Archive for June, 2011

Check Daily Court Orders/Case Status

June 29, 2011

Check Daily Court Orders/Case Status 

Here you can check Daily Court Orders/Case Status

Supreme Court

High Courts

Benches

District Courts

 

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Check Court Judgements (JUDIS)

June 29, 2011

Check Court Judgements (JUDIS) 

It is now possible to access the full text of various Court Judgements online.The Judgement Information System or JUDIS is a unique judiciary service for the citizens, which lets you access all the judgements that have been passed by the Supreme Court of India since its inception in 1950, as well as the judgements by some other High Courts, on the Internet. JUDIS presents some very user-friendly methods for citizens to make their search more convenient. Citizens can search judgements through the name of the petitioner or respondent, the name of the judge, the name of the party, the date of judgement, and so on. Moreover, the judgements passed by the Supreme Court till 1993 consist of headnotes as well. JUDIS is quite a resourceful service for citizens, backed by the fact that judgements passed by the courts included in the list are available for users within a day of their delivery in the courts.

Use the links given below to search the JUDIS Database for court judgements.

Supreme Court

High Courts

Benches

District Courts

Tribunals & Commissions

 

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Check Causelist of Indian Courts

June 29, 2011

Check Causelist of Indian Courts 

The term ‘Causelist’ refers to the scheduling of cases to be heard by the courts on the following day. The Supreme Court of India, along with the 18 High Courts and various other Benches throughout the Country,with the help of National Informatics Centre , have come up with a most resourceful and innovative system, whereby Causelists or pre-scheduling of various court cases are made available on the Internet for advocates, litigants, and whoever is interested to know. Scheduling of cases by courts on the following day can now be checked comfortably on the Internet, instead of incurring huge expenditures by printing cyclostyled copies of the Causelists and distributing them to the advocates. These Causelists can be retrieved in various patterns, such as a court-wise list, judge-wise list, case number-wise list, a list through the name of either the petitioner or respondent, advocate-wise list, and so on. Furthermore, these Causelists are now available almost immediately after the usual court hours.

Search the Causelist of a Court:

Supreme Court

High Courts

Benches

District Courts

Tribunals & Commissions

Know more about the Computerisation of Causelists

The term ‘Causelist’ refers to the scheduling of cases to be heard by the courts on the following day. The Supreme Court of India, along with the 18 High Courts and various other Benches throughout the Country,with the help of National Informatics Centre , have come up with a most resourceful and innovative system, whereby Causelists or pre-scheduling of various court cases are made available on the Internet for advocates, litigants, and whoever is interested to know. Scheduling of cases by courts on the following day can now be checked comfortably on the Internet, instead of incurring huge expenditures by printing cyclostyled copies of the Causelists and distributing them to the advocates. These Causelists can be retrieved in various patterns, such as a court-wise list, judge-wise list, case number-wise list, a list through the name of either the petitioner or respondent, advocate-wise list, and so on. Furthermore, these Causelists are now available almost immediately after the usual court hours.

Search the Causelist of a Court:

Supreme Court

High Courts

Benches

District Courts

Tribunals & Commissions

Know more about the Computerisation of Causelists

 

Check Central Government Accommodation Status

June 29, 2011

Check Central Government Accommodation Status 

The Government of India is committed to providing adequate residential accommodation to all its eligible employees. The Directorate of Estates under the Ministry of Urban Development is responsible for the administration and management of residential accommodation of Government of India employees in the metropolitan cities of Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta and Chennai and five other cities/ towns, namely Shimla, Chandigarh, Ghaziabad, Faridabad and Nagpur.

Currently the Directorate owns around 64000 residential units under General Pool Residential Accommodation (GPRA) at New Delhi. All Central Government employees and employees working under the Government of the NCT of Delhi, who are working in the offices which have been specifically declared eligible for the General Pool, are entitled for allotment of accommodation from the General Pool. The Directorate regularly receives applications from all eligible applicants for various types of residential units, and prepares waiting lists and allots residences to them.

The details regarding the entitlement for allotment of residential accommodation by the Directorate of Estates(External website that opens in a new window) can be obtained from their website.

If you have already applied for allotment of residential accommodation under the General Pool, you may check the status of your application in the waiting list, the available vacant houses in any locality, the status of your license fee, the list of offices eligible for this service, etc., from the General Pool Residential Accommodation System(External website that opens in a new window).

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Indian Rupee Symbol Download

June 29, 2011

Indian Rupee Symbol Download 

Following the procedures below would enable you to install the Indian Rupee Symbol Font to your computer and type/key in/view the Font on various applications in your computer.

Instructions for Installing Indian Rupee Symbol Font

Step I

Download the Indian Rupee Symbol Font from here (or any other reliable source).

If the Font has been previously downloaded in your computer, then please ignore this step

Step II

Copy (Ctrl+C) the downloaded Font and Paste in to your computer’s “FONTS FOLDER”

(START>CONTROL PANEL>FONTS (double click) > Paste (Ctrl+V)

Step III

The installation is successful; you can preview the pasted Rupee Font by double clicking the font icon

Instructions to Use/Key in Indian Rupee Symbol Font

Step I

Once the Indian Rupee Symbol Font is successfully installed in your computer, open any document preparing software e.g. Notepad, MS Office etc.

Step II

Open a Document. Go to Font and select “Rupee Foradian” or “Rupee” Font. Click OK

Step III

Press, Grave Acent Symbol Key (just above “Tab” button on your Keyboard) to type the new Rupee symbol on your Document

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Calculate My Pension/Gratuity/Dearness Relief/Commutation

June 29, 2011

Calculate My Pension/Gratuity/Dearness Relief/Commutation 

This service provides the retired civil pensioners readymade calculators for calculating basic pension, family pension, gratuity & commutation based on the recommendation of Fifth and Sixth Central Pay Commissions. This service also calculates Revised Pension for pre-2006 pensioners, based on the recommendation of the Sixth Central Pay Commission.

To know about the above mentioned service, please visit the following website.

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Register with State Employment Exchange

June 29, 2011

Register with State Employment Exchange

What is an Employment Exchange and Who Needs to Register with an Employment Exchange?

An Employment Exchange is an organisation that provides employment assistance on the basis of qualification and experience. The Departments of Employment in various States of India allow unemployed educated youth residing in the respective States to pre-register for impending job vacancies occurring in different sectors of that State. The registered job seekers, in many States, can also check their status on the job waiting-list online. They also allow job seekers to search for suitable jobs and to update their resume. Employers can post their vacancies with these exchanges and choose from among the registered candidates as per their requirements.

Unemployed persons as well as currently employed persons looking for more suitable jobs can register with the Employment Exchanges operating in their States to avail of job opportunities.

What You Need to Do to Register with an Employment Exchange

Fill up the required application form, which is either available online or with the Employment Exchange in your area of residence. You need to submit attested photocopies of all your educational and experience-related certificates along with your resume, Caste Certificate (optional) and photographs, and produce identity documents such as Voter’s Identity Card or Ration Card or Passport or Birth Certificate or Domicile Certificate, at the Employment Exchange operating in your region. After registration, you will be issued a registration number.

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Register with State Employment Exchange: Andaman and Nicobar Island

Eligibility

Above 18 years.

Concerned Authority

Employement Officer, Port Blair (between 9.00am and 01.00pm).

Procedure

Applicants must apply in the prescribed form to the Employment Officer with all necessary certificates.

Necessary documents/papers

  • Proof of Birth.
  • Qualification Certificates.
  • Local Certificate.

Fee

No fee is charged.

Register with State Employment Exchange: Arunachal Pradesh

Eligibility

Citizens of India having attained the age of 16 years or more.

Concerned Authority

The District Employment Exchanges of the respective districts.

Procedure

  • The applicant needs to fill up the X-IA /X-IB/ X-IC form (Index Card) and submit it to the District Employment Exchange along with the necessary educational qualification certificates.
  • After the necessary verification, the Registration Card is given to the applicant.

Necessary documents/papers

  • Filled up X-IA form for below matriculation, X-IB for matriculation to graduation & X- IC for post graduation.
  • Educational Qualification certificates.
  • Experience Certificates (if any).
  • Passport-sized photos.
  • Caste Certificate (if any).
  • Any other/ technical qualification certificate (if any).

Fee

No fee is charged.

Forms

X-IA/X-IB/X-IC form (Index Card). The concerned forms are available in the respective district employment exchanges.

Register with State Employment Exchange: Delhi

Employment Exchanges provide only employment assistance on the basis of qualification, experience, age etc. and sponsor the names of registered applicants in the ratio 1 : 20 against the vacancies notified by the employer, strictly in the order of merit and seniority and as per reservations.

Concerned Authority

The candidate can register his/her name in the concerned District Employment Exchange within whose jurisdiction his/ her place of residence is situated. Registration is done between 9.30 a.m. and 1.30 p.m. on all working days, from Monday to Saturday (Except Second Saturdays).

Register with State Employment Exchange: Goa

Registration means the process of recording the particulars of an employment seeker according to a prescribed procedure with a view to rendering them employment assistance. Employment seekers desiring to register their names in the Exchange will have to report to the registration section between 9.30 a.m. and 1.15 p.m., on any working day, with documents such as a 15-year residential certificate from the Mamlatdar of the Taluka, showing that the employment seeker has resided there for 15 years and all educational qualification certificates (if any) in original.

Employment seekers claiming to register under a special scheme such as ?One Job in A Family? have to produce an income certificate from the concerned Sarpanch and the Secretary of the Village Panchayat, which should be countersigned by the Block Development Officer of the Taluka or Chief Officer of the Municipal Council, as the case may be, and under the scheme ?Preferential Treatment to Sons and Daughters of Freedom Fighters?, a certificate from the Mamlatdar stating that the employment seeker is the son/ daughter of the registered freedom fighter and that he/she is unemployed. The applicant who intends to register his/her name in the Employment Exchange should produce the below-mentioned certificates. Registration and renewal timings are from 9.30 a.m. to 1.15 p.m.

  • All qualification certificates
  • Experience certificate is any
  • Residential certificate for 15 years

All the certificates should be in original. If the applicants belong to categories like S/C, S/T, O.B.C., P/H, Widow, Divorcee, Sportsmen/sportswomen, Orphan, they should produce the required certificate from the concerned authority in order to register in the concerned category.

Register with State Employment Exchange: Gujarat

An online system by the Gujarat Government covers online registration, vacancy booking and generation of the candidate list as per norms. It is implemented in all districts and university exchange bureaus.

Candidates can register online at http://talimrojgar.org(External website that opens in a new window).

Register with State Employment Exchange: Haryana

Procedure

Visit the employment exchange along with an original and a copy of all certificates and documents. At computerised exchanges, names are entered electronically while at manual exchanges, they are entered in a register. A registration number is then given to the candidates.

Register with State Employment Exchange: Jammu and Kashmir

The candidate has to go to the following site to register with the State Emplyment Exchange:-

http://jakemp.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window)

Candidates registering online will immediately get temporary registration numbers but they have to come to the employment exchange office along with the original documents, within 3 months, for getting permanent registration numbers.

Register with State Employment Exchange: Karnataka

For the purpose of registration, an applicant has to approach the jurisdictional Employment Exchange in person, with all the original educational certificates, caste and income certificates (optional) and two recent passport-sized photographs. After verification, the Employment Exchange will register the name of the applicant and issue him/ her the registration card bearing the photograph. The registration has to be renewed once in every three years. The service offered is free.

Register with State Employment Exchange: Kerala

Employment and training department is the owner of the data

Data of all the professional and executive employment exchanges is available.

Data can be availed by

- Any registered employers can get the list of the job-seekers possessing the required qualification

- Job seekers can access their data

- General Public can get the general details

The Service is available on internet

Access is through the url http://employmentkerala.gov.in/Codings/aspxfiles/frame.aspx(External website that opens in a new window)

Service is available on net and can be accessed at any time

Services are

-Employers can take list of candidates posessing required qualification, Post the vacancies

-Job seeks can renew his/her registration, experience and contact information can be added

-General public can get the general details, respond to the vacancies posted by the employers

No fee for the services

Forms can be downloaded .

Register with State Employment Exchange: Lakshadweep

Eligibility

Native people or any individual whose father/mother is working in Lakshadweep can register with the employment exchange.

Procedure

There is a prescribed application form, which has to be submitted for registration.

Necessary documents/papers

The application form, along with the qualification certificate, proof of age, caste certificate, etc., must be submitted during office hours.

Fee

No fee is charged for the service.

Concerned Authority

The District Employment Officer is the issuing authority.

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Register with State Employment Exchange: Maharashtra

The employment exchange is located in each district. The individual has to fill the registration form and submit copies of all education qualification certificates to the employment exchange office along with the originals for verification.

Register with State Employment Exchange: Puducherry

Eligibility

Any person with a minimum educational qualification of Standard 5 and above

Concerned Department

The Employment Exchange office located in the respective districts in which the person is residing, will provide the service.

