Almost every profession, particularly land registry departments, has been transformed by digitization. Utilizing digital records, the Indian government has made it simple for anyone to obtain information about every area. Such documents are accessible online via Bhulekh, a government-provided service.
The majority of the manual chores related with land record-keeping have been abolished. In only a few minutes, property owners can obtain and check their land-related information online.
Digitalization of Bhulekh
Owing to a computerised land records network, citizens can now access and print land facts from everywhere at any moment. It has substantially reduced labour because it eliminates the need to walk around government agencies gathering these records. These online land records can be used to find out who owns a property and other property-related information.
Most Indian states have an official website where you may look for land records. The government of India recently began the DIRMP programme, which aims to computerise land records, the Naksha’s Bhu cadastral map, land registration data, and mutation information.
Land registration information, as well as property settlement announcements and proceedings, are available in the online repository. Land conflicts can be easily addressed with the use of this online data. Such data are updated on a regular basis and are monitored closely.
Bhulekh has a lot of advantages.
- Through the website, citizens can instantly modify any new record connected to their land.
- If you want to learn more about a particular parcel of land, go to the website and type in the Khasra Khatauni number.
- Any of the lands’ maps can be easily accessed.
- The system has grown increasingly open as a result of the digitised land record, reducing the likelihood of unlawful land possession, land disputes, lawsuits, and small abuse.
- Landowners no longer have to contact the revenue department each time they contains questions about their property.
What are your procedures for dealing with misspelled words in property records?
In the document, the landowner’s name must be spelled correctly, and the middle initial should not be missing. If either of these things happen, there may be issues with the selling, asking for a loan, and so on. If there is an error, actions should be made right once to rectify the pronunciation of the name or add any missing middle names to the land records.
To rectify the Bhulekh name change, you should file an affidavit signed by a notary to the land registrar office. In the affidavit, explain the name error and how to fix it. The correction will be instantly added to the land record as once government authorities have confirmed that the error occurs and that the correction is suitable.
You can also alter the document or replace the Bhulekh name by submitting a correction deed to the land register office. In the case of a recently registered property with a misspelt condition stipulated, this is done. This should be performed with the consent of both the supplier and the consumer. The original selling contract must be recorded and accompanied by the correction contract. For the process to be completed, stamp duty and registration fees must also be paid.
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