How to Verify Land Records in Tamil Nadu Patta, Chitta, and FMB Online?

Land Records

What is Meant by Land Records?

  • The term “Land Records” is broad and can be used to describe a number of documents, such as the deed register, records of rights (RoRs), registers for tenancies and crop inspections, registers for mutations, registers for disputed cases, etc.

Importance of Land Records

  • Management is aided by land records.
  • It aids in estimating revenue. 
  • Land serves as a major revenue source for the government. 
  • Given that it serves as the foundation for all activities, the value of land is undeniable.

Patta Chitta - Land Records in Tamil Nadu

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What is Patta?

  • In Tamil Nadu, the patta—a land revenue record—establishes the title and ownership of land. 
  • The Patta Register, which is kept at the Taluk office, contains information on who owns each piece of land. 
  • The Patta contains entries describing who owns what land and how much of it. 
  • For village properties, patta is always issued in hectares or acres.

What is Chitta?

  • The ownership information for the land that belongs to a person or persons is provided in the Chitta, an extract from the Patta register.
  • The specific data in a patta/Chitta extract includes the village, taluk, district, father’s name of the landowner, patta number, survey number, and information on the subdivision.

What is A Register in Tamil Nadu Land Records?

  • In Tamil Nadu, the VAO (Village Administrative Officer) office maintains a register of the land that is under their control.
  •  It contains information about the property, including its classification, tax assessment, and owner’s name. 
  • The “A” register listed information about the land, while the “Chitta” record listed ownership and the “Adangal” record listed tenancy and cultivation information. 
  • Information needed for the issuance of documents like Records of Rights (ROR) to the public is contained in the “A” register and “Chitta.”

What Is Meant By Adangal?

  • Adangal is an excerpt from the VAO office’s A- Register.
  • Adangal records give more information about the type of land and its intended use. 
  • The Adangal extract includes data on holdings broken down by Survey Number, field area, tenancy information, and more. 
  • At the village level, the “Adangal” register is kept and contains data on how each subdivision of land is used, including information about crops.

What is TSLR Extract?

  • Town Survey Land Record is a TSLR. 
  • The revenue land records for land in Tamil Nadu are either field extracts or town survey land extracts. 
  • They are the equivalent of patta distributed in towns and municipalities.

Patta Chitta Information

  • The Tamil Nadu Land Records website has information on Patta, Chitta, Adangal, etc. These details are available on this website.

1. Land Details

The information in these columns, which make up this section, is as follows:

  •  Survey Number – A particular piece of land is given a special number that serves as a means of physical identification.
  •  Sub Division Number – It is a sub-divisional number for a specific survey number.
  •  Extent of Land – It displays the total land area under consideration.
  • Revenue – It contains information about Land Revenue, Cesses, and Water rates.
  • Soil Type – The classification of soil is discussed.
  • Irrigation Details as per the extent- It displays data on the irrigation source and the area irrigated across various categories, including the Kharif area, Rabi area, and Garden area.

2. Owner Details

  • As the name implies, it contains information about the landowner, including the owner’s name, father’s name, address, the size of the landholding, and other rights and obligations. 
  • Additionally, the Acquisition type is covered, along with a description that includes the relevant Mutation entry for the Transaction.

3. Cultivation & Crop Details

  • This section includes the Year, Season, Cultivator’s Name, Cultivator’s Residence, Cultivation Type, Amount of Land Under Cultivation, Amount of Land Used by Each Category, and Amount of Land Used Overall.
  •  Name of the planted crops area of land planted in crops, Source of water, yield, and information on mixed crops.

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