Procedure

The citizen has to fill up a pre-printed form (called the Identity Card) available with the Exchange along with the supporting documents. The citizen can approach the Public Relations Officer/ Employment Officer at the Exchange during regular office hours, from 9 am to 5.45 pm, on all working days.

Necessary Documents

Supporting documents include:

  • EPIC card
  • Ration card
  • Copy of Marks obtained
  • Copy of Educational certificate for 10th & 12th standard, degree, additional qualifications, etc.

Fees

No fee is charged for the service. A specific form called the Identity Card is available in a pre-printed form which can be obtained from the Exchange free of cost. The person has to approach the Exchange office in person to avail this service.

Other Information

Registration with the employment exchange is valid for 3 years only, after which the person has to renew the registration by visiting the office in person.

Register with State Employment Exchange: Punjab

Department Concerned

District Employment Exchanges, Government of Punjab

Eligibility conditions

The candidate should be a resident of Punjab and belong to the same district in which the employment exchange is located.

Step by Step Procedure

  • The candidate submits his/her biodata, attested photocopies of all certificates along with the original certificates at the Inquiry window, where the dealing clerk checks all certificates. He retains the attested copies and hands over the original certificates to the candidate.
  • The dealing clerk prepares the registration card of the candidate and sends it to the District Employment Officer for his signature.
  • Once the DEO signs the card, the dealing clerk issues the card to the candidate, which is valid for 1 year.
  • The department charges no registration fee from the candidate for registration.

Checklist of documents

  • Bio data
  • Photocopies of Certificates

Validation

Registration expires after 1 year.

Sanctioning Authority

District Employment Officers

Register with State Employment Exchange: Rajasthan

Eligibility

As per the rules of the DGET and Employment department, Government of Rajasthan, a candidate should have attained a minimum age of 14 years; there is no upper age limit. The candidate should be a bonafide resident of Rajasthan.

Procedure:

  • The job-seeker can download the registration form from the website http://rajrojgar.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window). It is also available free of cost at the various exchanges of the Employment Department.
  • It should be neatly filled by the candidate and each column should be clearly filled specifically (i.e. name, father’s name, mother’s name, address, date of birth, qualification, qualification date, work experience, etc.).
  • Those candidates who are in Government service/ semi-Government service should obtain the NOC from their employer and attach the same.
  • After filling up the form, the candidate should submit the required documents to the Employment Officer for getting a new registration number.

Concerned Authority

The exchanges of the Employment Department are available at all district headquarters, and in Jaipur, there are five exchanges, i.e., (i) Sree Jaleb Chowk (ii) PH exchange (iii) Women’s exchange (iv) Professional & Executive exchange (v) University Employment Bureau Exchange.

Necessary documents/papers

The candidate should submit the duly filled application form along with all original documents to the Employment Officer of the respective exchanges for verification.

Renewal of Registration

The renewal of registration is done after three years from the date of registration, and a two months’ grace period is allowed.

For further information, visit: http://rajrojgar.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window).

Register with State Employment Exchange: Tamil Nadu

Eligibility

In Tamil Nadu, candidates with qualifications of Graduate and Post-Graduate levels in the Professional and Executive line, can register their educational qualifications with the Professional and Executive Employment Exchange, Chennai.

Candidates who possess educational qualifications other than those of professional and executive standards can register their educational qualifications with the respective Employment Exchanges in their districts. Technically qualified candidates in Chennai and Coimbatore can register their educational qualifications with the Employment Exchanges functioning in the respective places for technically qualified persons.

The list of Employment Exchanges in Tamil Nadu can be accessed at
http://tnvelaivaaippu.gov.in/EmploymentExchange/login/loginFrame.jsp(External website that opens in a new window).

Procedure

Candidates in possession of qualifications of Professional and Executive standards could also furnish the details of their educational qualifications with the respective Employment Exchanges in the districts. Such details will be forwarded by the Employment Exchanges situated in the districts to the Professional and Executive Employment Exchange, Chennai, which in turn will register the candidates and send the identity cards directly to the candidates. Candidates in possession of experience could register their experience with the Employment Exchanges not later than two years from the date of discharge. Apart from this, persons who are appointed based on the nomination effected by the Employment Exchanges could intimate the fact of discharge from jobs, within 90 days from the date of discharge, to the Employment Exchanges, and re-register. Any delay in this regard could be condoned up to a period of 18 months.

Provision is also available for persons already in employment, for registering their higher qualifications to seek better, suitable opportunities by producing a “No Objection Certificate” from the present employer.

Special Cells are functioning in Employment Exchanges in Kancheepuram, Vellore, Trichy, Cuddalore, Thanjavur, Coimbatore, Erode, Uthagamandalam, Salem, Madurai, Tirunelveli, Tuticorin and Nagercoil for registering and offering placement services to Physically Handicapped candidates.

Renewal of Registration

Candidates should renew their registrations with the Employment Exchanges once in three years. Candidates who fail to renew registrations in due time could apply for renewal up to 18 months from the month during which the renewal falls due. This concession can be availed only once.

The registrants of the Professional and Executive Employment Office, Chennai, can renew their registrations online through the web at
http://tnvelaivaaippu.gov.in/EmploymentExchange/regLoginForm.jsp?CANDIDATE=CANDIDATE&(External website that opens in a new window).

Transfer of Registrations

Candidates can register with the Employment Exchanges functioning in their respective districts. Candidates who seek transfer of registrations to another district should produce residence certificate issued at the level of the Tahsildar pertaining to the new residential status. There should be at least a gap of one year between successive transfers of registrations. This condition will not apply to the wards of Government Servants who are under orders of transfer.

The Registration Form is available at:

Register with State Employment Exchange: Tripura

In Tripura, candidates with qualifications up to the Graduate and Post-Graduate level in professional and executive line may register their names with the Employment Exchanges and receive Employment Exchange Card. There are no separate Professional and Executive Employment Exchanges.

Procedure

Candidates with qualifications of Professional and Executive standards can furnish the details of their educational qualifications with the respective Employment Exchanges in the districts.

Candidates in possession of experience can register their experience with the Employment Exchange immediately after getting Experience Certificate from the employer.

Person appointed through the Employment Exchange, can intimate the fact of discharge from job within 90 days from the date of discharge to the Employment Exchange, and be eligible for Re-Registering his name in the Employment Exchange.

Provision is also available for persons already in employment for registering their higher qualifications to seek suitable and better opportunities by producing a “No Objection Certificate” from the present employer.

There is a separate Employment Exchange in Agartala, offering placement services to the Physically Handicapped people. Employment Exchanges in the District and Employment Exchange Bureaus in all the Sub-Divisions are operating in the state for this purpose too.

Candidates should renew their registrations with the Employment Exchanges once in three years. Candidates who fail to renew registrations in due time can apply for renewal up to 18 months from the month during which the renewal falls due. This concession can be availed only once. Online Registration facilities are not offered as of date.

Transfers of Registration: Candidates are at liberty to transfer his/her Employment Exchange Card with the Employment Exchanges functioning in their Permanent Address, and must produce Residential Certificate issued by the competent authority. Any government employee, under order of transfer can also apply for transfer of Employment Exchange card at his/her new place of posting.

Concerned Departments

Necessary Documents

  • Proof showing the age/citizenship
  • If shifted to other places, necessary proof of his earlier entry in the voter’s list

Fees

No fee is charged for the service.

Other information

For further information, you may kindly visit Employment Services and Manpower Planning, Government of Tripura(External website that opens in a new window).

Register with State Employment Exchange: Uttarakhand

Eligibility

Any unemployed youth aged between 18 and 35 years

Concerned Authority

The Employment Office/Exchange

Procedure

Filling up of Form XI for getting the registration done

Necessary documents/papers

Education Certificate / Mark sheet, Domicile Certificate, Caste Certificate, Experience Certificate

Fee

NIL

Form

Form XI needs to be filled. Online submission of forms is not presently available.

 

 

How Do I Register Vehicle

June 29, 2011

Register Vehicle

What is Vehicle Registration and Why is it Needed?

Vehicle Registration involves the recording of a motor vehicle in the official records after due verification. Vehicle Registration is mandatory under the law and is essential to prove the ownership of a vehicle. It is also required during the sale of a vehicle and transfer of its ownership.

The Legal Framework

The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988(External website that opens in a new window) is the principal instrument for regulation of motor vehicular traffic throughout the country, which falls under the Concurrent List of Schedule VII of the Constitution of India. The implementation of various provisions of this Act rests with the State Governments.

Registration of Motor Vehicles lies under the purview of this Act. The Act provides that no person should drive a vehicle, and that no owner of a motor vehicle shall cause or permit a vehicle to be driven, in any public place, unless the vehicle is registered and the certificate of registration of the vehicle has not been suspended or cancelled, and the vehicle carries a Registration Mark displayed in the required manner.

What You Need to Do to Register Your Vehicle

To register a new, private, non-commercial vehicle, you need to apply in the prescribed form (either available online or with the concerned local authorities) to the RTO (Regional Transport Officer)/Transport Department of the area of your residence. You will be required to produce the sale certificate issued by the vehicle dealer, the road-worthiness certificate issued by the manufacturer, an attested copy of a valid vehicle insurance policy, documents as proof of address, a print of the chassis number and such other papers as may be needed. In addition, you will be asked to submit one-time road tax and the required registration fee. The vehicle will be physically inspected by the Inspecting Authority and a unique Registration Mark assigned to the vehicle for display thereon.

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Register Vehicle: Andhra Pradesh

Every owner of a motor vehicle shall cause the vehicle to be registered by a Registrating Authority in whose jurisdiction he has his residence or the place of business where the vehicle is normally kept.

Procedure

  • Temporary Registration
  • Permanent Registration
  • Renewal Of Certificate Of Registration
  • Issue Of Duplicate Certificate Of Registration
  • Transfer Of Ownership
  • Issue Of No Objection Certificate
  • Change In Residence
  • Endorsement Of Hire-Purchase Agreement
  • Termination Of Hire-Purchase Agreement
  • Reservation Of Numbers
  • State Codes
  • Categorisation Of Vehicles
  • Form And Manner Of Display Of Registration Marks On The Motor Vehicles

For more information, visithttp://www.aptransport.org (External website that opens in a new window).

Register Vehicle: Arunachal Pradesh

Concerned Authority

District Transport Offices (DTOs) located at each District HQ.

Procedure

  • The applicant needs to apply through Form – 20 along with the necessary documents, in the office of the DTO.
  • After necessary verification, the applicant is given a token receipt for a month.
  • After a month, the Vehicle Registration Certificate is issued to the applicant.

Necessary documents/papers

  • Filled up Form – 20.
  • Sales certificate Form ? 21.
  • Road-worthiness certificate Form ? 22.
  • Insurance certificate (Xerox copy).
  • Permanent and present address, with proof like:- Election card/ Ration card/I. card issued from deptt./ Telephone bill/ Electricity bill etc.
  • Treasury Challan as proof of Road Tax payment.

Fee

The fee charged differs according to the type of vehicle and the details may be obtained from the concerned DTO.

Register Vehicle: Chandigarh

The application forms to register a motor vehicle are available at
http://chdtransport.gov.in/ServicesRLA.asp(External website that opens in a new window).

Register Vehicle: Delhi

A vehicle can be driven or allowed to be driven in public place only after registration by registering authority as under the provision of section 39 of motor vehicle Act 1988.

Concerned Authority

You have to approach your local zonal office of the Transport Department for registration of private/non-commercial vehicles. There are few dealers who have also been given the registration powers,delivers the vehicles after registration only. To locate your concerned zonal office press zonal offices. For registration of commercial vehicles you have to approach to office of M.L.O.(Head Qtr.),Transport Department,Under Hill Road,Delhi-110054. For registration of TaxiTSR you have to approach MLO (AR) inspection unit Burari.

Procedure for registration of new private/non commercial vehicle?

The registration procedure includes the vehicle to be inspected physically by Inspecting Authority at zonal office for its particulars and followed by registration.The documents required to apply the registration are as follows :-

  • Form 20 duly filled up.
  • Form 21 (Sale certificate) issued by the vehicle dealer.
  • Form 22 (Road worthiness certificate) issued by the manufacturer.
  • Attested copy of valid vehicle insurance policy/covernote.
  • Attested copy of address proof at which vehicle is to be registered.
  • Form 34 duly signed by owner and the Attested copy of the G.I.R. no./Pan no. financier in case vehicle is bought on Hypothecation
  • One time road tax as applicable.
  • Prescribed fee for registration.

After allocation of registration numbers, fee slip is given to the applicant on the same day and above documents are kept by the zonal office. The registration fee slip can be retained as registration proof till registration certificate is not delivered.

The registration certificate Form ? 23 can be collected on any subsequent working day after depositing the registration fee slip.

