Delhi Govt going to set up online property registration

- Monday, November 21, 2011 9:52:05 PM

The Delhi government has decided to introduce an online registration process under which people will even be able to pay dues through electronic transfer.
Protected with proper audit trail and cross verification system, the e-registration fees scheme will help the Delhi Government to further its attempts to bring in more transparency in public dealing and to reduce delays through use of technology.

This will enable all those intending to register their property documents to pay registration fees from any location by using a unique reference number to be issued at the office of the sub registrar. The decision to implement the electronic registration fees scheme connecting all 13 sub-registrar offices under an online platform was taken at a Cabinet meeting presided by Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit.

It is a major proposal in modernizing the whole system. It will also eliminate the role of middlemen in the registration process. After paying the fee people can submit the documents to get registration certificates.

The registration fees are levied under the provision of Registration Act, 1908. The registration fee was revised from July 1, 2010. Prior to this, the daily collection at the sub registrar offices was around five to six thousand rupees per day. But after the adaptation it increased to approximately Rs 6 lakh per day.

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