Right of Records (RoR) contains details regarding ownership of the property. It is an important document pertaining to agricultural lands. It contains details like Survey number, village, district, mandal, khata number, extent of property, owner details, etc.
Why is RoR important?
Record of rights contains details on the original owner of the property and is maintained by the local revenue office. The intention behind this document is to allow farmers to maintain permanent document on ownership of property. Each owner is given a unique khata number and unique RoR is maintained for each village. RoR can be obtained by giving Khata number of the owner. The RoR contains total list of all properties owned by a person in a village. Details like survey number, extent of land, etc. will be given on property.
Where can you get RoR 1B?
One can applt for RoR in the nearest Mandal Revenue Office of the property. It can also be obtained from the Meeseva or Eseva centers.
How much does it take to obtain RoR copy?
RoR 1B costs Rs. 25 in order to obtain it.
How much time does it take to get RoR copy?
RoR can be applied and gotten within 15 minutes at Meeseva or Eseva center.
Information required to apply for RoR?
In order to apply for RoR 1B, we will need to furnish property details like District, Mandal, Village, and Khata number.