Non-farming land can be purchased in Karnataka by Indian nationals and non-resident Indians (NRIs). When it prior to buying agricultural land, meanwhile, there are a number of restrictions. Prior to 2015, the only person who can buy agricultural land was a peasant from the Karnataka state who had a farming background and owned agricultural property.
In Karnataka, non-agriculturists are those who don’t have any agricultural land and make more than two lakhs a year from non-agricultural businesses. As a result, until 2015, a non-agriculturist could not buy agricultural land in Karnataka.
In 2020, Karnataka repealed a decades-old law that prohibited non-agriculturalists from buying and selling agricultural land. In Karnataka, there are no longer any restrictions on who can own farmland, including non-agriculturally designed to establish, businesses, or academic institutions in India. Regardless of their familial background, anyone with maximum non-agricultural earnings of 25 lakhs per year is legally allowed to acquire agricultural property. The income level was raised from Rs 2 lakh to Rs 25 lakh in June 2015.
ADDA has grown from a private social media network and helpline for walled compounds to an online marketplace. Non-agriculturalists can be granted agricultural property ownership by the District Commissioner.
Due to Karnataka’s limitations, numerous high-net-worth individuals purchased property in neighbouring Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. Many residents in and around the Anekal region possess city property due to Tamil Nadu’s pro-farming laws and closeness to Bengaluru.
In order to purchase agricultural land in Karnataka in 2022, you’ll need the following documents
- Document demonstrating the seller’s identity and authority to sell the property.
- The selling price, the timing, and the advance payment are all included in the sales contract.
- receipt for stamp duty
- Property registries
- In Its Original Form, a Deed of Title
- History’s Deeds
- Payment of Taxes
- Two witnesses are necessary for the land registration.
- In real estate transactions, a deed is used to transfer title from the seller to the buyer.
- Patta book or conveyance paperwork (EC)
- NOC from the Tehsildar
- An excerpt from the Declaration of Rights
- The Mutation Register is an extract from the Mutation Register.
- Survey documentation
- Sketch by Hiss Tippani and Hissa
- The Village Plan
- History of the family
- Any kind of identification, such as an Aadhar card, a Pan card, or a voter identity card.
- Certificates of Death (if relevant)
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