Tamil Nadu State introduced the web portal Patta Chitta to a set of documents that prove the ownership of a piece of land. This portal lets citizens view PattaChitta, and Poramboke Land and know the Patta Chitta online status.
This portal contains critical land record information like village, taluk, district, landowner’s name, survey number, sub-division, Patta number, etc.
As a Digitization of the land records process, Tamil Nadu state launched this web portal to view all the related land records online for every citizen in the state.
After launching the web portal as a part of digitization, the state is doing wonders.
- 1 What is Patta?
- 2 What is Chitta?
- 3 What is Adangal?
- 3.1 Documents Required for Online Patta Chitta
- 3.2 How to Apply/View/Download for Patta Chitta Online?
- 3.3 How to Know the Application of Patta Chitta Online Status?
- 3.4 Contact
What is Patta?
The legitimate document which displays the owner of the land and its revenue records is called Patta. Patta is also refer to as the RoR document.
What is Chitta?
Chitta is also a legitimate revenue document manage by Taluk and Administration officers. Chitta also provides land details as the owner, area, address, etc. The main key function of Chitta is to display the sort of land/property.
What is Adangal?
Adangal is also one type of land record maintain by the Village Administration Officer (VAO). It is written annually by the VAO and is known as Village account no.2.
Adangal documents have details of Patta lands, whether wet/dry/manavari and evaluate wastelands and poramboke land.
VAO’s primary duty is to register the details of crops raised on lands, trees standing on all government lands, cases of unauthorized occupation of government lands, Fasli Jasthi and Theervali Jasthi, etc., in Adangal
Documents Required for Online Patta Chitta
Below are the documents require while applying for online Patta Chitta.
- The Sale Deed with photocopy needs to be submitted to the tehsildar or concerned office for verification.
- You must submit the identification to prove that the land belongs to you. For that, submit paid tax receipt or electricity bill as a document of proof of possession.
- Encumbrance certificate.
How to Apply/View/Download for Patta Chitta Online?
- To apply/view Patta Chitta online, visit the official web portal of Tamil Nadu revenue services.
- Click the “view Patta & FMB/Chitta online/TSLR Extract” option on the home page.
- A new page opens, selects the District, Area (Urban/Rural), and clicks submit.
- A page appears to enter the district’s details, taluk, town, ward, block, survey number/Patta number, sub-division number, and authentication value, and click on submit.
View A-Register Extract?
- Visit the official website of Tamil Nadu’s revenue services.
- On the home page, click on the “view A-Register extract.”
- A new page opens; enter the details of district, taluk, village, survey number, select sub-division number, and an authentication value.
- Verify the details entered and click on submit. The document will appear.
How to verify Patta online?
- To verify the Patta certificate online, visit the Tamil Nadu revenue services portal.
- Click on “verify Patta” on the home page.
- Enter the reference number of Patta.
- Click on submit to verify.
Verify Poramboke Land
- To verify the poramboke land, go to the website of TN Government e-Services.
- Click on verify poramboke land on the home page.
- A new page appears; select district, taluk, and village, and enter the survey and sub-division numbers.
- Check the entered details and click on the submit option to view the land information.
How to Know the Application of Patta Chitta Online Status?
- To check the application of Patta Chitta’s online status in Tamil Nadu, visit the official website.
- Click on the “click here” at the bottom left side of the home page.
- A new page opens; enter the application ID and Captcha code.
- Click on the “get status” to know the application status.
For applying the Patta document online through the official web portal of Tamil Nadu land records, a payment of Rs 100 must be made online.
How to Transfer Patta Chitta?
To transfer Patta Chitta or sell the land or property:
- Need to apply tehsildar or concerned authorities of the respective district or village.
- The application is sometimes accepted or rejected based on the examination of authorities. The concerned authorities have the absolute right to accept or reject any application.
For further information or issues related to the Patta Chitta web portal, contact email@example.com.