Procedure for Dealers to register the vehicles

Under the provisions of Motor Vehicle Act,Transport Department has authorised few dealers to register the vehicles at their end for the benefit of public and to avoid the hassles in registration procedure.

The dealer cannot deliver unregistered vehicles to the customers. The dealer gets the vehicle registered in the name of customer first then will hand over the vehicle to the customer.A trade certificate is issued to the dealers to drive the vehicles to the zonal office for registration purposes. Un-registered vehicle if found plying on the Roads shall be liable to be prosecuted under MV Act.

Transfer of ownership of a vehicle

The transfer of ownership of a vehicle is to be applied in the concerned zonal office where vehicle is already registered and following are the documents to be submitted :-

  • Registration certificate in original.
  • Form no.29 duly filled in duplicate (attested one copy).
  • Form no.30 duly filled in duplicate.
  • Attested copy of valid insurance, in favour of buyer.
  • Attested copy of address proof of buyer.
  • Attested copy of valid pollution-under-control certificate.
  • Prescribed fee.
  • For commercial vehicles in addition to above
  • Permit surrender slip for S.T.A.
  • Challan clearance from Traffic Police & Enforcement branch of the Transport Deptt. are required.
  • Tax clearance report from Accounts.

Transfer of ownership in case of death of the registered owner.

In such case the application is to be made to the original registered authority by the first legal heirs/the person succeeding to the possession of the vehicle with following documents.

  • Registration certificate in original.
  • Form 31 in duplicate with endorsement of the financier if the vehicle is held of hire purchase.
  • Original copy of death certificate of the registered owner.
  • Affidavit by the applicant to this effect and from the other legal heirs relinquishing their right in favour of the applicant.
  • Attested copies of valid insurance in favour of applicant.
  • Attested copy of address proof of applicant.
  • Permit surrender slip from STA in commercial vehicle.
  • Challan clearence from Traffic and enforcement branch.
  • Tax clearence report from Accounts branch in case of commercial vehicles.
  • Court Order in case the heir is decided by Court.

Endorsement of the hypothecation and its deletion

If a vehicle is purchased on loan from a financier the same could be endorsed in the registration certificate when the loan is repaid and following are the documents required :

Procedure for registration of new commercial vehicle

All commercial / transport vehicles are registered with the M.L.O at the Head Quarter of the transport department, where the application is to be made with the following requirement.

Procedure of re-registration of motor vehicles brought to Delhi from other states

If a registered owner of a vehicle brings the vehicle to Delhi, which is already registered in some other state after obtaining a N.O.C from the concerned state can apply for re-registration in Delhi, The documents required are as under:

Note : Such registration of vehicle are subject to clearance from National Crime Record Bureau. The Transport Department arranges the clearance certificate themselves.

For more information regarding the issue of No Objection Certificate, re-registration of private vehicles, duplicate registration certificate, temporary registration, etc., visit http://transport.delhigovt.nic.in

Register Vehicle: Goa

For registration of a new vehicle, the owner is required to produce the below mentioned documents to the Registering Authority.

  • Form No. 20 (Rs. 10/-)
    Form No. 21
    Form No. 22 (from the dealer of the vehicle)
  • Insurance of the vehicle
  • Proof of residence
  • Tax Form (Rs. 5/-)
  • Invoice from the dealer

Register Vehicle: Haryana

Procedure

Apply on the prescribed form. Attach proof of purchase, insurance, Pollution Control Certificate, details of the vehicle, impression of the engine & Chessis no., etc. This is followed by inspection by the MVI. Deposit the requisite fee and road tax. Deposit the required documents. After a specified time, the registration certificate is issued.

Necessary Documents

  • Proof of purchase of vehicle
  • Proof of Insurance
  • Pollution Control certificate
  • Vehicle details
  • Impression of engine
  • Chessis number

Register Vehicle: Himachal Pradesh

Registration of vehicles is necessary since vehicles are allowed to be driven in a public place only after registration by the registering authority, as under the provisions of Section 39 of the Motor Vehicle Act 1988.

  • The registration of a new vehicle, on Form 20, becomes due within 7 days of delivery of the vehicle.
  • Temporary registration is valid for a period of One Month Only.
  • In case the motor vehicle is a Chassis to which the body has not been attached, further extension beyond the period of one month may be granted by the Registering Authority.

Concerned Authority

You have to approach your local Registering & Licensing Authority (RLA), who is the SDO(Civil)/ SDM in Himachal Pradesh, for Private and Commercial (Transport) vehicles. The Regional Transport Officers in Himachal Pradesh also register commercial vehicles including taxis. The SDMs do not register taxis and auto-rickshaws. Those are registered only by the concerned RTO of the area.

Procedure for registration of a new private/non-commercial vehicle

The registration procedure includes a physical inspection of the vehicle for its particulars, by the Inspecting Authority, and is followed by the registration of the vehicle. The documents required to apply for registration are as follows:

  • Application Form No. 20
  • Sales Certificate in original (Form No 21) supplied by the dealer/seller at the time of delivery of the vehicle
  • Original Bill/Invoice
  • Road-worthiness certificate in Form No. 22 supplied by the manufacturer and also given by the dealer at the time of delivery of the vehicle
  • Valid Insurance Certificate/Covernote (attested copy)
  • Form 34 duly signed by the owner and the financer, in case the vehicle is bought on hypothecation
  • Proof of residence at which the vehicle is to be registered
  • Customs Clearance Certificate in case the vehicle is imported
  • Pencil Print of the Chassis Number
  • Fitness Certificate in case of Transport Vehicles
  • Form No 22-A in case of Transport Vehicles
  • Prescribed fee for registration
  • Prescribed fee for choice number (if required)
  • One-time Road Tax as applicable

After collection of the fee the documents file will be kept by the RLA and the slip given to the applicant on the same day. The registration fee slip can be retained as registration proof till the registration certificate is delivered. The registration certificate Form-23 can be collected on any subsequent working day after depositing the registration fee slip. The vehicle numbers are allotted to the vehicles after the approval of the cases by the RLA.

Procedure for Re-Registration of Vehicles

  • Application in Form No 20
  • No Objection Certificate from the original registering authority in Form No 28
  • Fee Receipt
  • Clearance from the Financer in case of HPA
  • Proof of Residence
  • Valid Insurance Certificate (attested copy)
  • Report from NCRB New st1:City>Delhi
  • Appropriate fee for Re-Registration and Token Tax

All vehicles must be produced at the time of Re-Registration. All the private vehicles are required to be re-registered after 15 years. The vehicle will be re-registered for another five years and the tax on personal motor vehicles/ scooters/motor cycles used or kept for use in Himachal Pradesh for every further period of five years from the date of renewal of the certificate of registration, under Sub-Section (10) of Section 41 of the Motor Vehicle Act, 1988, is charged at the rate of thirty percent (30%) of the tax already paid at the time of the first registration of such personal motor vehicles/ scooters/ motor cycles.

Requirements for Transfer of Ownership

  • Application Form 29, 30
  • Affidavit from the seller and the purchaser regarding transfer of ownership
  • Proof of residence
  • Certificate of Registration
  • No Objection Certificate from the concerned RTO/ AETC in case of Transport Vehicles
  • Valid Insurance Certificate
  • No Objection Certificate from the concerned SP
  • Appropriate fee

The seller’s Insurance Policy will be deemed to be transferred in the name of the transferee but he must get the document transferred in his name within 14 days.

Issue of Duplicate Registration Certificate

Application to the concerned Authority in Form no. 18.

  • In case of loss/destruction of the RC, a copy of the report lodged with the Police Station in whose jurisdiction such a loss/destruction has occurred
  • Challan receipt

Cancellation of Hypothecation

  • Application on Form-35 from the Financier
  • Fee towards the cancellation of the hypothecation agreement

Alterations in Motor Vehicles

  • No motor vehicle can be altered without the prior permission of the Registering Authority.
  • Any modification in the engine using fuel will be treated as an alteration.
  • Appropriate fee as per table given below.

Conversion of Vehicle (Taxi to Private Vehicles)

  • NOC from the RTO concerned for clearance of all dues/taxes
  • Form No. 20 to be filled
  • Fitness Certificate from the MVI
  • Registration fee and Token Tax as applicable

Issuing of NOC by the Registering Authority

  • The NOC will be issued in Form No. 28, duly signed & submitted by the owner of the vehicle, along with the original certificate.
  • NOC from the concerned SP.

In case of Transport Vehicles, Clearance Certificate from RLA/RTO/AETC

Fee Structure as per CMVR

Registration /Re-Registration Fee

 

Register Vehicle: Jharkhand

Eligibility

All Indian citizens who purchase a vehicle are eligible.

Concerned Authority

The District Transport Officer is the concerned authority for providing the service.

Procedure

The owner first applies for the registration of his/her vehicle in Form – 20 along with the following documents.

  1. Form – 21 (Sale Certificate) issued by the Vehicle Dealer.
  2. Form – 22 (Road Worthiness Certificate) issued by the Manufacturer.
  3. Attested copy of a valid vehicle Insurance Policy/coverage.
  4. Attested copy of address proof at which vehicle is to be registered.
  5. PAN number or Form – 60 in two copies (except for 2 wheelers).
  6. Forms – 34 duly signed in case the vehicle is bought of hypothecation.
  7. Road Tax receipt as applicable.

Fee

Registration fee, Fitness fee, Choice Number fee (if registration number of one’s choice is opted for), Hire-purchase fee (if the vehicle is held under hire-purchase) are charged during registration.

Registration fee: Varies from Rs.20/- to Rs.600/- depending on the make, model, size of the vehicle and vehicle usage.

Fitness Fee: Varies from Rs.100/- to Rs.400/- depending on the make, model, size of the vehicle and vehicle usage.

Choice Number Fee: Rs.5000/-

Hire-purchase Fee: Rs.100/-

Forms

Form – 20 (Application form)

Form – 60 (Form of Declaration to be filled by a person who does not have either a permanent account number or a General Index Register Number)

Register Vehicle: Karnataka

Under the provision of Section 39 of the Motor Vehicle Act 1988, registration of a vehicle is mandatory, as vehicles are allowed to be driven in public places only after registration by the concerned registering authority,

Procedure for registration of new private/non-commercial vehicle

After purchasing the vehicle from a dealer, the applicant shall produce the following application/ documents/ fees and tax challan:

  1. Application form CMV20 (in duplicate if the vehicle is covered with HPA/ Lease/ Hire purchase) (signature of the financier required in case of HPA/Hypothecation/Lease).
  2. Sale Certificate in form CMV21.
  3. Valid Insurance certificate.
  4. Proof of Address (Any one of the following )

i.        Ration Card

ii.        Passport

iii.        LIC Policy

iv.        Electricity or Telephone bill

v.        Pay slip issued by any office of the Central Government or a State

vi.        Government or a Local body.

vii.        House tax receipt.

  1. Temporary Registration issued by the Registering Authority or Trade Certificate issued by the Dealer.
  2. Road-worthiness Certificate in form CMV22.
  3. Form CMV22A in case of Body built vehicle (EX. Goods vehicle, bus etc.).
  4. Prescribed fee amount to be paid at R.T.O Counter/Treasury.
  5. Tax payable after assessment (depending upon the category of the vehicle).

10.  Registration Fee, Fitness Certificate, issue and permit fee in case of transport vehicle, hypothecation entry fee to be paid after assessment.

11.  Income Tax PAN Number (PAN Card Xerox copy) or Form 60 or Form no. 61 (in case of Agriculturists).

12.  Bonafide agriculture certificate issued by the Tahsildar in case of registration of Tractor-Trailer unit used for agriculture. In case of new trailer, design approval proceedings issued by the Commissioner of Transport to be produced.

13.  Permit proceedings, if any, in case of transport vehicles.

14.  Advance Registration allotment letter, if any, to be enclosed with fees-paid proof.

All the related applications shall be filed before the Registering Authority and the vehicle shall be produced for inspection in the premises of the R.T.O.

After inspection of the new vehicle, the application, along with documents, shall be submitted in the new registration branch for allotment of a new registration mark.

For further information, visit : http://rto.kar.nic.in

Register Vehicle: Kerala

The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 prohibits driving of a motor vehicle in any public place or in any other place without registering it. It is essential that the particulars of every vehicle and its owner should be available with the concerned department or office of Government and the vehicle also should be distinguishable from other vehicles by sight with the help of the Registration Mark displayed on the vehicle.

The registration mark should be displayed in specified places and in specified manner.

Application for registration of a new vehicle has to  be submitted before the Registering Authority in jurisdiction, in which the applicant is residing or having his business and the place where the vehicle is normally kept.

The application for registration shall be made in Form 20(External website that opens in a new window) within a period of 7 days from the date of delivery of such vehicle excluding the period of journey.

