What is Patta Chitta, and How to Apply for it Online?

The Tamil Nadu government maintains the land sales information for Patta and Chitta. All asset-related transactions in Tamil Nadu, such as asset swaps, asset pledges, asset jail opinions, and so on, require Patta and Chitta files. Patta Chitta is the subject of this essay.

What exactly is Patta?

Patta is a central authority report that contains information on land ownership, location, and survey information. When purchasing an asset, reviewing the patta files ensures that the item is being purchased from the appropriate owner, as per the government report.

The vendor should have a valid patta for the land they are selling to have a clear assets title. Following the purchase of land, the customer shall report to the Taluka office for the transfer of patta to the customer’s request to maintain a clear title. For your convenience, we’ve included a pattern patta record below:

What exactly is Chitta?

Chitta is a central authority record about immovable properties kept by the associated Village Administrative Officer (VAO) and Taluka workplace. The Chitta provides the land classification between nanjai and Punjai, as well as the information of the asset owner. Nanjai refers to terrain having a lot of water, most typically rivers, canals, ponds, and other bodies of water. Punjai refers to territory with less water in our bodies, as well as centers and bore-wells.

How to Get Patta Chitta (Patta Chitta)

The Tamil Nadu government has automated Patta Chitta’s information and made it available on the internet. You can obtain the right of admission to Patta Chitta through the internet or by drawing near the concerned Taluka workplace. The procedure for purchasing Patta Chitta on the internet is as follows.

Step 1: Go to the Patta Chitta website first.

The Tamil Nadu Patta Chitta website is available in both English and Tamil. Click here for the English version.

Step 2: Select View Patta and FMB, Chitta, or TSLR Extract from the drop-down menu.

Select the district where the assets are situated from the Patta and FMB, Chitta, or TSLR Extract.

Step 3: Property Specifics

The Patta Chitta requires information such as Taluk, Village, Ward, Block, and the Survey Number and Sub Division Number. 

Step 4: Patta Chitta from the Land Surveyor’s Office

Following the submission of the asset information, a subsequent Certificate from the Town Survey Land Register containing asset information might be produced online. The Certificate might include information such as the asset’s mode of creation, municipal door number, locality, land type, etc. The validity of the granted Certificate may be verified online.

Disclaimer: The views expressed above are for informational purposes only based on industry reports and related news stories. PropertyPistol does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, or reliability of the information and shall not be held responsible for any action taken based on the published information.

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