Property Registration in Telangana: Process & Documents

Last Updated at: January 14, 2020
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What all documents are required for property registration in Telangana_

The Telangana Registration & Stamps Department provides several public services such as the registration of properties, marriages, and even partnership deeds. This department is tasked with the verification of documents submitted, collection of required registration fees and also with handing over registration documents to the public. Let us take a look at how the Telangana Registration department handles property registration along with what all documents are necessary for the property registration there. 

Services Provided By Telangana Registration Department

  • Property Registration
  • Registration of Marriages
  • Chit Fund Registration
  • Partnership Deed Registration
  • Societies Registration
  • Stamp Vending

Process of Registration

  1. The Telangana Government has made the entire process of uploading documents online by starting an online portal to facilitate property registration.
  2. The applicant must visit the list and then upload all the details regarding the transaction through the Public Data Entry system.
  3. Before heading to the Registrar Office, all the required documents must be uploaded onto the system.
  4. The applicant can also make the payment online through the portal
  5. There is also an added option of choosing an appointment slot at the Registrar’s office to reduce the time taken to complete the registration
  6. Once everything is in order, the applicant must go to the office on the chosen date and time to complete the process.
  7. Based on the details uploaded, a check slip is generated and the required changes may be made by an officer at the office.
  8. At the office, the E-KYC compliances are done and the applicant’s fingerprint sample is registered and verified using the Aadhaar.
  9. However, after Aadhaar verification, all the payments, if any are left pending must be completed.
  10. Finally, the endorsements are printed and registered by the Registrar via a Document number.
  11. This document is then scanned uploaded onto the portal, from where the applicant can download it whenever required.
  12. If the verification is unsuccessful, the applicant must re-submit the documents and make the required changes.
  13. The registration is deemed valid until the land is sold to someone else.
  14. The entire process takes around two days. One day to upload the documents online and one to visit the registrar office and complete the other formalities.

Required Documents

  • Certificate of Encumbrance 
  • Original Document
  • Challan/DD
  • Property Card
  • Identity Proof of buyer, seller, and witness
  • PAN card
  • Power of attorney if applicable
  • Aadhaar card
  • Section 32A Photo form 
  • Two witnesses
  • Address proof – Aadhaar/Passport/Driver’s License/PAN Card/Ration Card/Voter ID
  • Photograph of the front view of the property
  • GPA /SPA if applicable
  • Webland copy, Pattadaar passbooks and title deeds for agricultural properties.

Locations of Registrar Offices in Telangana

Spl. Chief Secretary, Revenue (R & S),

D-Block, 4th Floor, Telangana Secretariat, Hyderabad-500022.

Eligibility Criteria for Property Registration in Telangana

  1. Individuals with land in their name
  2. Individuals who are legal heirs of a deceased person’s land
  3. Authorised signatory with a valid power of attorney

Registration Fees

    • Registration fees and stamp duty vary according to the State of Registration
    • The stamp duty is calculated depending on the market value of the property. And hence varies according to the location of the property
    • Other charges include EC fees and Document preparation charges

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Telangana Stamp Duty For Immovable Property

  • In Corporations/Special and Selection Grade Municipalities
  1. Stamp Duty- 4% of whichever is higher of the market value or consideration value
  2. Transfer Duty- 1.5% of whichever is higher of the market value or consideration value
  3. Registration Fee- 0.5% of whichever is higher of the market value or consideration value
  • In other areas
  1. Stamp Duty- 4% of whichever is higher of the market value or consideration value
  2. Transfer Duty- 1.5% of whichever is higher of the market value or consideration value
  3. Registration Fee- 0.5% of whichever is higher of the market value or consideration value
  • Apartments / Flats including semi-finished in all areas
  1. Stamp Duty- 4% of whichever is higher of the market value or consideration value
  2. Transfer Duty- 1.5% of whichever is higher of the market value or consideration value
  3. Registration Fee- 0.5% of whichever is higher of the market value or consideration value

For Sale Agreement cum GPA

  1. Stamp Duty- 5% out of which 4% is adjustable and 1% is non-adjustable, of whichever is higher of the market value or consideration value
  2. Transfer Duty- 0%
  3. Registration Fee- INR 2,000/-

For Sale Agreement with Possession

  1. Stamp Duty- 4% adjustable of whichever is higher of the market value or consideration value
  2. Transfer Duty- 0%
  3. Registration Fee- 0.5% of whichever is higher of the market value or consideration value and of which minimum is INR.1000/- and the maximum is INR 20,000/

Factors Determining Stamp Duty 

  • Age of property – Newer properties are more expensive than older properties, and hence have a higher stamp duty
  • Age of owner- Sometimes, older individuals have to pay lower stamp duty due to senior citizens’ subsidies.
  • Gender of the owner – In most states, women need to pay a lower stamp duty fee due to gender subsidy of 2% 
  • Nature – Residential properties have lower stamp duty than commercial ones
  • Location – Urban localities charge higher stamp duty when compared to rural areas
  • Amenities – Properties having lesser amenities need to pay lesser stamp duty 

 

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Property Registration in Telangana: Process & Documents

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The Telangana Registration & Stamps Department provides several public services such as the registration of properties, marriages, and even partnership deeds. This department is tasked with the verification of documents submitted, collection of required registration fees and also with handing over registration documents to the public. Let us take a look at how the Telangana Registration department handles property registration along with what all documents are necessary for the property registration there. 

