Sakala Karnataka :Bribe free Khata registration through Sakala

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The Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara  Palike (BBMP) provides a few services under the Sakala scheme. These services include Khata registration, Khata transfer, building plan approval and issue of Khata extract and certificate. The Sakala scheme was initiated to bring transparency in administration.

 

 

What documents need to be submitted for Khata registration

As part of the Khata registration, the documents that need to be submitted are given below.

  1. Application in prescribed form. The application form is available for Rs. 10/-.
  2. Attested or notarized sale deed.
  3.  Attested copy of the title deed.
  4. Copy of Encumbrance certificate also known as EC (in form 15 for the past 10 years). This EC should be in your name. If the EC is not in your name, then you might have to apply for it at the sub-registrar’s office. To get this encumbrance certificate, you would need to submit a copy of your sale deed with a total fee that is calculated at the rate of Rs. 45/- per year. The EC will be available within three days.
  5.  Land conversion certificate issued by competent authority
  6.  Survey sketch/ Tippani copies
  7. Title documents/earlier Title Deeds with flow chart of Title
  8. Copies of previous tax payment receipts (three to five years). If the property has been recently purchased, then these receipts might be in the name of the previous owner or the builder.
  9. Affidavit in case of inheritance/will deed/gift deed/court decree, etc.
  10.  Original death certificate in case of Khatedar’s death which might necessitate transfer.
  11. NOC from all members of Khatedar’s family.
  12. Copies of NOC (No-objection certificate) from Town Planning Authority (BDA) for bifurcation of land. In case the land area is less than that mentioned in land conversion certificate, NOC for bifurcation is required.

You might be also asked for documents like

  1.  Building plan approval letter.
  2.  Approved site plan.
  3. Khata certificate and extract (with the name of the previous owner or the builder).
  4. Occupancy certificate (OC). Read more about “Bangalore Occupancy Certificate: A complete guideline” 

Sakala Khata Registration Process

The process for filing Khata registration is as below.

  1. Buy a Khata application form from the BBMP Assistant Revenue Officer (ARO). Fill the application form and attach the above mentioned documents.
  2. Submit the application form at the BBMP office. Inform the case worker that the application needs to be submitted under Sakala scheme. The form will then be uploaded to Sakalaand and you will be provided a 15 digit acknowledgement number(GSC acknowledgement number) that will be sent to your mobile number.
  3. If any document is missing, the case worker will inform you about it. Submit the documents. In case the case worker is not accepting the document without any specific reason, send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call Sakala helpline 080-44554455.
  4. Once the application is submitted, contact the Sakala office to find the status of the application in a few days. The application should be accepted within 30 days. In case of any delay, an appeal can be registered with the revenue officer. In case of any further delays, register an appeal with the joint commissioner. A notification regarding the status of your application should be sent to you via post.
  5. You will need to draw two demand drafts- one for the Khata registration fee which is 2% of the stamp duty paid at the time of registration of the property and another is for availing Khata certificate and extract which is a sum of Rs. 125/-. Submit these demand drafts at the BBMP office once the application has been approved.
  6. Khata certificate and extract made in your name shall be provided.

The timeline needed to get the Khata registered is given below.

khata registration

This table is from the sakala official website.

For more information visit the official site : http://www.sakala.kar.nic.in/gsc_home.aspx

Note- If an official refuses to receive an application, the applicant can send a complaint to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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0 #23 Krishna 2015-02-05 10:14
Hi Bhumika,

Please find my response to your query in the below mentioned link:

http://www.indiarealestateforums.com/forum/bangalore/1744-documents-required-when-buying-a-flat#4552

Please feel free to post any further queries or make any further comments in the above mentioned link as I tend to respond to questions mentioned in forum before responding to those mentioned in comments or mails.

Thanks and Regards,
Krish
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0 #22 Krishna 2015-02-05 09:53
Hi Chandrasekhar,

Please find my response to your query in the below mentioned link:

http://www.indiarealestateforums.com/forum/bangalore/1743-exchange-deed-refused-ekhata#4549

Please feel free to post any further queries or make any further comments in the above mentioned link as I tend to respond to questions mentioned in forum before responding to those mentioned in comments or mails.

Thanks and Regards,
Krish
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0 #21 bhumika 2015-02-02 10:46
Hi, We have bought a flat in kundanahalli,ba ngalore. Its nearing completion this April. So can you please tell me what are all the steps to be followed and from whom it should be done-registrati on,khata,ocupan cy etc I don't know what all is there..How long it will take and is there any concierge who can get all these done as we do not stay in India. Whether both me and my husband should be present for all this or only one is ok? we have taken joint loan.
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0 #20 Chandrashekhar 2015-02-01 02:37
Hi

We purchased a BMRDA approved Village panchayat site in magadi road in bangalore on an exchange sale deed with another site in the same layout. Our earlier site had some border issues and they exchanged it for another site. However, when we applied for eKhata in the concerned sub registrar office, they are saying the software is not updated exchange deed and they are refusing to accept our application.... .they are not giving us any timeline and they are simply refusing it...not sure how to go about here....thanks in advance for any suggestion.
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0 #19 Krishna 2014-12-31 09:46
Hi Naga,

Please find my response to your query in the below mentioned link:

http://www.indiarealestateforums.com/forum/bangalore/1621-bribe-asked-for-khata-transfer-agricultural-land#4189

Please feel free to post any further queries or make any further comments in the above mentioned link as I tend to respond to questions mentioned in forum before responding to those mentioned in comments or mails.

Thanks and Regards,
Krish
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0 #18 Naga1 2014-12-23 20:29
Hi,

We purchased an agricultural land near banglore rural on my father name (Farmer from Andhra Pradesh), Registration completed and after 45 days went to ARO office and they demanded 35 thousand bribe for Khata transfer and i beleive its too much for this task, Is there any way to get it done with out Bribe?
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0 #17 Krishna 2014-12-12 03:04
Hi Asha,

Please find my response to your query in the below mentioned link:

http://www.indiarealestateforums.com/forum/bangalore/1531-how-to-obtain-pid-number-for-e-khata-application#3988

Please feel free to post any further queries or make any further comments in the above mentioned link as I tend to respond to questions mentioned in forum before responding to those mentioned in comments or mails.

Thanks and Regards,
Krish
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0 #16 Asha 2014-12-11 18:15
Hi Krishna,
I've purchased a property recently and just before the registration(pr ob. 3-4 days) builder informed that e-khata formalities needs to be done.

As per the builder the process has been started more than 20 days back but still in registrar office they are not able to see the PID number or something similar. It seems they have received the e-khata but PID is not generated though it miraculously happened for some select owners of the building.

Is there a way we can find out the PID number for a e-khata application that was submitted by the builder?
Thanks,
Asha
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0 #15 Krishna 2014-11-25 05:11
Hi Channakeshava,

Please find my response to your query in the below mentioned link:

http://www.indiarealestateforums.com/forum/karnataka/1432-mutation-of-records-not-occurred-land-purchased#3759

Please feel free to post any further queries or make any further comments in the above mentioned link as I tend to respond to questions mentioned in forum before responding to those mentioned in comments or mails.

Thanks and Regards,
Krish
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+1 #14 channakeshava mc 2014-11-24 12:13
Dear sir.
My mother name is Lakshmamma w /o channegowda she is purchase the land in Kalasinda Village channarayapatta na taluk Hassan district she have all manual documents ( EC,Mutation hand writing RTC) but computer showing previous owner name what can I do please give me suggestion.
Thanks regards
Channakeshava mc
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