Khatha – Some insights

  Khatha Registration:- The following documents are required for registration of Khatha for the first time. (a) For properties allotted by Bangalore Development Authority / Karnataka Housing Board – Application in prescribed form Attested copy of the title deed Copies of previous tax paid receipts Possession certificate Sketch showing the location of property (b) Revenue Read more about Khatha – Some insights[…]

Form 9 & 11 for Gramathana Site are Must

For a Gramathana Site Form-9 and Form-11 are must. These Forms are essential for property tax collection by local civic bodies such as Gram Panchayats and are also mandatory documents for carrying out registration. The Gram Panchayat office issues the Form 9 and 11 through the Panchayat development Officer(PDO) and the Gram Panchayat Secretary. First Read more about Form 9 & 11 for Gramathana Site are Must[…]

Agreement for Sale – Some Signposts

The legality of ownership of property is not always adequately established by looking only into the title deed, Khata certificate and the Encumbrance certificate. Factors that examine whether the seller is competent to transfer the property under sale also comprise a) Competence to contract present in both vendor and purchaser b) The succession law applicable Read more about Agreement for Sale – Some Signposts[…]

Karnataka Plans to Cut Water, Power Supplies to High-Rise Buildings Flouting Safety Norms

Karnataka Government said that it will stop electricity and water supplies to high-rise buildings – malls, multiplexes, auditoriums, and apartments – that are flouting safety norms. The Karnataka State Fire and Emergency Services Department issues “No-Objection Certificate” (NoC) to operationalise buildings that stand 15metres and above or buildings with ground plus four or more floors. Read more about Karnataka Plans to Cut Water, Power Supplies to High-Rise Buildings Flouting Safety Norms[…]