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Sunday, March 14, 2021

The most important form of rights in revenue records

  What are your rights over land? Learn through the rights form.

The statement of rights is the most important statement in the revenue record. This is because the occupier or account holder has the main record of how the land rights have been acquired and since then the land-related transactions have been recorded from time to time in the rights register. The list of rights is kept in the form of a diary.


Inheritance, oral confessions from the first registered and unregistered document, all other private rights, and public rights as well as the rights of the mortgagee of the owners of the land acquired in another way, the landlord of the farmers (Ganotia) Details of all government land rights are given.

The above rights are subsequently entered in the index of the land matter in the order of the survey number of each village and are recorded separately from each survey number according to the possession of the sub-share.


The most important form of rights in revenue records
The most important form of rights in revenue records

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What is a charter and what are the things noted in it?


The claim form is a solid register kept in the diary sample (in village sample no. 4). In which after all the privacy rights on the land, if it is obtained by registered or unregistered deeds, by inheritance, if it is obtained in any other way, then the rights of the unauthorized occupier, mortgagor, etc. are recorded.


In addition, the public is aware of the rights and disputes of others. The record of liability of the occupier is also said to be kept on the basis of this charter of revenue accounts. And is responsible for the revenue of the person who owns the land as per the title deed.



 

What are the common changes in land rights and their entry from time to time?


(1) Family verbal sharing


(Ii) From Mohammedan Law Anwar's gift and from the sale, sale release, bounty, gir, shangiro, a registered document of conditional sale


(2) In case of death of the person whose name appears in the title deed as the occupant, from the right of inheritance if the petitioner receives from the registered or unregistered (last) will of the deceased.


(4) Grant of Government land permanently to any person or institution under the orders of the competent Revenue Officers or the Government.


(V) Converting agricultural land into non-agricultural land


(2) Conversion of land acquired under new condition or limited power type to transferable power type i.e. old condition.


(2) By acquiring the right of calculation on any agricultural land


(2) To settle the land if GB is repaid


(2) By order of the Civil Court.



 

How the title deed is kept.


There are two main forms for a charter. One village's Form No.-2 and the other water sheet is a register like a village's Form No.-7-12, Village's Form No.-7-12 in which the number of the note of change has been received, the form of claim received and which survey number: texture part number if the right is obtained on the land of the block. Mallot comes to his list etc.


Village Sample No. 3-12 is a link to the title deed. This is because the numbered note is numbered as the basis for the change. And the name of the new occupant is entered by filing a case against the occupier whose rights have been violated.



 

The certification certifies an illegal transaction.


No illegal transaction is legal even though the note is certified. It remains illegal.


Who is the competent authority to certify entry?


Any revenue officer who is not below the rank of Deputy Mamlatdar can certify the change entry made in the deed of village sample no. Such officers also include District Land Registry Inspectors.


Apart from the Deputy Mamlatdars working in revenue, the Aval Karkun i.e. the Deputy Mamlatdars who have got such rights from the Collector can also certify the entries. The Circle Officer also has the power to certify entries.



 

If any party is dissatisfied with the decision taken by the disputing registrar as a competent authority.

If so, what kind of provision is there to remove it?


If the party is dissatisfied with the decision of the competent authority, the party can appeal to the concerned provincial officer / deputy collector within 30 days from the date of notification of the decision, but only in the apex court if there is any objection to the order of the civil court. Remains to be appealed.


What to do if the appeal made to the Officer / Deputy Collector is not successful.


In such a case, the decision of the concerned Province Officer can be revised by the District Collector. A certified copy of the order of the Province Officer against the appeal remains to be included.



 

If the appeal made to the District Collector is not successful, from whom can Daad be obtained?


As per Gujarat Land Revenue Rule 108 (p), there is no provision to appeal the order to the Collector. But the State Government has the right to request such a record to ascertain the legality or justification of such an order and in it the State Government feels that the Collector's order should be revoked or revoked and the State Government may make such order as it deems fit.



 

If a farmer/individual wants to transfer his land to another farmer, there is control in any matter.


The certification certifies an illegal transaction.


No illegal transaction is legal even though the note is certified. It remains illegal.


Who is the competent authority to certify entry?


Any revenue officer who is not below the rank of Deputy Mamlatdar can certify the change entry made in the deed of village sample no. Such officers also include District Land Registry Inspectors.


Apart from the Deputy Mamlatdars working in revenue, the Aval Karkun i.e. the Deputy Mamlatdars who have got such rights from the Collector can also certify the entries. The Circle Officer also has the power to certify entries.



 

If any party is dissatisfied with the decision taken by the disputing registrar as a competent authority.

If so, what kind of provision is there to remove it?


If the party is dissatisfied with the decision of the competent authority, the party can appeal to the concerned provincial officer / deputy collector within 30 days from the date of notification of the decision, but only in the apex court if there is any objection to the order of the civil court. Remains to be appealed.


What to do if the appeal made to the Officer / Deputy Collector is not successful.


In such a case, the decision of the concerned Province Officer can be revised by the District Collector. A certified copy of the order of the Province Officer against the appeal remains to be included.



 

If the appeal made to the District Collector is not successful, from whom can Daad be obtained?