Services Provided By Telangana Registration Department

  • Property Registration
  • Registration of Marriages
  • Chit Fund Registration
  • Partnership Deed Registration
  • Societies Registration
  • Stamp Vending

Process of Registration

  1. The Telangana Government has made the entire process of uploading documents online by starting an online portal to facilitate property registration.
  2. The applicant must visit the list and then upload all the details regarding the transaction through the Public Data Entry system.
  3. Before heading to the Registrar Office, all the required documents must be uploaded onto the system.
  4. The applicant can also make the payment online through the portal
  5. There is also an added option of choosing an appointment slot at the Registrar’s office to reduce the time taken to complete the registration
  6. Once everything is in order, the applicant must go to the office on the chosen date and time to complete the process.
  7. Based on the details uploaded, a check slip is generated and the required changes may be made by an officer at the office.
  8. At the office, the E-KYC compliances are done and the applicant’s fingerprint sample is registered and verified using the Aadhaar.
  9. However, after Aadhaar verification, all the payments, if any are left pending must be completed.
  10. Finally, the endorsements are printed and registered by the Registrar via a Document number.
  11. This document is then scanned uploaded onto the portal, from where the applicant can download it whenever required.
  12. If the verification is unsuccessful, the applicant must re-submit the documents and make the required changes.
  13. The registration is deemed valid until the land is sold to someone else.
  14. The entire process takes around two days. One day to upload the documents online and one to visit the registrar office and complete the other formalities.

Required Documents

  • Certificate of Encumbrance 
  • Original Document
  • Challan/DD
  • Property Card
  • Identity Proof of buyer, seller, and witness
  • PAN card
  • Power of attorney if applicable
  • Aadhaar card
  • Section 32A Photo form 
  • Two witnesses
  • Address proof – Aadhaar/Passport/Driver’s License/PAN Card/Ration Card/Voter ID
  • Photograph of the front view of the property
  • GPA /SPA if applicable
  • Webland copy, Pattadaar passbooks and title deeds for agricultural properties.

Locations of Registrar Offices in Telangana

Spl. Chief Secretary, Revenue (R & S),

D-Block, 4th Floor, Telangana Secretariat, Hyderabad-500022.

Eligibility Criteria for Property Registration in Telangana

  1. Individuals with land in their name
  2. Individuals who are legal heirs of a deceased person’s land
  3. Authorised signatory with a valid power of attorney

Registration Fees

    • Registration fees and stamp duty vary according to the State of Registration
    • The stamp duty is calculated depending on the market value of the property. And hence varies according to the location of the property
    • Other charges include EC fees and Document preparation charges

Get free legal advice now

Telangana Stamp Duty For Immovable Property

  • In Corporations/Special and Selection Grade Municipalities
  1. Stamp Duty- 4% of whichever is higher of the market value or consideration value
  2. Transfer Duty- 1.5% of whichever is higher of the market value or consideration value
  3. Registration Fee- 0.5% of whichever is higher of the market value or consideration value
  • In other areas
  1. Stamp Duty- 4% of whichever is higher of the market value or consideration value
  2. Transfer Duty- 1.5% of whichever is higher of the market value or consideration value
  3. Registration Fee- 0.5% of whichever is higher of the market value or consideration value
  • Apartments / Flats including semi-finished in all areas
  1. Stamp Duty- 4% of whichever is higher of the market value or consideration value
  2. Transfer Duty- 1.5% of whichever is higher of the market value or consideration value
  3. Registration Fee- 0.5% of whichever is higher of the market value or consideration value

For Sale Agreement cum GPA

  1. Stamp Duty- 5% out of which 4% is adjustable and 1% is non-adjustable, of whichever is higher of the market value or consideration value
  2. Transfer Duty- 0%
  3. Registration Fee- INR 2,000/-

For Sale Agreement with Possession

  1. Stamp Duty- 4% adjustable of whichever is higher of the market value or consideration value
  2. Transfer Duty- 0%
  3. Registration Fee- 0.5% of whichever is higher of the market value or consideration value and of which minimum is INR.1000/- and the maximum is INR 20,000/

Factors Determining Stamp Duty 

  • Age of property – Newer properties are more expensive than older properties, and hence have a higher stamp duty
  • Age of owner- Sometimes, older individuals have to pay lower stamp duty due to senior citizens’ subsidies.
  • Gender of the owner – In most states, women need to pay a lower stamp duty fee due to gender subsidy of 2% 
  • Nature – Residential properties have lower stamp duty than commercial ones
  • Location – Urban localities charge higher stamp duty when compared to rural areas
  • Amenities – Properties having lesser amenities need to pay lesser stamp duty 

 

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