After inspecting the vehicle, the applicant shall  be given an acknowledgment receipt. The allotted vehicle number will be displayed on that day itself in the notice board and the department website at: www.keralamvd.gov.in(External website that opens in a new window).

The Registration Certificate shall be delivered within 3 days by Speed Post to the registered address

Contact Address

Regional Transport Offices and Sub Regional Transport Offices

Office Timings

Fees & Tax Deposition Time: 10.30 am to 1.00 pm.

Inspection of vehicle: 10.30 am to 1.30 pm

Fees

Fees Class of Vehicle As specified in Rule 81 of Central Motor Vehicles Rules Service Charge (As per G.O. (Rt) No. 129/05/Tran dtd 31.03.05 &
G.O. (MS) No. 39/2007/Trans dtd 05.10.2007)
Total Fees
a) Invalid Carriage 20.00 20.00
b) Motor Cycle 60.00 50.00 110.00
c) Light Motor Vehicle
i) Non-Transport 200.00 150.00 350.00
ii) Light Commercial Vehicle 300.00 150.00 450.00
d) Medium Goods Vehicle 400.00 200.00 600.00
e) Medium Passenger Vehicle 400.00 200.00 600.00
f) Heavy Goods Vehicle 600.00 300.00 900.00
g) Heavy Passenger Vehicle 600.00 300.00 900.00
h) Imported Vehicle 800.00 150.00 950.00
i) Imported Motor Cycle 200.00 50.00 250.00
j) Any Other Vehicle - - -
i) Light Motor Vehicle 300.00 150.00 450.00
ii) Medium Motor Vehicle 300.00 200.00 500.00
iii) Heavy Motor Vehicle 300.00 300.00 600.00

Forms

Documents to be submitted

  • Valid Insurance Certificate
  • Proof of address
  • Design approval copy of State Transport Authority (STA) in the case of a Trailer or Semi Trailer
  • Pencil print of chassis number
  • Temporary Registration, if any
  • Customs clearance certificate or Bill of Lading in the case of Imported Vehicles.
  • Self addressed stamped cover

Register Vehicle: Lakshadweep

Anyone above 18 years of age can register his/ her vehicle.

Fee

Vehicle owners have to remit challans for Rs.60 for two wheelers, Rs.300 for LMVs, and Rs.400 for heavy motor vehicles.

Necessary documents/papers

Form – 20, along with challan, Sales certificate, pollution certificate, insurance certificate, and proof of address, has to be submitted to the RTO/SDO/ASDO office in the respective islands for registering the vehicle.

Procedure

Vehicle owners can submit the form during office hours. After submitting the form, the owner has to bring the vehicle for inspection to the RTO office in Kavaratti island, and to the SDO/ASDO office in the other islands. They will inspect the vehicle and allot a number with the RC book.

Concerned Authority

The Regional Transport Officer is the issuing authority.

Register Vehicle: Maharashtra

Vehicle registration is done at the R.T.O office located in each district. The vehicle is to be taken for registration to the RTO office, along with proof of residence and documents of the purchased vehicle.

Register Vehicle: Manipur

Vehicle owners have to fill up the registration form and submit it to the concerned DTO along with 2 passport-size photographs, Purchase Certificate, Pollution Control Certificate, Proof of Certificate and the necessary fees depending on the type of the vehicle.

Register Vehicle: Meghalaya

No motor vehicle shall be driven or be permitted to be driven in a public place unless it is registered.

Procedure

An application for registration has to be made in Form 20 (16 KB)(PDF file that opens in a new window) , enclosing the following documents :-

i.        Form 21, Form 22.
Form 34 (8 KB)(PDF file that opens in a new window) if the vehicle is under hypothecation.

ii.        Address proof.

iii.        Sale Letter.

iv.        Insurance Certificate.

v.        Vehicle for registration is needed to be produced before the registering authority for inspection.

The registering authority shall register the vehicle on realisation of motor vehicle tax and the prescribed fee for registration.

The registering authority shall assign to the vehicle, for display thereon, a distinguishing mark (Registration Mark).

For renewal of the Registration Certificate, an application has to be made in Form 25 along with the Registration Certificate and Insurance Certificate.

For further information, visit : http://megtransport.nic.in/

Register Vehicle: Mizoram

A vehicle can be driven in a public place only after registration is done by the registering authority, under the provisions of Section 39 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988.

Procedure

The procedure for registration includes physical inspection of the vehicle for its particulars, by the Inspecting authority, at the D.T.O. Office, and is followed by registration.

Documents

  • Form 20 duly filled up
  • Form 21 (Sale Certificate) issued by the Vehicle Dealer
  • Form 22 (Road Worthiness Certificate) issued by the Manufacturer
  • Attested copy of a valid vehicle Insurance Policy/coverage
  • Attested copy of address proof at which vehicle is to be registered
  • Form 60/Form 61 of or the owner
  • Forms 34 duly signed in case the vehicle in bought of hypothecation
  • Road Tax as applicable
  • Prescribed Fees for registration

For further information, visithttp://transmizo.nic.in/vehicle.htm(External website that opens in a new window).

Register Vehicle: Punjab

Every owner of a motor vehicle shall cause the vehicle to be registered by a Registering Authority in whose jurisdiction he has his residence or place of business, where the vehicle is normally kept.

Types of Registration Services

  1. Temporary Registration
  2. Permanent Registration
  3. Renewal of certificate of registration
  4. Issue of duplicate certificate of registration
  5. Transfer of ownership
  6. Issue of no objection certificate
  7. Change in residence
  8. Endorsement of hire-purchase agreement
  9. Termination of higher purchase agreement

10.  State Codes

11.  Categorization of vehicles

12.  Form and manner of display of registration marks on the motor vehicle

Note: Various relevant forms required for these services are available at

http://punjabtransport.nic.in/forms/index.html(External website that opens in a new window)

Temporary Registration

An application for Temporary Registration, under the Act, shall be made on a plain paper, marked “Temporary”, to the Registering Authority or to the dealer dealing in the sale of New Motor Vehicles, appointed by the Government as a Registering Authority.

Extension of Temporary Registration

An application for the extension of the period of Temporary Registration shall be made to the Registering Authority, specifying the period upto which extension is necessary and shall be accompanied by the Temporary Registration Form C.R.Tem.

  1. Copy of Sales Certificate in Form 21
  2. Copy of road-worthiness certificate in Form 22 from the manufacturers (Form 22A from the Body builder)
  3. Copy of Valid Insurance Certificate
  4. Pollution-under-Control Certificate
  5. Copy of Proof of Address (Ration Card, Electricity Bill, etc.)
  6. Copy of Design approval of the STA in case of a Trailer or Semi Trailer
  7. Copy of the Original Sales Certificate from the concerned authorities in Form 21 in the case of Ex-Army Vehicles
  8. Copy of Customs Clearance Certificates in the case of Imported Vehicles
  9. Unless exempted, the fee payable for the Temporary Registration or for its extension shall be Rs.50/- as per Rule 42(10) of the Punjab Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989

10.  Tax as specified in the Schedule of the Punjab Motor Vehicles Taxation Act

Permanent Registration

An application for registration of a Motor Vehicle shall be made in Form 20 to the Registering Authority within a period of 30 days from the date of delivery of such a vehicle excluding the period of journey and accompanied by the following documents:

  • Sales Certificate in Form 21
  • Road-worthiness certificate in Form 22 from the manufacturers (Form 22A from the body builder)
  • Valid Insurance Certificate
  • Proof of Address (Ration Car, Electricity Bill, etc.)
  • Design approval copy of the STA in case of a Trailer or Semi Trailer
  • Original Sales Certificate from the concerned authorities in Form 21 in the case of Ex-Army vehicles
  • Pollution-under-Control Certificate
  • Customs Clearance Certificates in case of Imported Vehicles
  • Appropriate fee as specified in Rule 81 of the CMV Rules, 1989
  • Tax as per the Punjab Motor Vehicles Taxation Act/Rules

Assignment of Registration mark

On receipt of an application, the Registering Authority, while assigning registration mark as laid down in Rule 80, shall assign the registration number which falls in serial order after the last registration mark assigned.

Assignment of a registration mark of one’s choice: The Registering Authority shall assign a registration mark of his choice to the owner of a motor vehicle, from amongst the registration marks reserved for choice in each series on payment of such additional fee as may be fixed by the Government from time to time provided that:

  1. If the owner of a motor vehicle holding any of the numbers specified in the Sixth Schedule, from any previous series, wants to retain that number for his new motor vehicle. He shall be charged half of the fee fixed for that number.
  2. The Registering Authority may assign unutilized specified registration marks to motor vehicles owned by the State Government without charging any additional fee.

State Codes

Punjab = PB, followed by the code number of the Registering Authority to be allotted by the State Government, not exceeding four figures, to be used as the registration mark.

Where the four figures referred to in paragraph 1 reaches 9999, the next series shall begin, with alphabet ‘A’ followed by not more than four figures and thereafter with alphabet ‘B’ followed by not more than four figures and so on, until all the alphabets excluding ‘I’ and ‘O’ are exhausted.

Provided that the letters shall be in English and the figures shall be in Arabic numeral and the letters and figures shall be painted in reflecting colours and shall be shown:

  1. In the case of transport vehicles other than those under the Rent-a-Cab Scheme, 1989, in black on a white background.
  2. In the case of motor vehicles temporarily registered, in red on a yellow background.
  3. In the case of motor vehicles in the possession of dealers, in white on a red background.
  4. In other cases, in white on a black background.
  5. In the case of transport vehicles under the Rent Scheme, 1989, in yellow on a black background.

Renewal of Certificate

An application for the renewal of the Certificate of Registration shall be made in Form 25, not more than 60 days before the date of its expiry, by paying the appropriate fee as specified in Rule 81 of the Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989, to the Registering Authority in whose Jurisdiction the vehicle is.

Documents:

  • Vehicle. R.C.
  • Pollution_under_Control Certificate
  • F.C.

Duplicate Certificate of Registration

An application for the issue of a duplicate Certificate of Registration shall be made in Form 26. If covered by Finance/ Hire Purchase/ Lease, with the signatures of the Financier must be obtained on Form 26 in duplicate, duly paying the appropriate fee as specified in Rule 81 of the Central Motor Vehicle Rules 1989, and the form submitted to the Registering Authority in whose jurisdiction the vehicle is.

Documents:

  • Police Certificate (FIR) in case of loss of R.C.
  • Pollution-under-Control Certificate
  • Original copy of R.C. (if damaged)

Transfer of Ownership

An application for the issue of a Transfer of Ownership shall be made in Form 29 (in Duplicate) and Form 30, in Duplicate if covered by Finance/ Hire Purchase/ Lease, with the signatures of the financer, duly paying the appropriate fee as specified in Rule 81 of the Central Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989, to the Registering Authority in whose jurisdiction the transferor and transferee reside or have their place of business.

Documents:

  • Certificate of Registration
  • Certificate of Insurance
  • No Objection Certificate (in case vehicles of another State)
  • No Objection Certificate from Financier (if the vehicle is covered by finance)
  • Pollution-under_Control Certificate
  • Proof of residence
  • Affidavit for the sale/ purchase of vehicles, from the seller/ purchaser

Issue of No Objection Certificate

An application for the issue of a No Objection Certificate shall be made in Form 28(in triplicate) to the Registering Authority by which the vehicle was previously Registered/ transferred.

Documents:

  • Certificate of Registration
  • Certificate of Insurance
  • Evidence of Payment of Motor Vehicle Tax up to date
  • Pollution-under-Control Certificate

Change of Residence

An application for recording of change in residence in the Certificate of Registration of a Motor Vehicle shall be made by the owner of the vehicle in Form 33, duly paying the appropriate fee of Rs.20/-.

Documents:

  • Certificate of Registration
  • Proof of Address

Assignment of new registration mark on removal of vehicle to another state

Section 47 of the M.V. Act, 1988 provides for the assignment of a new registration mark on the transfer of a vehicle to another state.

The application for assignment of a new registration mark to a motor vehicle shall be made in Form 27 of the CMV rules, along with the N.O.C. specified under Section 48 of the M.V. Act, 1988, issued in Form 28 of the CMV rules, 1989.

A period of 12 months is provided for the re-assignment of a registration mark to a vehicle, under Section 47 of the M.V. Act.

Documents:

  • Registration Certificate
  • Proof of Residence
  • No Objection Certificate
  • Insurance Certificate
  • Pollution-under-Control Certificate
  • Tax Payment

Hire-Purchase, Lease or Hypothecation agreement

An application for making an entry or Hire-Purchase, Lease or Hypothecation agreement in the Certificate of Registration of a Motor Vehicle shall be made in Form 34, duly signed by the registered owner of the vehicle and the financier, duly paying the appropriate fee of Rs.100/-.

