Table of Contents
- What is IGRS?
- Registration and stamps department Madhya Pradesh
- MPIGR responsibilities
- MPIGR services
- Sub-registrar office under MPIGR
- MPIGR SAMPADA
- MPIGR service provider
- Can I register my property online in Madhya Pradesh?
- Mandatory uploads for MPIGR e-Panjiyan system
- Process for online registration of property on MPIGR
- MPIGR contact details
- Stamp duty in Madhya Pradesh
For any property-related transactions in Madhya Pradesh, all parties concerned have to avail of the services provided by the Madhya Pradesh Inspector-General of Registration or MPIGR. This guide is meant to familiarise buyers, sellers and investors with the MPIGR and its services.
What is IGRS?
Every state in India has an Inspector-General of Registration and Stamps (IGRS), who is responsible for levying taxes on all property-related transactions. The IGRS is also responsible for keeping records of all the property transactions in the state.
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The MPIGR is Madhya Pradesh’s state authority, which levies stamp duty and registration charges on all property-related transactions. The MPIGR also acts as the single biggest repository of land and property record-keeping in Madhya Pradesh.
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Registration and stamps department Madhya Pradesh
The MPIGR comes under the Madhya Pradesh Registration and Stamps department. The MPIGR oversees property registrations throughout Madhya Pradesh through its 233 sub-registrar offices.
In the sub-registrar offices under the MPIGR, you can get your property-related documents registered, search for any registered documents, and apply for copies of such documents.
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- Document search
- Electricity bill
- E-registration and slot reservation
- Property valuation
- Duty calculation
- E stamp
- Attested copy
- Will deposit
- Application for service provider licence
- Water bill
- RERA registration details
- MP Stamp duty and registration fee
- Stamp duty calculation
- Mutation fee details
- Guideline value
- Agricultural land conversion check
- Khasra numbers check
- Bhu naksha MP fee details
- Complaint registration
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Sub-registrar office under MPIGR
There are 51 district registrar offices and 233 sub-registrar offices in Madhya Pradesh. All these offices work under the control of Bhopal-headquartered MPIGR.
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SAMPADA is the web-enabled digital project by MPIGR for registration of documents in Madhya Pradesh.
MPIGR service provider
The MPIGR gives licenses to service providers, mainly authorised collection centres (ACCs), banks and financial institutions, to sell e-stamps for online registration of property. The MPIGR service provider application can be submitted on the SAMPADA platform.
Can I register my property online in Madhya Pradesh?
You can register your newly purchased property online in Madhya Pradesh on the MPIGR official website – https://www.mpigr.gov.in/. Note that the MPIGR provides document registration-related services through its SAMPADA platform. SAMPADA is short for Stamps and Management of Property Document Application.
Mandatory uploads for MPIGR e-Panjiyan system
- Mobile number
- Email ID
- Identity proof: Passport, driving licence, bank /post office passbook, PAN card, voter ID, Aadhaar card
- Bhoo adhikar evam rin pustika number (agricultural land)
- Khasra number (agricultural land)
- Number of diversion order (diverted land)
- Map and three photographs of the property, showing the front, the left and the right view
- Number and date of the order if the land was disputed
- PAN number in case of property value is Rs 5 lakhs or above
Note: If you claim any exemption in stamp duty or/and in the registration fee, mention the notification number with the date and text of the notification in the document and upload the same. If you want to avail of any kind of exemptions that do not figure in the list given in the e-panjiyan system, mention the notification number and upload the supporting document.
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Process for online registration of property on MPIGR
Step 1: MPIGR Login
Only registered users can register property online on the MPIGR portal. To register yourself, visit https://www.mpigr.gov.in:8080/IGRS/userreg.do?TRFS=NGI&. Fill in all the required details to register yourself.
Step 2: MPIGR registration initiation
Once you are registered, open the MPIGR portal, and enter your user name and password. Choose your preferred language (Hindi or English), and click on the login button.
On the new page, click on Registration process > Registration Initiation > Initiate registration application.
On the next screen, select the relevant deed category from the available drop-down menu.
Next, select the relevant instrument/document.
Fill in the consideration amount for the calculation of the duty. Also, check the boxes that may be applicable in your case.
If you have not done property valuation in the current financial year, click on ‘No’ to generate a valuation ID. If you already have a valuation ID, click on ‘Yes,’ enter the ID number, and click on the ‘Validate’ button to verify the ID.
If your valuation ID is validated, relevant property details will appear on the screen. Click on ‘Next’ to proceed.
On the next page, select the relevant district, tehsil, area type (rural or urban), sub-area type, ward/patwari halka from the sub-area type of tehsil, village/colony under the ward, and property (plot, building or agriculture land).
Below we are using a sample flow for building transactions. Fill in all the details, and check the applicable boxes.
Once all the steps are complete, provide the buyer details.
Upload all the mandatory documents like ID proof, photograph, PAN card, etc. A similar process must be followed to fill in seller details and property details.
Following this, initiate the stamp duty payment process.
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MPIGR contact details
Helpdesk for e-registration
Toll-free number: 18002333842
Other numbers: 0755-2573849, 0755-2573846, 0755-2573852
Stamp duty in Madhya Pradesh
|Property owner||Stamp duty rate (percentage of the property cost)||Registration charge (percentage of the property cost)|
|Male and Female||9.5%||3%|
|Male and male||9.5%||3%|
|Female and female||9.5%||3%|
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What is the full form of MPIGR?
MPIGR is the short form for the Madhya Pradesh Inspector-General of Registration.
What is the stamp duty rate in Madhya Pradesh?
Buyers in Madhya Pradesh have to pay 9.5% stamp duty on property registrations.
What is e-Stamp?
E-stamp or electronic stamp means an electronically generated impression on paper, issued from the electronic stamping system, to denote the payment of stamp duty or any such amount that would have otherwise been paid as an impressed or adhesive or franked stamp.