Using technology, Punjab Land Records Society plan strategies and policies offer efficient and effective services related to land and revenue. Established by the Government of Punjab, the society’s main objective is to monitor and oversee the execution of the digitisation and computerisation of land records and documents related to it in Punjab.
The society offers services through several common access infrastructure such as Sukhmani Centers. It is a state level body formed primarily to manage land records in Punjab in all aspects and to oversee the policy framework of the Punjab State E-Governance Society (PSEGS).
To find land records (Fard) online in Punjab, follow the below steps:
To check by mutation number, follow the below steps:
To check by Rapat number wise, visit jamabandi and enter the respective district, tehsil, village and year. Follow the below steps further to check by Rapat number.
To view land records in Punjab by Vaseeka, Mutation Request and Transaction Number, follow the below steps:
To request for the correction of land records in the state of Punjab, visit punjab land record and enter the required details.
In order to check integrated land records, you need to follow the steps mentioned below:
To check details about court case, follow the steps mentioned below:
In case, you want to check the collector rates of the PLRS website follow the steps listed below:
Given below are the steps to get your property tax registered:
Also known as Jamabandi, Fard is a document that shows ownership of a piece of land. It contains information about the land, owners, cultivators, etc.
You can search land records or ‘fard’ through several types of Nakal such as Jamabandi, Mutation, Roznamcha, Mutation After Registry and Integrated Property.
Yes. Through Khewat and Khasra number, you can search for court cases related to land and revenue.
Through Punjab’s land and revenue portal, you can search details of Registry Deed through seller/buyer name/Khewat number/registration number/registration date.
Jamabandi has been developed to enable people to get an official land record of Punjab such as land registration, mutation and Jamabandi.
You can search through the owner name/khewat number/khasra number/khatouni number.
You can search for mutation details either through mutation number or mutation date wise.
Roznamcha details can be searched either through rapat number/waqiati number wise.
You can search mutation after registry through vaseeka number/transaction number/mutation request number.
Yes. You can request for correction of land records by providing the required information such as name, mobile number, e-mail ID, district, tehsil, village, about (jamabandi/mutation/roznamcha/other) and feedback about the correction.
Nakal can be verified by providing the transaction and hologram number.
You can check land records in Punjab using any one of the following data points: rapat number, mutation number, khewat number, khatouni nnumber, khasra number, vaseeka number, transaction number, mutation request number, or owner's name.
You can download Fard documents in Punjab through the Punjab Land Records official portal. Click on ''Fard'', enter the details required such as village, tehsil, district, year, etc., and then click on ''Set Region''. Choose ''Jamabandi'' among the given options. This can be checked based on a variety of data points such as the owner's name, khatoumi name, khasra number, khewat number, owner name, etc. Enter the details for the option selected. Click on ''View Report'' and access the information required.
Yes, Jamabandi is proof of land ownership.
The Jamabandi has 12 columns. The top portion of the contained the Hadbast number (boundary of the revenue village), year of jamabandi (done every four years) name of the village, tehsil, as well as the district. The first column has the khewat number which is the number of owner or owners of the land which is written in black ink and might change if the owners change. The khewat number of the previous jamabandi is written in red ink. The second column contains the khatauni number which is the number of possessors or cultivators of the land. The description of those is listed in column 5. The column 3 mentions the taraf, patti, or numberdar which is the geographical location of the land. Column 4 has the land owner's details which includes their name as well as their father and grandfather. Column 5 has details of the possessor or cultivator. Column 6 has the naam chah, etc. Column 7 has the khasra number which is the land holding number. Column 8 gives details of the khasra's area. Columns 9, 10, and 11 have details of the lagan, etc. Column 12 is the remarks with each entry having a distinct intkaal number or rapat number which refers to all the purchases or sales.
Gair mumkin land is any agricultural land which contains water bodies such as wells, channels, or a storage tank for water.
All the documents which pertain to the ownership of the land are called Fard documents.
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