Property buyers in Telangana have to register the sale with the Telangana Registration and Stamp Department. A buyer, along with the seller and witnesses, needs to visit the sub registrar’s office, nearest to the location of the property, to pay the stamp duty and registration charges as applicable in Telangana state. A part of the Telangana property and land registration can be done online, where you have to upload all the documents online.
The buyer has to upload all the documents online on the portal before visiting the sub-registrar’s office for sale deed registration. The documents required as per new registration rules in Telangana 2020 are:
- Original documents, with the signature of all parties
- Encumbrance certificate
- Demand draft/bank challan of payment of full stamp duty
- Property card
- Section 32A photo form of executants and witnesses
- Identity proof of the buyer, seller, and witnesses
- PAN card
- Power of attorney
- Aadhaar card
- Address proof of the buyer and seller
- Photograph of the property’s exterior
- Pattadar passbook for agricultural land
Here is a step-by-step process to be followed for a house registration process in Telangana or the land registration process in Telangana as per new registration rules in 2021:
Step 1: Visit the Telangana Property Registration portal and create your login ID.
Step 2: Upload all the documents required for registration in Telangana and pay the stamp duty and registration fee.
Step 3: Book the time slot for visiting the sub-registrar’s office (SRO).
Step 4: Visit the SRO.
Get your check slip prepared by the officer at the SRO based on the deed details Telangana provided during document upload, making necessary changes if required.
After the generation of the check slip, an E-KYC is conducted, where fingerprints of the registering parties are collected and verified against the Aadhaar database.
After successful verification via Aadhaar, the payment of stamp duty, registration fees, and other requisite fees will be verified through the challan provided.
After successful verification of payment, endorsements are printed on the document being registered.
Step 5: The sub-registrar will then register the registration documents by providing a document number, and the thumb impression of the parties is collected.
Step 6: Then, the registration document will be scanned and uploaded on the portal, which the user can download from the portal.
Step 7: In case of verification being unsuccessful, the applicant will be directed to make necessary changes and re-submit the application.
For any query on Telangana property registration, here are the contact details provided by the government:
Toll-free number: 1800 599 4788
Email ID: [email protected]
WhatApp No.: 91212 20272