Jamabandi has been developed to help people to access official land record of Haryana such as Registration, Mutation and Jamabandi. People can now view details of sanctioned mutations and jamabandi of any land in Haryana using Owner name, khewat number and khasra numbers.
This site also provides information about property registration and necessary documents required for it. The knowledge base to educate people about revenue terminology is also available.
Haryana Jamabandi Portal Services
Jamabandi Portal provides information abou land related issues of Haryana State such as Jamabandi (Record of Rights), Mutation Register, Maintain lal Kitab, Khasra Girdawari.
1) What is Jamabandi
Jamabandi a document prepared as part of record-of-right in every revenue estate. It contains entries regarding Ownership, cultivation and up-to-date of various rights in land. It is revised every five years when a Jamabandi is prepared by Patwari and attested by Revenue Officer.
2) Mutation Register
Mutation indicates the changes that have to be brought about in ownership and title of the land. It contains the information about the khewat of last Jamabandi, which are proposed to be corrected.
Mutation fee is entered in column no 14 and brief report is given in column no 15. Referencing of mutations are made in current Jamabandi in Remarks Column. At a given point of time, column no 8-12 can be taken as column of Jamabandi and confirm the title of the land.
There are many types of mutations but the main types includes Sale, Gift, Mortgage with Possession, Mortgage without possession, exchange, Mutation of changes in ownership based on civil court decrees, mutation of inheritance, partition, land term leases, redemption of mortgage.
It is a register of harvest inspections. The patwari conducts a field to field harvest inspections every six months in the month of October and March. He records facts regarding crop grown, soil classification, cultivation and capacity of the cultivators.
This is valuable data and is basis for many returns and forecasts prepared and published by Director, Land Records, Haryana. The document is retained in custody of patwari for a period of 12 years after which it is also to be retrieved from him and destroyed.
Popularly named as Shajra. Patwari keeps a copy of the Shajra on Cloth called ‘Latha’. It gives survey numbers and dimension of a field, now-a-days usually prepared on the scale 40 Karam to one Inch. It is prepared at the time of settlement or consildation.
Original copy is retained in Tehsil record room and is updated every five years. Patwari’s copy is kept up-to-date through field inspection and incorporation of all transfers attested from time to time.
5) Lal Qitab
It is also known as Village Notebook. A separate note-book is maintained for each revenue estate wherein statistics of a village is maintained. It contains number of statements including crop grown in the estate, soil classifications, area under crops, land use, transfers in land, wells and other means of irrigation in the village and abstract of live stocks and cattle census in the village.
The statements are periodically updated through harvests inspection and revision of other records which is a feed source for these statements.
Property Registration at Jamabandi.nic.in
At Jamabandi you get valid information about Property Registration in Haryana Like Check List For deed registration, Stamp duty calculator, Stamp duty and registration fees.
|Keep Lands Records
Checklist for Deed Registration
|Proof of Ownership
|Fard of Jamabandi/Certified copy of original old sale deed/assessment of MC/Mutation.
|Identification of the Parties
|Ration Card/Voter card/Driving License/Aadhar card/Pan card/Identity card and ID proof of witness also.
|Registration of document through power of attorney
|Verification of GPA from where it has been registered in case it has been registered out of state only.
|NOC required U/s 7(A)
|NOC from DTP concerned if the area is notified U/s 7(A) of the HDRUA Act 1975.
|Two witness of the parties along with ID proof.
|Map plan and description of immovable property.
|In case of building/plot
|Digital photograph of building/plot.
|In case of release deed
|Mutation of Virasat for identification of ancestral property.
Stamp Duty and Registration Fees
Stamp duty is the tax governments place on legal documents, usually in the transfer of assets or property. A physical revenue stamp had to be attached to or impressed upon the document to show that stamp duty had been paid before the document was legally effective. More modern versions of the tax no longer require an actual stamp.
To about Stamp Duty and Registration Fees of Haryana Govt, Click Here
Stamp duty Calculator
Stamp Duty Calculator calculates the amount of duty property Holder has to Pay while transfer property to another person. Below are the steps to calculate Stamp Duty.
1) Click on this Link to open Stamp Duty Calculator.
2) Enter the Transaction value
3) Now you have to select that your property is within Municipality Limit or outside Municipality.
4) Select your Gender and Click On Calculate Button
5) You can see the Amount of Stamp duty.
Collector Rates is the minimum price at which the sale or allocation of a plot, built-up house, apartment or a commercial property can take place. This rate/price is decided by local development authorities or the state government. There can be different circle rates for different localities within the same city.