Requirements:

  • Certificate of Registration

Termination of Hire Purchase Agreement

An application for making an entry of Termination of Hire Purchase, Lease or Hypothecation agreement in the Certificate of Registration of a Motor vehicle shall be made in Form 35., duly signed by the registered owner of the vehicle and the financier, duly paying the appropriate fee of Rs.100/- only.

General Instructions

  • The registration mark referred to in Sub-Section (6) of Section 41 shall be displayed both at the front and at the rear on all motor vehicles, clearly and legibly, on the plain surface of a plate or on a part of the vehicle not inclined to be vertical by more than thirty degrees, at the front facing direct to the front, and at the rear facing direct to the rear.
  • In the case of motor cycles, the registration mark in the front shall be displayed parallel to the handle bar or any part of the vehicle including the mudguard facing the front instead of on a plate with the axis of the vehicle.

Provided that:

    • The registration mark exhibited at the rear of a transport vehicle shall be affixed on the vehicle on the right hand side at a distance not exceeding one meter from the ground as may be reasonably possible, with regard to the type of the body of the vehicle.
    • The registration mark shall also be painted on the right and left side on the body of the vehicle in the case of a transport vehicle.
    • The registration mark shall also be painted and exhibited on the partition provided between the driver and the passengers, facing the passengers’ seats, or, where there is no such partition, on the front interior of the vehicle, near the roof, to the left side of the driver’s seat facing the passengers? seats in the case of a stage carriage, and in the case of a motor cab or a taxi cab it shall be sufficient if the registration mark is painted out on the dash-board.
    • The registration mark shall be exhibited on a plain plate or surface on the left hand side and the rear in the case of a trailer or the last trailer, apart from the registration mark of the drawing motor vehicle to which such a trailer or trailers is/are attached.
  • The registration mark shall be exhibited in two lines, the State Code and the registering authority code forming the first line and the rest forming the second line, one below the other; provided that:
    • The registration mark in the front may be exhibited in one line.
    • In the models of vehicles having no sufficient provision at the rear to exhibit the registration mark in two lines, it shall be sufficient, if, in such vehicles, the registration mark is exhibited in a single line.
    • The registration mark on a light motor vehicle may be in the center, with illumination.
  • Every motor vehicle, except motor cabs and motor cars, manufactured on and from the date of commencement of the Central Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Rules, 1993, shall be provided with sufficient space in the rear for display of the registration mark in two lines.
  • In case of agricultural tractors, the registration mark need not to be inclined to the vertical by not more than 30 degrees.
  • The registration mark of the drawing agricultural tractors may not be exhibited on the agricultural trailer or trailers.

Line of letters and numerals of the registration mark

The dimension of letters and figures of the registration mark and the space between different letters and numerals and letters and edge of the plain surface shall be as follows.

Provided that when the registration mark is exhibited in one horizontal line, there shall be a hyphen between the letters (including the code number of the Registering Authority) and the numerals. The length and thickness of the hypen shall be not less than three-fourth and one-fourth of a centimeter respectively.

Fees for Issue or Renewal of Certificate of Registration

S.No. Type of Vehicle Amount
1. Invalid carriage Rs.20/-
Motor Cycle Rs.60/-
Light Motor Vehicle
i) Non-Transport Rs.200/-
ii) Light commercial Vehicle Rs.300/-
MGV/MPV Rs.400/-
HPV/HGV Rs.600/-
Imported Motor Vehicle Rs.800/-
Imported Motor Cycle Rs.200/-
Any other Vehicle not mentioned above Rs.300/-
2. Issue of duplicate certificate of registration Half of the fee mentioned against Serial No. 1
3. Transfer of ownership Half of the fee mentioned against Serial No. 1
4. Change of Residence

 

Register Vehicle: Rajasthan

Issuance of Vehicle Registration is a service that is extended by the Transport Department through their District Transport Offices. The designated registration authority, after verification of eligibility, issues the registration certificates.

The details can be accessed from http://transport.rajasthan.gov.in/registration.htm.

Register Vehicle: Sikkim

Meet the Motor Vehicle Inspector who will give you the required forms on payment of Rs. 40. He will also ask you to produce a Bank Receipt of a certain amount, according to the category (private, taxi, goods carrier, etc). A certificate from the Commercial Tax office stating that the sales tax for the new vehicle has been paid, should also be obtained.

Two copies of pencil imprints of the Chassis number are also required. With these documents, the applicant will meet the concerned MVI, who will allocate a registration number. He will give a receipt with the engine number, chassis number and registration number and a validity date within which your registration will be finalised. After this receipt is received, one can display the given registration number on the vehicle. Before the expiry date, the department will give a duly filled form with all the vehicle details and details of the owner. This form should be produced in the computer section of the RTO?s office. Once the details of the form are entered into the computer, the smartcard is printed and given. One has to pay for the smartcard separately according to the category of vehicle registration.

Register Vehicle: Tamil Nadu

Eligibility

  • On behalf of the owner of the vehicle, the dealer should apply.
  • If already registered temporarily, the owner is eligible.

Forms Prescribed

  • Form 20 in duplicate if it is with HP
  • Form 21
  • Form 19
  • Form 22
  • PAN or GIR or Form-60/61 of I.T.Dept

Related Forms can be downloaded from http://www.tn.gov.in/sta/ApplicationForms.html(External website that opens in a new window)

Documents to be enclosed

  1. Address Proof
  2. Insurance
  3. Passport-sized photo
  4. Life Time Tax for Non-transport Vehicles
  5. ULW weight certificate for Transport Vehicles
  6. Permit Sanctioned proceedings for Transport Vehicles
  7. Temporary Regn. Certificate for temporarily registered vehicles

Fees to be paid

  1. M/Cy: Rs.60
  2. LMV: Rs.200
  3. MMV: Rs.400
  4. HMV: Rs.300
  5. Imported vehicle: Rs.800
  6. Compounding fee for belated application:

i.        upto 30 days Rs.40

ii.        upto 60 days Rs.75

iii.        above 60 days Rs.150

  1. After expiry of Temp. Regn. Rs.40 for every thirty days

For other details, refer the Citizen Charter document at http://www.tn.gov.in/sta/eng cc/REG.html(External website that opens in a new window).

Register Vehicle: Tripura

Registration of vehicles is necessary since vehicles are allowed to be driven in a public place only after registration by the registering authority, as under the provision of Section 39 of the Motor Vehicle Act, 1988.

Concerned Authority

The Department of Transport, Government of Tripura, is the provider for this service, as also the office of the Deputy Transport Commissioner (at the State level) and the District Transport Officers (3 numbers).

Procedure for registration of a new private/non-commercial vehicle

The registration procedure includes physical inspection of the vehicle for its particulars, by the Inspecting Authority at the Transport local office, and is followed by the registration of the vehicle. The documents required for applying for registration are as follows:

  • Form 20 duly filled up
  • Form 21 (Sale certificate) issued by the vehicle dealer
  • Form 22 (Road-worthiness certificate) issued by the manufacturer
  • Attested copy of a valid vehicle insurance policy/cover note
  • Attested copy of proof of the address at which the vehicle is to be registered
  • Form 34 duly signed by the owner and the attested copy of the G.I.R. No./Pan No., financer, in case the vehicle is bought on hypothecation
  • One-time road tax as applicable
  • Prescribed fee for registration

After allocation of registration numbers, a fee slip is given to the applicant on the same day, and the zonal office keeps the above documents. The registration fee slip can be retained as registration proof till the registration certificate is delivered. The registration certificate Form ? 23 can be collected on any subsequent working day after depositing the registration fee slip.

Relevant Websites for more information

Register Vehicle: Uttar Pradesh

Registration of vehicles is necessary since vehicles are allowed to be driven in public place only after registration by registering authority, as under the provision of section 39 of motor vehicle Act 1988.

Concerned Authority

The vehicle owner has to approach the local RTO/ARTO office of the Transport Department for registration of his/her vehicle.

Procedure

For registration of the vehicle, one has to apply to the Registering Authority within seven days of purchase along with the following documents:

  • Application in form-20.
  • Sale certificate in form-21.
  • Form 22 issued by the dealer.
  • Valid insurance certificate.
  • Proof of Address.
  • Temporary registration, if any.
  • Form-A under the Taxation Act, 1997.
  • Fee Specified in Rule 81.
  • Passport-sized photograph.
  • In case of imported vehicles, custom clearance certificates along with the license and bond.

Register Vehicle: Uttarakhand

Eligibility

Anybody with a local address

Concerned Authority

Assistant/Regional Transport Officer

Procedure

  • Vehicle to be brought to the Regional Transport Office
  • Chassis tracing on Form 20 done by an official of the RTO

Necessary documents/papers

  • Form 20 and Form A to be taken from the Regional Transport Office (RTO) and duly filled, to be submitted to the RTO
  • Form 19, 21, 22 to be obtained from the Motor Vehicle Dealer to be submitted in original to the RTO
  • Attested copy of Proof of Address
  • Copy of Sale Receipt
  • Copy of Valid Insurance
  • One attested photograph

Fee

  • Any two wheeler: Rs 1660/- (Tax-Rs 1500/- + Fees-Rs 60/- + Hire Purchase Rs 100/-)
  • Any Moped: Rs 960/- (Tax-Rs 800/- + Fees-Rs 60/- + Hire Purchase Rs 100/-)
  • Car Purchased with Value <= Rs 200000 is Rs 5300/- (Tax-Rs 5000/- + Fees-Rs 200/- + Hire Purchase Rs 100/-)
  • Car Purchased with Value > Rs 200000 is (Tax- 2.5 % of the value + Fees-Rs 200/- + Hire Purchase Rs 100/-)

Forms

Form 20 and Form A which can be downloaded from http://gov.ua.nic.in/transport

Register Vehicle: West Bengal

Registration of vehicles is necessary since vehicles are allowed to be driven in a public place only after registration by the registering authority, as under the provision of Section 39 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988.

Concerned Authority

The person has to approach the local Regional Transport Office (RTO) of the Transport Department for registration of private/ commercial vehicles. After payment of necessary fees and inspection, the vehicle is registered and a unique registration number is given.

Procedure

The registration procedure includes physical inspection of the vehicle for its particulars, by the Inspecting Authority at the RTO, and is followed by registration of the vehicle.

Necessary documents/papers

  • Form 20 duly filled up.
  • Form 21 (Sale certificate) issued by the vehicle dealer.
  • Form 22 (Road-worthiness certificate) issued by the manufacturer.
  • Attested copy of a valid vehicle insurance policy/ cover note.
  • Attested copy of proof of the address at which the vehicle is to be registered.
  • Form 34 duly signed by the owner and the attested copy of the G.I.R. No./Pan No., financer, in case the vehicle is bought on hypothecation.
  • One-time road tax as applicable.
  • Prescribed fee for registration.

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How to Register Land /Property

June 28, 2011

Register Land / Property

What is Land/Property Registration and Why is it Necessary?

Land or Property Registration refers to the registration to document changes in ownership and transactions involving immovable property. Whenever you buy a piece of land/immovable property, you need to register the same with the authority concerned, so that a legal ownership title is guaranteed to you. This greatly reduces risk of fraud and helps solve disputes easily, in addition to creating and maintaining an up-to-date public record.

What You Need to Do to Register Land/Property

Under the computerised Land and Property Registration system, registration is easy. It facilitates transparency in valuation and eliminates middlemen. Some states require an application to be submitted to the concerned authority, which may be the Sub-Registrar or the SDM of your area. The application form can either be downloaded online or obtained from the concerned authority’s office. After due verification of details, the Deed is drawn up and the registration process is complete.

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Register Land / Property: Andaman and Nicobar Island

Eligibililty

Residents of Andaman &amp; Nicobar Islands.

Concerned Authority

Deputy Commissioner, Andaman District, Port Blair.

Procedure

Through an application addressed to the Deputy Commissioner.

Whom to approach for availing the service and during what hours?

The concerned dealing assistant between 8.45am and 5.00pm.

Necessary Documents/Papers

Application form with Record of Right and Record Entry Map.

Fee

No fee is charged.

For more information, visit : http://andamandt.nic.in

Register Land / Property: Andhra Pradesh

The department is headed by the Commissioner & the Inspector General of Registration and Stamps, with its head office at Hyderabad. (Address 1-7-10, NBK Estate, Golconda X Roads, Musheerabad, Hyderabad-20, A.P.)

There are six zones in the State, each headed by a Deputy Inspector General, with headquarters at Visakhapatnam, Eluru, Guntur, Kurnool, Warangal and Hyderabad. There are 28 Registration Districts in the 23 Revenue Districts of the State. There are two Registration Districts in each of the Revenue Districts of East Godavari, West Godavari, Krishna, Guntur and Chittoor, and all other Registration Districts are co-terminous with the Revenue Districts. There are 387 Sub-Registry Offices in the State. Primarily, these are the offices which come into contact with the public, in connection with the registration of various instruments, marriages, etc., granting of certified copies and encumbrance certificates, and sale of stamps.

