Buying and registering property will soon be a hassle-free experience: Here's why
Buying and registering property will soon be a hassle-free experience, all thanks to the “ease of doing business” initiative of Delhi government. Plans are afoot to launch an integrated web portal where users would be able to view, request and apply for property registration.
The single-window portal would also integrate online applications of different government agencies and departments. Those buying property would be able to search for maps, land records and download papers by clicking on the same window without any pop-up or web page migration.
People would also be able to raise support queries or submit KYC documents, pay their property tax or apply for permissions and make online appointments for property registration. Any registered and authorised user would be able to view information and download permitted documents.
Portal users would be able to view ownership details and registry chain of property and obtain certified copy of documents by making payments through the gateway. Details of mortgage or loan on property, arrears of property tax, water tax, other utilities, etc would also be available, apart from status of land acquisition, litigation in revenue or civil courts, location of property, and other information needed for registration of property at the office of the sub-registrar. It would also be possible to view and download land records, including certified digitally signed maps from land record agencies.
For creation of the integrated web portal, Delhi government’s urban development department is in the process of engaging an agency for design, development and maintenance. Developing the web portal is expected to cost around Rs 25 lakh.
At present, various departments of the Centre and Delhi government connected with property registration have their own online applications. These include revenue department, the three municipal corporations, Delhi Development Authority, New Delhi Municipal Council, Land & Development Office, Delhi Cantonment Board, Delhi State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation, among others.
Developed at different times, these applications have different functionalities and use different technologies and types of databases. Delhi government’s property registration web portal will have full integration with the departments and different software applications.
The services would include e-search for verification of title, encumbrances (property tax dues, utility bills, status of court cases), cadastral maps, mortgage details, acquisition details, etc. The integrated portal would also have the provision for auto updating changes in ownership, mortgage status, etc.
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