All you need to know about Chandigarh land records


The Chandigarh administration, through its official website, enables property owners to check their land records online. Here is everything you need to know about Chandigarh land records.

To ease the process of land-related transactions, and reduce property frauds and disputes, the Chandigarh administration had started the digitisation of land records in 2013. The official website of the Chandigarh administration provides various online services, including the facility to access Chandigarh land records.

Recently, the UT Revenue Department of Chandigarh digitised land records of 25 villages under the Digital India land records modernisation programme (DILRMP). The DILRMP was launched by the Indian government to bring transparency to the land records maintenance system.

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Until recently, all the Record of Rights (RoR) documents/jamabandis, were maintained manually by the patwari of the respective villages. The digitisation move enabled property owners to check and download the ownership records without the need to visit the sub-registrar’s office as the revenue records have been integrated with the office of the sub-registrar. This will enable online verification of revenue records and facilitate the mutation process, once the registration of documents is done at the sub-registrar’s office.

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About the DILRMP scheme for UT Chandigarh

Chandigarh, the common capital of Punjab and Haryana, has a mix of urban and rural properties. While urban properties come under the jurisdiction of the Estate Office, the Municipal Corporation and Chandigarh Housing Board, rural properties are managed by the Chandigarh Revenue Department.

The updating of RoR was neglected for decades. The manual system of record-keeping had become cumbersome. To address these issues, the Chandigarh administration undertook initiatives to modernise the process of land records management, reduce instances of property disputes, and improve transparency in the land records maintenance system.

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The DILRMP scheme for UT Chandigarh was introduced to achieve the following objectives:

 

  • Computerisation of all land records, including mutations and registrations
  • Integration of registration and land records
  • Digitisation of cadastral maps and the integration of textual and spatial records
  • Development of core Geospatial Information System (GIS)
  • Survey/re-survey and updating of various survey and settlement records, which include the creation of original cadastral records, wherever required
  • Capacity building and training

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Chandigarh Land Records: How to find Online Jamabandi Nakal?

Step 1: To check Chandigarh land records online, visit the official website of the Chandigarh administration at http://chandigarh.gov.in/. Scroll down and click on ‘online services’ under the ‘Services’ section.

All you need to know about Chandigarh land records

Step 2: Click on ‘Online Jamabandhi/RoR’.

All you need to know about Chandigarh land records

Step 3: You will be redirected to the website of the Chandigarh Revenue Department. Click on ‘Online Nakal’.

All you need to know about Chandigarh land records

Step 4: You can get the nakal details through any of the three available options – owner name, khewat/account number of the owner, or khasra/survey number. Click on one of the options to proceed and view the details.

All you need to know about Chandigarh land records

Step 5: When searching for the nakal details by owner name, select the village.

All you need to know about Chandigarh land records

Step 6: On the next page, select the name of the owner to view the complete land details.

All you need to know about Chandigarh land records

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Chandigarh Land Records: How to search for registered deeds?

To check registered deeds, go to the home page of the jamabandi website of the revenue department. Click on ‘view registered deeds’ under the ‘View Deed’ tab.

All you need to know about Chandigarh land records

Submit details such as registration number, registration date and mobile number. Enter the captcha. Click on ‘Search’ to proceed.

All you need to know about Chandigarh land records

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Chandigarh Land Records: How to check deed appointment availability online?

Visit the home page of the jamabandi website. Click on ‘Check Deed Appointment Availability’ under the ‘Deed Appointment’ tab.

All you need to know about Chandigarh land records

Enter the number of days based on your preference. A list of available appointment dates will appear on the screen.

All you need to know about Chandigarh land records

All you need to know about Chandigarh land records

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Chandigarh Land Records: How to find mutation details online?

Citizens can check their mutation status on the jamabandi website. Simply click on the ‘Online Mutation’ tab. Provide all the required details, and click on ‘Search’ to check the status.

All you need to know about Chandigarh land records

Chandigarh Land Records: Other services available online

The jamabandi website also enables property owners to view details such as collector rates, stamp duty and registration fees, and mutation fees. The website also has an online stamp duty calculator. To access these services, visit the home page and click on the ‘Utilities’ tab.

All you need to know about Chandigarh land records

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FAQs

What is the website of the Chandigarh administration?

The official website of the Chandigarh administration is http://chandigarh.gov.in/

How can citizens contact the Chandigarh administration?

Citizens can reach out to the Chandigarh administration at the following address: Department of Information Technology, Chandigarh Administration, Additional Deluxe Building, Sector 9, Chandigarh

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