There are six Flying Squads, one at each Zonal headquarters, consisting of one Assistant District Registrar, one Deputy Executive Engineer, and headed by a Deputy Collector to conduct inspection of properties to detect suppression of facts and collect deficit stamp duty, if any. The other officers have also been authorised to conduct inspections to detect under-valuation of properties, and to compound such offences or launch prosecution against the offenders. There are six Vigilance Cells, one at each zonal headquarters, headed by a Vigilance Officer. The Vigilance Officers conduct surprise inspections of Sub-Registry Offices to ensure proper functioning of the offices, and they also conduct enquiries into the complaints given by the public.

For detailed district offices’ addresses, visit http://www.ap.gov.in/card/add.htm(External website that opens in a new window).

Address:
Commissioner, Inspector General,
Registration and Stamps
1-7-10, NBK Estate, Golconda X Roads, Musheerabad, Hyderabad-20

Register Land / Property: Chandigarh

Chandigarh is a planned city with a hierarchy of controls defining the spatial layout of the city down to the development of various types of buildings. The legal framework for this has been provided by the Capital of Punjab (Development, Regulation) Act, 1952 and rules made there under. Another act, the Punjab New Capital Periphery Control Act, 1952 helps in the regulated development of land outside the Sectoral grid of Chandigarh City. The Chandigarh Administration acquires the land through the Land Acquisition Branch of the Estate Office and amenities are developed as per the standard norms of population density for the area and also in keeping with the projected land use in the master plan. These developmental works are undertaken by the Engineering Department of the U.T. Chandigarh. The land which can be constructed upon and to be used for habitation/other purposes (including usage’s such as residential, commercial, institutional, industrial and recreational) is then released into the property market.

To know more details on registration of land, property, please visit the Estate Office, Chandigarh.

Register Land / Property: Delhi

Land and Housing are looked after by the Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, in the National Capital Territory of Delhi. At the field level these are looked after by following agencies:

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Register Land / Property: Gujarat

With the objective of maintaining and updating the land records data of each district at the Taluka Offices and of generating various village forms for administration as well as for public demands, in tandem with other States, the LRC project was started by the Government of Gujarat in 1998-99 and is funded by the Government of India. Gujarat State also developed its own S/w, through NIC, for the maintenance of land details under each survey number of the State of Gujarat, under the Gujarat Land Records Act. The record of rights is printed through the S/w and all mutations are done automatically. Bhulekh soft is developed using GIST SDK to support the Gujarati language. 98 lakh surveys and 56 lakh land khatas have been entered for all 18526 villages spread over 225 Talukas of the 25 revenue districts in the State. Front office activities have been started in more than 150 Talukas. From August 15, 2004, manual ROR is banned. All 225 talukas are now operational for issuing ROR.

The citizen can go to his Mamlatdar office and get the ROR.

Register Land / Property: Haryana

As a part of the computerisation process for Land Records, the Government of Haryana has implemented the HARIS software in all Tehsils and Sub-Tehsils. The buyers and sellers have to visit the HARIS centre and obtain necessary information about stamp duty. Due verification is done regarding proof of property and the concerned deed is written, followed by an online photo session at the HARIS window. This is followed by the concerned data entry of records in the system which are then printed and signed by the Sub-Registrar. After payment of the prescribed fee, the process of registration is completed.

For more information, visit http://jamabandi.nic.in

Register Land / Property: Himachal Pradesh

Department Concerned

The Revenue Department (Inspector General Of Registration, Himachal Pradesh).

Coverage

  • Documents which are covered under Sec. 17 of the Registration Act.
  • For documents which are covered under Section 18 of the Registration Act, registration is optional.

Procedure

Phase I: Prior To Registration Of The Document

This phase does not form a part of the Registration Department procedure, but has to be initiated by the executor to enable him to present the document for the registration. This involves the following:

  • Purchase of Stamp paper: The value of the property is determined. Stamp duty, transfer duty, registration fee and other fees are calculated. The citizen purchases stamp paper from the notary or treasury as the case may be (depending on the value of the stamp paper required).
  • Document writing: Preparation of the legal registration document by document writers. As per the Himachal Pradesh Document Writers Licensing Rules, 1971, it has been made mandatory that no registration officer shall accept any document for registration, which is not written by a licensed document writer or the executant himself.
  • Arranging for the supporting Documents and Certificates needed for the registration (depends on the type of registration). The Registration Officer has to be convinced about the genuineness of the transaction, for which he requires the following substantiation/ supporting:
    • Witnesses, identifier and the photographer (to determine the authenticity of the parties involved).
    • Supporting documents on the rights of the parties (for example, in case of sale of rural land, a nakal Jamabandi which is the Record of Rights, a Krishak Pramanpatra, etc. are required).
    • Supporting documents to establish the value of the transaction (for example, in case of sale of rural land, Ausat Bai Sala, which is the average transaction value of the land in the last year, is provided by the Patwari).

Phase II: During Registration Of The Document

The steps in any generic registration process are as follows:

These documents are presented to the Sub-Registrar of the jurisdiction. The Sub-Registrar scrutinises the documents, determines the classification of the document, and reviews the valuation of the property, calculation of stamp duty, transfer duty, registration fees and miscellaneous fees.

  • If any deficit stamp duty needs to be paid, the executor is informed and is asked to do the same.
  • The citizen certifies the final document before the Sub-Registrar and two witnesses.
  • The document is copied into the register books.
  • Copies are posted to 2 indexes (by name and property), and accounts and reports.
  • The document is returned to the citizen

However from the Registration Department’s point of view, the steps for the registration, technically, can be divided into:

Presentation
Receipt
Admission & Identification
Registration

The above steps are mentioned below in detail:

1: presentation

This activity takes care of the receipt of the documents and supporting documents to be registered, from the executor. In this stage whether the set of documents and supporting documents are complete and comply with all the legal formalities, is determined. If the documents and other papers are found to be proper, it is sent to the registration clerk for further execution, else the documents are returned with the reason for rejection and entered in book 2.

The Reg. Clerk sees whether the valuation and relevant stamp duty has been paid. If the duty is not properly calculated and paid, the Registration Clerk calculates the additional stamp duty, if any, and informs the executor. The documents have to be presented in the concerned SRO jurisdiction. The Presentation Stamp is affixed, which takes care of the following: -

Serial number of document (Sr. No/current year)
Date of presentation
Time of presentation
Name of the office of the
Sub-Registrar
Signature of the SR
Issues related to rejected documents are given back with verbal feedback

2: Receipt

This activity takes care of the issue of the Receipt to the executants after the receipt of the relevant registration fees.

3: Admission

This activity takes care of ascertaining the consent of the seller and stakeholders under no pressures and threats, and in a state of mental stability. The photographs of the executant(s), witness and identifier, along with the SRO, are taken on spot. Verbal confirmation about the consent of the executant(s) for executing the deed under no pressure or threat and in full consciousness, is required. The buyer, the seller and the witnesses are identified by the identifier who knows all of them and is a well-known person.

4: Registration

This activity is the last step in the registration process. This process officially registers the document and is assigned a unique Registration No. depending upon the book to which the registration relates. Parties are asked to sign on the relevant places and the SR puts the final seal and registers the document and sends it for filing at the appropriate books to the registration clerk.

Phase III: Post Registration Of The Document

After the registration process is complete, the rural land sale information is passed on to the Patwari for adding the entries in the Jamabandi register, which is the Record of Rights. The changes in the Jamabandi register are carried out as per the procedures laid down. After registration of the document, a copy of it is maintained in the office as record.

Refusal to Register the Deed

In case the person executing the deed gives his denial or if the person executing the deed is a minor, an idiot or a lunatic, then the registering officer can refuse to register the deed. He will record the reasons for refusal in Book No.2.

Verification Procedure

The original record is with the Patwari/ office Kanungo. The extracts of land records are issued only after verification from the original record.

Fee

The details of the fee structure can be obtained from the Office of the concerned Tehsildar/ Patwari.

Register Land / Property: Lakshadweep

Any land owner who is interested in the registration of his land can apply for this service.

Concerned Authority

Astt Settlement Officer/Sub Divisional Officer of the island is the authority to issue it.

Procedure

One has to apply in the proforma prescribed (Form B) by affixing a one rupee court fee stamp for each page, to get the certified copies.

Fee

No fee is charged for the service.

Register Land / Property: Maharashtra

Registration means recording of the content of a document with a registering officer and preservation of the copies of the original document. The documents are registered for the purpose of conservation of evidence, assurance of title, public documents and prevention of any disputes. Also, registration helps an intending purchaser to know if the title of a particular property have been deposited with any person or financial institution for the purpose of obtaining an advance against the security of that property.

All documents pertaining to properties, either movable or immovable, are required to be registered under Sections 17 and 18 of the Registration Act, 1908, so that the properties can be transferred, if need be, under the Transfer Act, 1882.

Procedure

No application is required, only the fully stamped document along with the paper required according to the nature of the document, is to be presented before the Sub-Registrar within the prescribed time limit, i.e., within 4 months from the date of execution, under Section 23 of the Indian Registration Act, 1908.

Necessary documents/papers

Documents required for the registration of the Sale Deed are: the Completion Certificate or Commencement Certificate, if the building has been constructed after 1990, and for buildings constructed before 1990, the Assessment Tax Bill (Property Tax Bill) and Societies letter, and many other documents relating to that type of document, the likely ULC order, Collector’s NOC, Property Card, etc.

Fee

  • As per the valuation, the registration fee is to be paid as prescribed in the Registration Act, 1908, which is 1% of the market value or upto a maximum of Rs.30,000/-, which is accepted by a Challan, paying cash in the Reserve Bank of India or by Pay Order, and the Stamp Duty is calculated as per Ready Beckoner’s rate, which is decided according to the Division of Property and Cadastral Survey No. or CTS No. of the property.
  • The executant of the Deed and two witnesses are required while presenting/lodging of the Deed for registration.
  • One photocopy of the Deed, along with butter paper, is required while presenting the Deed for registration.
  • The total registration procedure is of about 30 minutes and on the same day the document will be delivered to the concerned party.

Complaint Redressal Authority

  • The Inspector General of Registration and the Controller of Stamps, Pune.
  • The Collector of Mumbai city and District Registration.
  • The Deputy Inspector General of Registration and the Deputy Controller of Stamps, Mumbai.
  • The Sub-Registrar and the Administrative Office, Mumbai District, Mumbai.

Register Land / Property: Sikkim

Eligibility

Land Registration can be done at the District Collectorate in the District HQs and in the Sub-Divisional Offices where the SDM officiates. In case of Sikkim, the seller and the buyer should be bonafide citizens of Sikkim, with Sikkim Subject Certificates or Certificates of Identification (COI) for rural holdings. For urban sites, this rule does not apply.

Procedure

First, the Sale Deed Document should be properly filled. The document is produced to the Sub-Divisional Magistrate, who will call both the Seller and Buyer parties, and once he is satisfied, he will approve the land registration. The document will then go to the Registration Clerk who will scrutinise the documents and issue No Objection Certificate orders to different banks, to the seller’s relatives, and boundary landowners. After these NOCs are obtained, the RC issues a month’s objection period during which anyone can give a written objection for the above said land sale. When no objection is received, the RC asks the party to pay 1% of the land value as stamp duty and 4% as Bank Receipt. In the presence of a witness the registration will be completed.

Register Land / Property: Tamil Nadu

Concerned Authority

  • The registration of land-related documents and immovable properties is to be done in the Registrar’s Offices by the Sub-Registrar.
  • Documents relating to properties situated in Tamil Nadu shall be registered in Tamil Nadu only, at the following offices:
    • In the Sub-Registrar’s office under which the property situated comes or in the District Registrar’s office of that Registration District.
    • The Encumbrance Certificate relating to any piece of land can be obtained from the Sub-Registrar’s Office.
    • The Ownership Certificate (Record of Right) for the land will have to be applied for and taken from the corresponding Taluk Office.

Procedure

At the time of registration of documents in the Sub-Registrar?s office, an application for the transfer of Registry, in Form XXXV-I, will have to be given to the Sub-Registrar. This form shall be signed by both the seller and the buyer. These forms will be forwarded by the Sub-Registrar to the Tahsildar for initiating changes to be done in the Taluk Registers.

For more information, visithttp://www.tnreginet.net/(External website that opens in a new window).