To Calculate collector rates follow the below process
Collector Rates Calculator
1) Open this link to calculate collector rates
2) Now you have to calculate Collector rates in Haryana on four major basis- District, tehsil, Period and your Village.
3) Select above details from Drop-Down Menu.
4) Finally Click on calculate button.
Deed Registration Appointment
The term register of deeds refers to a record of real estate deeds or other land titles maintained by a local government official. This is a centralized location where all legal documents are recorded, establishing ownership of property.
If you want to appoint a slot for Deed Registration, then you can do so by following below procedure.
How to Check availability of Deed Registration Slots?
1) Click On this link to Check Slots.
2) Enter your district Name, Tehsil Name and Select the Number of Days for you want Deed Registration.
3) Click On search button to check slots for Registration.
How to Check Registered Deeds Details of Haryana?
1) Click On this link to know about Registered Deeds
2) Now Enter the below details
- Registry Number
- Registry Date
- Deed Name
- Seller Name
- Buyer Name
- Khasra Number
3) Enter the Given Security Code
4) Click on Search button, you will get registered deeds details
Land Stay Orders Haryana
To Check Stay order of Lands of Haryana Follow below process:-
1) Click On This Link View Stay Order
2) You need to fill below details to Check for Stay orders.
- Case No
- Order Date
- First Party
- Second Party
3) Enter the given security Code
4) Click on search Button
An Encumbrance Certificate or (EC) is a certificate of assurance that the concerned property is free from any legal or financial liability such as a mortgage or pending loan. (a) Need for an Encumbrance Certificate. 1. It is a mandatory document used in property transactions as evidence of free title/ownership.
How to Get Encumbrance Certificate in Haryana?
1. Open the official site of Jamabandi
2. Click on Property Registration> Encumbrance Certificate> Apply new
3. Entire mobile number and OTP
4. Enter User details
5. Add property details; upload Nakal
6. After the approval of application, Encumbrance Certificate can be downloaded
Nakal is copy of land records, a nakal contains every information about, land, ownership pattern, revenue, etc. Khudkasht. This signifies that a land is being cultivates by its owners and not by cultivators.
How to get Jamabandi Nakal Haryana?
At Jamabandi Portal you can easily get the Nakal of Your land. Just follow the Below Process to get your Land Record Copy or Nakal.
1) Click On this Link Jamabandi Nakal
2) You can Find your Nakal by using any below 4 details
- By Owner Name
- By Khewat
- By Khasra
- By Day Of Mutation
3) Select below details
- Select District
- Select Tehsil/ Sub-Tehsil
- Select Village
- Jamabandi Year
What is Mutation of Land?
Mutation of a property is the transfer or change of title entry in revenue records of the local municipal corporation. The change in title ownership may occur due to a number of reasons like death of the original owner and subsequent transfer of the ownership due to inheritance or succession.
You can get following services of Land Mutation at Jamabandi Portals
1) View Mutation Orders
2) Check Mutation Status
3) Mutation status Of Deeds
4) Mutation Fees
Now we will look at the above Services of Jamabandi one by one.
How to View Mutation Orders
1) Click on this link View mutation Order
2) Enter Below Details
- Mutation No
- Source Type
- Mutation Type
- Mutation Date
3) Enter the given security code.
4) Now Click On Submit button to view mutation orders.
How to Check Mutation Status?
1) Click on this link View Mutation Status
2) Select these details
- Registry No
- Registry Date
Other Services of Jamabandi Haryana Portal
|Majura Land Details
Frequently Asked Questions about Jamabandi
When a document is reliable to be stamped?
All documents chargeable with duty and executed in India shall be stamped before or at the time of execution (Section 17 of the Indian Stamp Act, 1899).
How to get Different kinds of Stamps?
Stamps of different kinds are made available in all the Government Treasuries and Sub Treasuries and also on the counter of the stamp vendors.
How can I check my Jamabandi online in Haryana?
1)Sign in at Jamabandi Haryana and click on Jamabandi Nakal.
2. You can search nakal details: by owner name, by khewat, by khasra/survey no, and by date of mutation. Select one of the options and fill in the details like district, tehsil, village, and so on.
3. Click on search and the jamabandi details will be displayed
How can I check my land record in Haryana ?
Land records in Haryana can be accessed by logging into Jamabandi official website. The details can be searched using either owner name or khasra/survey no or khewat or date of mutation.