer (West), revenue officer (North), and revenue officer (South) for the same. It will take up to 30 days for the service to be delivered to you. If you are not satisfied with the decision of the revenue officer you can approach deputy secretaries for the same.
The documents that are required to apply for this service are mentioned below:
You must submit the application to the designated officer along with other necessary documents. The application for a change of Khata will be reviewed, and the Revenue Officer's office will issue the applicant with a new khata. An invitation to collect the newly issued Khata will be given to the applicant.
Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) issues a possession certificate in Karnataka. It is one of the most significant documents that the buyer presents to the seller, and it specifies the date on which the buyer will take possession of the property. The certificate is also used to register the property in the land revenue system.
Yes, a possession certificate is required to claim tax benefits.
EC certificate or an encumbrance certificate is a certificate of assurance that the property in question is free of any legal or monetary liability, such as a mortgage or an uncleared loan.
A possession certificate or letter, which states the date of possession, is an important document that the seller must provide to the buyer. The certificate can be used to get a bank to provide you with a housing loan.
You can apply for a property certificate through Nemmadi Kendra in Karnataka.
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