Register Land / Property: Tripura

Any citizen in Tripura can own a land by any of the following processes of Mutation:

  • Sale
  • Partition
  • Gift
  • Mortgage
  • Will
  • Inheritance
  • Exchange
  • Court decree

Concerned Departments

Office of Tehsildar, Office of Deputy Collector and Magistrate (DCM) or Revenue Inspector (RI) at Revenue Circle level and District Magistrate & Collector (DM) in the District level

Procedure [to get a Khatian (Record of Right)]

  • The applicant has to register his/her land transaction document as per the procedure detailed as Registration of Document with the Office of the Sub-Registrar.
  • After acquiring the land registration document “Dalil” (Sale Deed Registration/Gift Deed Registration/or any Registration Deed arising from above process of owning land), the interested applicant will visit Tehsil office (TK) and apply for mutation in Form No. 21 of TRLR ACT (Application form for Mutation).
  • Any person who prays for mutation is required to state in his report the lands already held by him.
  • Tehsildar (Officer-In-Charge of TK) shall acknowledge the receipt of the application form 21 by making a counter-foil, duly filled in, signed and dated.
  • Tehsildar would enter the details in his Mutation register (form 20 of TRLR ACT).
  • Notice is generated and served to all concerned land holders with a date fixed for hearing.
  • Any objection to the mutation received either orally or in writing to the Tehsil office before the date of hearing, shall be recorded in the disputed mutation case register (Form 22 of TRLR ACT).
  • The acknowledgement of the objection shall be given in Form 23 TRLR Act.
  • Entries in the mutation register shall be tested by the Circle officer (DCM or RI) and shall order for field enquiry to the Tehsil office before the date of hearing. Field enquiry shall be conducted by an Amin.
  • Based upon the field enquiry, hearing is completed at the concerned TK office by the concerned Mutation Officer (RI or Kanungo of the office of DCM).
  • After hearing, the applicant is requested to submit FORM B (Form for getting new ROR). At the same time, the Tehsil office will prepare the Badar Register, Touzi mill Register, Jama Bandi Register and send the case record to DCM’s office.
  • After checking all the documents, DCM may pass an order of mutation over Form B.
  • Handing over of Khatian to the concerned person: The charges are also collected from the concerned person @ Rs 15/- per page of Khatian and @ Rs 4/- per extra page of the concerned Khatian.
  • Acknowledgement receipt is issued to the concerned person as a proof of collection of charge.

Necessary Documents

  • DALIL (Deed Registration)
  • ROR fee – @ Rs 15/- per page of Khatian and @ Rs 4/- per extra page

Other information

The form for report of mutation is available at http://www.tripura.nic.in/land/land.pdf (96 KB)(PDF file that opens in a new window) .

Register Land / Property: Uttar Pradesh

PRERNA (Property Evaluation &amp; Registration Application) software, developed by National Informatics Centre, Uttar Pradesh, provides opportunities to deliver citizen-centric services more quickly and in a timely manner. It is the most uniquely managed software for the Sub-Registrar’s Office of Stamps &amp; the Registration Department, Government of Uttar Pradesh. This has the ability to manage, deploy, update, enforce, and improve work culture, public service, and provide complete reporting within a real-time environment. It has been developed to meet the following key objectives:

  • Helpdesk for villagers/farmers.
  • Diminish waiting time &amp; queue.
  • Instant registry.
  • Instant photography.
  • Automatic valuation of property.
  • Automatic computation of Stamp Duty.
  • Query on registered properties.
  • Digital documents storage.
  • Preparation of Index Register.

The following main deeds are being registered with this software:

  • Vikrya (Sale).
  • Bandhak (Mortgage).
  • Daan (Gift).
  • Vinimai (Exchange).
  • Titamma (Correction deed).
  • Pattanama (Lease).
  • Pattadhikar ka Antran (Assignment).
  • Vikrya Anubandh (Agreement).
  • Musanna (Duplicate).
  • Purak (Supplementary).
  • Batvaranama (Partition).
  • Muktipatra (Release).
  • Vasiyat (Will).
  • Mukhtarnama (Power of Attorney).
  • Godnama (Adoption).
  • Bhagidari (Partnership).
  • Nayas (Trust).

Concerned Authority

The Sub-Registrar’s Offices of Stamps & the Registration Department, Government of Uttar Pradesh.

Procedure

  • An applicant has to visit the Sub-Registrar’s Office and meet the concerned Officer with the necessary documents.
  • All the necessary documents, with self-presence, are produced in front of the Sub-Registrar. The papers are thoroughly checked and are sent for entry.
  • The operator selects the deed for registration, and the evaluation detail form appears, from which he selects the type of land, village/town, segment/block, extent of land, unit, detail of property and the transaction amount. After entering the above details, the system will automatically evaluate the market value, registration fee and pasting fee for the property.
  • After that, the party detail form records the details of sellers, buyers, witnesses and their proxy. After that, the photo detail form allows to snap the photograph of the involved parties through a web camera.
  • After completing the above process, a checklist is generated, verified and the final endorsement and cash receipt are generated.
  • Now the document goes to the Sub-Registrar for his signature.
  • After his signature, the registered document is handed over to the applicant.

Necessary documents/papers

All necessary documents related to registration, like stamp paper, map, registration fee, etc.

Register Land / Property: Uttarakhand

Eigibility

  • Land Buyer
  • Vasiyat Praptkarta (Inheritance owner)
  • Daan Praptkarta (Gift owner)
  • Virasat (Vivadit) (Disputed Inheritance owner)
  • Virasat (Avivadit) (Undisputed inheritancce owner)

Concerned Authority

  • For the first four categories of persons eligible for land registration:- The Office of the Tehsildar and Nayab Tehsildar at the Tahsil Level
  • For the fifth category of persons eligible for land registration:- Supervisor Kanoongo (Revenue Inspector RK)

Procedure

  • A copy of the registration papers will be sent to the office of the Tehsildar from the Sub-Registrars(registration) office on the day of the Sale Deed Registration.
  • The Tehsildar will enter the details in his office register and hand them over to the concerned Patwari/Lekhpal for report.
  • The Patwari/Lekhpal will submit his report in form P-1.
  • After entering the details of P-1 in the Misal Band Register, the Tehsildar will issue 35 days’ proclamation notice to all concerned landholders.
  • If no objection is received within 35 days, “Then the buyer will be asked to submit an affidavit of not having more then 12.5 acres of land in his name in the whole state and also record his statement that the purchased land is in his possession.”
  • After checking all the documents, the Tehsildar passes an Order of Mutation.
  • In case of any objections received within 35 days, the Tehsildar will hear the objections and decide on the merit as per the documents submitted by the objector and the buyer.

In case of Vivadit Virasat

  • The Patwari/Lekhpal will submit his report in form P-1 Virasat (Vivadit) in the Tehsildar’s Court.
  • After entering the details of P-1 in the Misal Band Register, the Tehsildar will issue 35 days’ proclamation notice to all the concerned landholders.
  • After 35 days, the Tehsildar will hear the objections and will decide on the merit as per the documents submitted by the objectors and the successors.

In case of Avivadit Virasat

  • The Patwari/Lekhpal will write the names of the successors in form PaKa.11 and hand them over to the Kanoongo.
  • The Kanoongo will pass an Order of Mutation after verifying the details submitted by the Patwari/Lekhpal, by visiting the concerned village.

Necessary documents/papers

  • An affidavit of not having more then 12.5 acres of total land in one’s name in the whole state
  • One copy of the Record of Right (Khate ki Nakal)

Fee

Nil

Forms

No forms are to be filled.

Register Land / Property: West Bengal

Eligibility

All citizens, land-holders, share-croppers and purchasers are eligible for the service.

Concerned Department

  • Director, Land Records & Surveys (State level).
  • District Land and Land Reforms Officer (District level).
  • Sub-Divisional Land & Land Reforms Officer (Sub-Divisional Level).
  • Block Land & Land Reforms Officer (Block Level).
  • Revenue Inspector (Gram Panchayat Level).

Procedure

The applicant has to visit the Block Land and Land Reforms office and can apply for the service with the requisite fees in the form of court fees.

  • Certified ROR copy

One has to apply for a certified copy of the ROR in DEMI paper, affixing a court fee of Rs. 10, clearly mentioning the Khatian number and the Aria?s name. For each additional single page, Rs. 5 is charged.

  • Certified copy of plot information

To be applied for in a DEMI paper, affixing a court feeof Rs 2.00.

  • Mutation

Applications for Mutation and updation of Record of Rights U/S 50 of W.B.L.R. Act are to be submitted to the respective R.I. Offices or B.L. & L.R.O. Offices with the following charges to be paid in the form of Court Fee stamps or in Cash.

Fees

Rural Areas:

  • Agricultural Land per decimal- s. 1
  • Non-Agricultural Land per decimal-Rs. 2

Municipal Areas:

  • Agricultural Land per decimal-Rs.1
  • Non-Agricultural Land per decimal-Rs.5

Urban Agglomeration under UL (C & R) Act:

  • Agricultural Land per decimal- Rs. 10
  • Non-Agricultural Land per decimal- Rs. 10

In case of conversion of land, the application is to be filed before the concerned S.D.L. & L.R.O. for the area, upto 10 decimals, and before the D.L.& L.R.O. for the area for more than 10 decimals, with the following charges, to be paid in the form of Court Fee stamps or in cash.

Rural Areas:

  • Non-Commercial use per decimal – Rs. 10
  • Commercial use per decimal -Rs. 20

Urban Areas:

  • Non-Commercial use per decimal – Rs. 20
  • Commercial use per decimal -Rs. 50

Application for a computerised certified copy of the R.O.R. and Plot Information is to be submitted to the Office of the respective B.L. & L.R.O.s with the charges to be paid in the form of Court Fee Stamps.

To know more, visit http://banglarbhumi.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window)

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Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls

June 28, 2011

Why is it Important to get Your Name Included in the Electoral Rolls?

For every constituency, there is a list of voters that is called the Electoral Roll. To be able to exercise your vote, your name must be in the Electoral Roll of the area of your residence. According to Article 326 of the Constitution and Sec. 19 of the R. P. Act, 1950, the minimum age for the registration of a voter in India is 18 years, as on the first day of January of the year in which the Electoral Roll is prepared or revised.

What You Need to Do

Anyone who is a citizen of India and is at least 18 years of age is eligible to vote. People who are not citizens of India are not eligible to vote. Non-resident Indian Citizens who are employed under the Govt. of India in a post outside India are eligible to be registered as voters as per the terms of Sec 20 (8) (d), read with Sec 20 (3) of the R. P. Act, 1950.

You can get your name included in the voters list either during a door-to-door campaign by the authorised Govt. functionaries, conducted once in every 10 years, or during annual revision, the date of which is published by the Election Department. You need to apply in the prescribed form, which is available either online or with the ERO (Election Registration Officer)/Designated Officer, and present yourself on the date of hearing. If everything is found to be in order, your name will be included in the Electoral Roll of the constituency in which you reside.

Note:

A person living in a particular constituency can only get enrolled in that constituency and in none other. Also, one’s name cannot feature in the Electoral Roll of more than one constituency at any point of time.

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Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Andaman and Nicobar Island

Eligibility

All residents of Andaman &amp; Nicobar Islands.

Concenrned Authority

The Electoral Registration Officer.

Procedure

Form4/ Form6 should be submiited to the ERO/ AERO during Enumeration with proper documents.

4. Whom to approach for availling the service and during what hours.

Asst. ERO, Port Blair, from 9.00am to 01.00pm.

Necessary documents/papers

  • Ration Card.
  • Local Certificate.

Fee

No fee is charged.

Required Forms

The forms can only be downloaded and cannot be submitted online.

For more information, visit http://www.and.nic.in/election/default.htm.

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Andhra Pradesh

The applicaton has to be made in the prescribed format and following forms are required:

  • Form 4 : For a New entrant at the time of enumeration
  • Form 6: For inclusion of name after a draft copy of the electoral list is released.

Forms can be obtianed free of cost or from http://ceoandhra.nic.in

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Arunachal Pradesh

Eligibility Criteria

  • Must be a citizen of India.
  • He/she should have attained 18 years of age as on 1st January.
  • He/she must be an ordinary resident of the area where he/she wishes to enroll his/her name.

Concerned Authority

The Electoral Registration Officer of the concerned Assembly Constituency

Procedure

There are two ways of getting one’s name registered in the Electoral Roll.

  • During a door-to-door campaign by the authorised Govt. functionaries, which is done once in every 10 years.
  • During annual revision, the date of which is published by the Election Department. In this case the eligible person should obtain the prescribed Forms 6, 7, 8 and 8A, from the concerned Electoral Registration Officer of the locality or Polling Station or from the website, and submit the duly filled-up form to the concerned ERO or Designated Officer. Then the applicant has to present himself on the date of hearing. If everything is in order, the applicant’s name is enrolled in the Electoral Roll.

Necessary documents/papers

  • Proof showing age/citizenship
  • If shifted from other places, necessary proof of earlier entry in the voter list

Forms

  • Form-6: Application for inclusion of name
  • Form-7: Application for objecting inclusion for seeking deletion of name in E/Rolls
  • Form-8: Application for correction of particulars entered in E/Rolls
  • Form-8A: Application for transposition of entry in E/Rolls

All forms are available at http://eci.nic.in/(External website that opens in a new window) and www.ceoarunachal.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window). They can be downloaded from these websites but have to be submitted physically to the ERO, as online submission is not available.

