In Short: Patta Chitta 2020 land records in Tamil Nadu online, check status, Patta name change, DOCUMENTS, etc
A word that has been of use in the history and will remain relevant throughout the human existence, and has gone through various forms is Patta Chitta. It is the most important document in the state of Tamil Nadu for a person to claim his asserted property. But do you think that you lack the detailed knowledge about the subject we are mentioning here. Well, there is nothing to worry about. We will provide you an extensive amount of knowledge for you to master this topic (Patta Chitta) without going through much googling and hassle.
The Patta is a very important and legal document provided by the state of Tamil Nadu to identify the real owner or possessor of the property. It is also recognized as the “Record of Rights” (ROR). It includes the “Patta number, name of the district, taluk, and village, owner’s name, survey number and subdivision, wetland/dry land, area of land and tax details”. In Tamil Nadu, a Patta is something you need to prove that you are the legal owner of the property. However, it is only applicable to lands and not apartments. You could be a Patta holder for the land where the apartment is constructed. In case, land on which the apartment stands is divided among different owners (Undivided Share), Patta is usually not issued in such cases.
Whereas the Patta is concerned with terming the owner of the property and his specifications, Chitta covers other left out dimensions. It is also a legal revenue document issued by the concerned Village Administration Officer (VAO). It provides related information about the area, size, ownership etc.
The main division is concerned with the land being a wetland (Nanjai) or dry land (Panjai). Nanjai represents land or areas being water bodies like canals, rivers, ponds etc. whereas Panjai associates with lands with lesser or no water.
JUST A NOTE: In 2015, both these documents were merged by the government and now they are available as ‘one’ with all the important information.
Therefore, it is extremely important and recommended for the all the citizens of the state to must enroll themselves into this procedure and get your names registered. We understand all the trouble one has to go through to get done with Sarkari kaam, we are offering you here a much better and convenient formula to do so. Technology has made things a lot easier for humans. You don’t have to stand in long ques and wait for your turn, because all of that struggle could be taken care of ONLINE. Yes, you read it right. The government has started an online portal for making things convenient for their citizens. Below we have straightened out the whole process for you, so you don’t have to stroll here and there looking for it.
Below mentioned documents are required if you are applying for the Patta Chita online in the State Tamil Naidu.
As above told, whether it is a Nanjai (wetland) or Panjai (dry land).
Select your district, taluka, ward, survey number etc. and proceed.
It is the right of the legal heir to get the property transferred in his name in the event of the death of the owner in the absence of the will.
You can change your name in the Patta but this cannot be done online. You will need to visit the respective VAO and ask for the changes .This may take up to 30 days to reflect the change and new Patta to be issued. Do carry the abovementioned documents along.
THE AMMA APP:
In 2018, Chief Minister EK Palaniswami launched the Amma app, which allows its users to access their land records, Patta Chitta from their cellphones.
Subject – Tamil Nadu Patta Chitta
State – Tamil Nadu
Portal Name – e-service
Beneficiary – Resident of Tamil Nadu
Department – Revenue Department
Official Website – https://eservices.tn.gov.in/eservicesnew/index.html
This post was published on October 13, 2020 8:35 am