Tamil Nadu is the Southern most state of India and it had always been a land of rich culture. The economy of the state is dependent on agriculture, tourism and even service based industry. Tamil Nadu is also the home of some of the most premium educational institute. In addition to this, it always makes sense to move and settle in cities like Chennai.
If you are planning to make an investment in real estate anywhere in Chennai then we would advise you to refer to Patta Chitta Tamil Nadu so as to check the online land records. Do not worry as you do not have to visit the land and revenue office to get the land records made available. You can simply go ahead and get the land records via Online Portal.
In this article, we are going to share the details of checking the Patta Chitta of property in Tamil Nadu. If you do not know what Patta Chitta is then let us tell you that Patta means the property papers which are issued to the owner of the property and Chitta means the land revenue document. These two documents have all the details of the property in them.
Let us now look at the procedure to check Patta Chitta in Tamil Nadu.
Steps to Check Patta Chitta Online Land Records Details in Tamil Nadu (Patta Chitta)
Step 1: Start the process by visiting the Land Record Website for Tamil Nadu. This is a government portal and the link to the portal is http://eservices.tn.gov.in/eservicesnew/home.html;jsessionid=7D613C46B24E82C347116EAAD87E9200
Step 2: Once you are on the website, you will notice a tab for View Patta Copy / A-Register Extract. There are two link below the tab View Patta & FMB / Chitta / TSLR Extract and View A-Register Extract. Click on this to move ahead with the search.
Step 3: When you click on the first link it will take you to a new page, select the district from the drop-down menu and also select the area type to start searching for the property “Urban or Rural“.
For example here I selected Chennai and its area type urban then submitted. You will now be asked to enter the details of District, Taluk, Town, Ward, Block, Survey Number, Sub Division Number and Captcha Code.
Step 4: This will now display the land records on a new page and all the details will be visible for you. This will also display the owner’s name and the land records. Same process you have to follow for the next link.
On the bottom of the website, there would be a QR code along with the reference number and a link for the website. You can use that information to get the registered document for yourself. The document that you will download will be digitally signed.
This was the procedure to download the Patta Chitta of any property and if you face any issue or if you notice any discrepancy in the property then you can also contact the department. The email address for the department is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do not forget to mention the details of the property in the email and in addition to this, the typical response time for the email would be somewhere around 48 hours.