As per Gujarat Land Revenue Rule 108 (p), there is no provision to appeal the order to the Collector. But the State Government has the right to request such a record to ascertain the legality or justification of such an order and in it the State Government feels that the Collector's order should be revoked or revoked and the State Government may make such order as it deems fit.



 

If a farmer/individual wants to transfer his land to another farmer, there is control in any matter.


Yes, in the area declared as Scheduled Extension of Gujarat, any tribal assumes that the agricultural or non-agricultural land given to him by the government for self-cultivation cannot be transferred or sold to any other person whether he is a farmer or a tribal but without the prior approval of the Collector. And if any such action has taken place without prior approval, it is illegal. This does not include taking a loan for agricultural purposes or giving land to a co-operative or land development bank.



 

My socks. Rajoda Ta. In Bavaria village, there is a land of P.P. who can sell the land


Dt. Of Revenue Department of the Government. As per the resolution dated 7/8/2011, such lands have to be made old condition first for the purpose of cultivation. Whose rights belong to Mamlatdar. So that you have to get the prescribed sample application from Janseva Kendra in this regard and apply to Mamlatdar. You can sell the land to the farmer after the old condition for the purpose of cultivating the land / after it is implemented in the village office.


How can I sell government land in a city survey area for residential purposes as quickly as possible?


In this regard, to obtain the prescribed specimen form from the Janseva Kendra and submit it to the concerned Mamlatdar's office so that a formal proposal in this regard can be prepared.


What to do to mix the texture of bad class-A land in the account?


An application has to be made to the concerned Mamlatdar in this regard. They will take the Land Revenue Rules Rule-3 and order to merge the texture into the bad account as per the demand rules/provisions. A copy of the order will be sent from the DILR office and the required measurement and permanent rate sheet will be prepared and submitted to the Provincial Officer for approval.


A private institution needs government land for educational purposes.?


First of all, the Mamlatdar of the taluka in which the land has been selected has to get the prescribed form from Janseva Kendra and apply. In this regard, since the proposal has been prepared, as per the demand rules/provisions, the land is allotted as per the demand by collecting the required existing/reasonable price through the Government.


My land is located in the Bavaria municipality area. What to do to turn it into non-agriculture?


Bavaria Municipality is a C-class municipality. The province officer has the right to allow non-cultivation of lands in C class municipality. So that the prescribed specimen from the Mamlatdar office concerned to you; Further action will be taken after obtaining and submitting the application form.


I have been allotted land in Santhani but I have to pay the amount of possession right which is the farm loan at that time.

Borrowed from the congregation who could not pay my land has entered the government. What to do to get that back.?


Last Amendment Notice of the Revenue Department of the Government dated. As per 30/08/2009, for those whose land has been entered by the government for such reasons, and its time has elapsed over twenty-five years, the land can be regranted keeping in view the provision of the said thrash. So that you have to co-apply the necessary details with the concerned Mamlatdar / Province Officer.


Can I sell my farmland to a company for industrial purposes?


Yes, any company can purchase agricultural land for a certified industrial purpose. But he has to make sure that the certificate of the concerned officer is positive.


If I want to make my own residence in my farmland, do I have to get non-farming approval ???


Start:


Earlier, the account holder had to go to the Mamlatdar's office to get the transcripts of his land bases - Village Sample No. 2, 3, 4-A, 12. To address this, the government launched the RoR 2 Village project in January 2009 under e-Gram, a very useful service by which land revenue records are available to farmers in every village.


Under RoR @ Village, the account holder can get an authorized copy of his land record in any village. Here you can find copies of Village Sample Nos. 2, 3, 4-A, and 12 all four samples. Initially, this project was started in 8 villages of 12 talukas, then today it is active in almost all the villages of Gujarat where there are gram panchayats, at the e-gram centers.


Another success story is that RoR @ Village has also received the Microsoft Award for Outstanding Service. Through this project, the account holder does not have to go to his taluka, and only by going to his e-village center in the village, he can get a copy of village sample no. So, do techno-savvy people like that?



 

Today:


I have been thinking for a long time that our first village samples in other states are online. Sometimes when I was free, I used to surf the revenue/land records websites of other states. Then it is known that some states are ahead of Gujarat in this regard.


It occurred to me then that we have had land revenue records online since 2009, so why not put them on the internet as public records? But I would have persuaded myself by thinking that there might be a security reason or that I did not record online so that the server would not be loaded incorrectly.


But my ambition was fulfilled. Initially, a committee was formed by the government, in which NIC, GIL, SMC, revenue departments met to consider what should be done to put revenue records on the internet. Taking everyone's opinion, and it was decided that the revenue record of any village should be available from any corner of Gujarat. RoR Ro Village was initially modified for this.


From now one-village, village sample no. 2 of any taluka of any district can come out. Then the software of village samples given from the Mamlatdar office was changed. And finally yesterday RoR @ Village was ranked as a public website. RoR @ Village is now RoR @ Internet.


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Just browse www.anyror.gujarat.gov.in in a browser and select your district -> taluka -> village -> survey number and preview village sample no.2. Updated again today, captcha code has also been enabled. So that security increased.


There will still be a lot of changes. In the age of technology, everything is happening online. I have previously suggested that this record should be made online,


But one idea still comes up that, despite all the simplicity, what if I don't remember the survey number?

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