For more information, visithttp://ceoarunachal.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window).

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Chandigarh

All details are available on the website: http://ceochandigarh.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window).

The forms &amp; procedure can be downloaded from:

http://ceochandigarh.nic.in/frame.asp?lfl=left.htm&rfl=form_ind.htm(External website that opens in a new window).

 

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Delhi

FORMS

To download, click on the corresponding form names.
Form 4 Application For New Registration of Electors at the time of Enumeration(house to house verification)when enumerator finds the house repeatedly locked.
Form 6 (only for downloading) Application for inclusion of name in electoral roll after draft publication of draft roll (if your name is not included in the draft role). This option allow you to only download the form, To submit form 6 online click here(Form 6 Online)(External website that opens in a new window)
Form 7 Application for objection to inclusion of name in electoral roll.
Form 8 Application for objection to particulars entered in electoral roll.
Form 8A Application for transposition of entry in electoral roll.
Forms for Candidate
Form 2A (20 KB)(PDF file that opens in a new window) Nomination paper for Lok Sabha Election
Form 2B (16 KB)(PDF file that opens in a new window) Nomination paper for Legislative Assembly Election
Affidavit regarding Criminal Cases
AFFIDAVIT (80 KB)(PDF file that opens in a new window) Affidavit regarding Assets

PROCEDURES

Procedure for obtaining certified entry of Electoral Roll.

After the publication of Rolls you can obtain a copy of the certified entry by approaching the ERO concerned. You will be required to deposit some money and thereafter the ERO will issue the required certificate.

Rationalisation/ change in existing Polling Stations:

The process of rationalisation and changing of existing Polling Stations will start after the publication of the Roll. For this purpose consultation will be held with the representatives of the Political Parties before any changes are made. You are invited to give your suggestions in this regard through E-mail at the following address: contact@ceodelhi.com(External website that opens in a new window)

For inclusion of your name in the Electoral Rolls, fill the following forms:

To download, click on the corresponding form names.
Form 6 In case your name is not included in draft rolls being published . This form should be submitted to your ERO.
Form 7 In case you want to delete any name from the Electoral Roll.
Form 8 In case a modification in any entry is required.

Note :
You cannot have names at two places (Assembly Constituency or in the State) so please get your name deleted before adding it at a new address.

For any Election related enquiry, please call Helpline.

Helpline No. 011-23918888

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q.1 I have shifted my residence recently. How do I ensure that I am enrolled in my new place of residence and my name is deleted from the old place?

Ans. In case new residence is in the same constituency please fill form 8A otherwise form 6 and submit to ERO (SDM) or AERO (FSO) of the area of your new residence.

Q.2 I have shifted my residence recently. I have Photo ID Card with the old address. Can I get new I Card for the present address?

Ans .First of all please ensure that you have enrolled your self in the Electoral Roll of the concerned AC, where you are now residing procedure is given as in ans no.1. Subsequently, changes will be made in existing Identity Card by pasting new address on the back side of the card.

Q.3 My old I Card is defective. I would like to have a new I Card with correct particulars. What is the procedure?

Ans. You can get your I Card rectified by depositing it in the Office of the ERO concerned or at Photography center when the work of preparation of Photo ID card begins.

Q.4 I do not have a ration card. Can I get enrolled without a ration card? What are the other documents, which I can show as proof of my residence?

Ans. Ration Card is not necessary, however you can show any other proof of residence like Passport, Bank Pass Book, Driving license etc. or any Govt. document to facilitate the work of registration. Proof of residence is not necessary.

Q.5 I am a tenant and my landlord does not want me to get enrolled. How can I get enrolled as a voter?

Ans . To get enrolled in the voter list is your fundamental right. Please check the Electoral role of your area ar ERO (SDM)/AERO (FSO) office. If your name is not included please fill up Form 6 and deposit it with the ERO.

Q.6 I have shifted my residence recently to Delhi from another State where I was registered as a voter. I have an I Card issued from the previous place of residence. How can I get a new I Card at the present place of address and what will I do with the old I Card?

Ans. Please get your name deleted from the previous address, which will facilitate your registration in Delhi.After that please get enrolled by filling up form-6 and depositing the same aong with the proof of deletion in the office of SDM/FSO. Your address can be changed on the back side of the Card as the same card wil remain valid.

Q.7 I will be attaining the age of 18 on 1.1.2002. What proof do I need to show to get enrolled?

Ans. You can submit the proof of Date of Birth from the authorized agency (Passport, Matric certificate, Date of Birth certificate etc.)

Q.8. When I fill up Form 4, should I attach proof of my residence with Form 4?

Ans. It is not necessary but if you attach a proof of residence, this will help early verification of the particulars given by you.

Q.9. When I fill up Form 4, should I attach proof of my residence with Form 4?

Ans. The special compaign are run for preparation of I card from time to time. The schedule &amp; designated locations are published through News papers and are available on website. I card are prepaired on contineous basis in the office of Jt CEO/DC of your area.

Q.10 Enumerator has visited my house and taken down the detailes. How do i ensure that my name is finally included in the electoral rolls ?

Ans. He must have handed over you record of Enumeration, which is your acknowledgement. You can check your name in the draft roll, which will be published and available at the office of the ERO concerned to confirm that your name exists in the roll.

Q.11 Please give me details of my Polling Station and Assembly Constituency. Who do I contact to get these details?

Ans. This would be possible only when you tell your complete address at the reception/enquiry. The phone No. is 23918888. You can check it from the ECI or CEO office website also.

Q.12 I have lost my old I Card. How can I get a new I Card?

Ans. You can deposit a copy of FIR lodged at the Police Station. You will get a new I Card after deposit Rs. 25. The dates for issuing I Cards are published in leading Newspapers, in Jt CEO/DC office then cards are made throught the year.

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Goa

Concerned Authority

The Mamlatdar/the Assistant Registration Officer in the office of the Mamlatdar

Necessary Documents

Enclose a copy of the Birth Certificate if the age is 18 years, in support of the claim. In case of an adult, a copy of the ration card is to be furnished.

Procedure

  • Apply to the Mamlatdar/Assistant Electoral Registration Officer concerned in the prescribed Form No.6 available in the office of the Mamlatdar.
  • Enclose a copy of the Birth Certificate if the age is 18 years, in support of the claim. In case of an adult, a copy of the ration card is to be furnished.
  • The Mamlatdar/Assistant Electoral Registration Officer, after scrutiny of the application, will include the name in the Electoral Roll if it is found to be correct in all respects. It is a quasi-judicial process.

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Haryana

Concerned Authority

Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM).

Procedure

Apply on the form to the SDM, along with proof af age and proof of residence. A date for clicking of the photograph for the voter’s card is fixed after verification of the documents. After a specified period after the photo is taken, the photo identity card is issued by SDM Office to the concerned person.

Documents Required

  • Proof of age
  • Proof of residence

For more information, visit http://ceoharyana.nic.in/

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Himachal Pradesh

Procedure

  1. Online registration in the electoral roll is available for all eligible citizens in the state of Himachal Pradesh. For checking the eligibility criteria please visit the official website of the Election Department.
  2. Fill up the form properly and click on the submit button. An email will be sent to your email account for confirmation by you.
  3. For confirmation of registration please check your email account and click on the link. Your application will be processed by the Election Department only after this confirmation.
  4. The confirmed registration/ application will be further forwarded to the concerned Election officials.
  5. The postman or some other authority will come to your place for enquiry/ verification and for obtaining your signatures.
  6. Only if your details are verified to be correct, your name will be enrolled in the Electoral Roll.
  7. Confirmation regarding your enrollment as an elector will be sent through email to you.
  8. For further information the concerned Electoral Registration Officer (SDM) may also be contacted. Details of their addresses can be obtained from the official website of the Election Department.

For more info, visit: http://ceohimachal.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window).

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Karnataka

To include your name in the voters’ list in Karnataka State you have to first submit Form No. 6, which may be obtained from either your corresponding corporation office, or from the office of the Assistant Revenue Officer, or from one of the polling stations set up in your locality.

As proof of identity and place of residence, any one of the following documents have to be produced along with Form 6: Ration card, driving license, passport, khata certificate, house rent receipt, property tax receipt, bank passbook, electricity bill, telephone bill, bus pass, train pass or student identity card. For age proof, the birth certificate or school certificate can be produced. The forms may be submitted at the polling station of the respective locality where you reside when the next revision of the voters’ list starts.

For further information, visit http://ceokarnataka.nic.in/

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Lakshadweep

The Office of the Chief Electoral Officer, U.T of Lakshadweep, provides the service of Online Enrollment in Electoral Roll through this website: http://ceolakshadweep.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window). All eligible people to be enrolled in the Electoral Roll can submit the application online. A reply mail will be sent to them for confirmation with a unique ID. The user can check the status of his/her application anytime. After necessary inspection, the user gets enrolled in the list, and a mail is sent to the user showing the name and address of the polling station alloted to him/her.

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Maharashtra

Concerned Authority

Electoral Office in the City or the respective District Election Branch located at the district Collectorate Office

Eligibility

Every person who:

  • Is not less than 18 years of age on the qualifying date and
  • Is an ordinary resident of the Constituency and
  • Is an Indian Citizen.

Forms

Every eligible person has to submit the claim and objection in the following forms (Rule 13):

  • Inclusion of name (Form No.6)
  • Objection to inclusion of name (Form No.7)
  • Objection to particulars in an entry (Form No.8)

Necessary documents/papers

Proof of Residence and Age

Note: The above forms are downloadable from http://ceo.maharashtra.gov.in/votersForm.php(External website that opens in a new window).

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Meghalaya

For every constituency, there is a voters’ list. Article 326 of the Constitution, and Sec.19 of the R.P. Act, 1950 stipulate that the minimum age for registration of a voter is 18 years.

A person who is not a citizen of India cannot be registered as a voter. Article 326 of the Constitution, read with Sec. 16 of R.P. Act, 1950 clarify the point.

You have to submit a filled-in Form-6 to the ERO of the Assembly Constituency.

For further information, visit : http://ceomeghalaya.nic.in/

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Mizoram

Eligibility

For inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls, the applicant

  • Must be a citizen of India.
  • Must have attained 18 years of age as on 1st January.
  • Must be an ordinary resident of the area where he/she wishes to enrol his/her name.

Department/Officer Concerned

Electoral Registration Officer (ERO) of the concerned Assembly Constituency.

Documents/Papers/Fee to be taken along

  • Proof showing age/citizenship.
  • If shifted from other places, necessary proof of earlier entry in the voters’ list.

No fee is charged for the service.

Procedure

There are two ways of getting one’s name registered in the Electoral Roll.

  • During a door-to-door campaign by the authorised Govt. functionaries, which is done once in every 10 years.
  • During annual revision, the date of which is published by the Election Department. In this case the eligible person should obtain the appropriate form from the concerned Electoral Registration Officer of the locality or Polling Station or from the website(External website that opens in a new window) and submit the duly filled-up form to the concerned ERO or Designated Officer. Then the applicant has to present himself on the date of hearing. If everything is in order, the applicant’s name is enrolled in the Electoral Roll.

The forms may be downloaded from the following links

All forms are also available at http://eci.nic.in/eci_main/index.asp(External website that opens in a new window) and http://ceomizoram.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window)

The forms have to be submitted physically to the ERO concerned or may be submitted online.

For further information, visit : http://ceomizoram.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window).

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Puducherry

Eligibility

  • Should be a citizen of India
  • Should have attained at least 18 years of age
  • Should be a resident of the constituency where he/she wants to get enrolled, with sound mind and not disqualified from voting under the law.

Procedure

A person can get included in the Electoral Rolls by submitting Form-6 to the concerned ERO/AERO. The person should be a citizen of India, of not less than 18 years of age as on the qualifying date and ordinarily a resident of the constituency where he wants to get enrolled, with a sound mind and not disqualified from voting under the law.

Necessary Documents

The required documents for verification are:

  • Proof of age
  • Proof of citizenship
  • Proof of ordinary residence

The registration of application is also being carried out this year (2005) through the website. Through online submission, the application is received by the Election Department. These applications are forwarded to the concerned EROS/AEROs. A different date was announced for people registered through the Web, for verification of documents.

For more information, visithttp://ceopondicherry.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window).

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Punjab

For inclusion of your name in the Electoral Rolls, fill the following forms:

  • Form 6: In case your name is not included in the draft rolls being published. This form should be submitted to your ERO.
  • Form 7: In case you want to delete your name from the Electoral Roll.
  • Form 8: In case a modification in any entry is required.

There is no fee for inclusion of names in the Electoral Rolls.

Forms are available at http://ceopunjab.nic.in/English/forms/indexw.html(External website that opens in a new window).

For details, visit http://ceopunjab.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window).

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Rajasthan

Eligibility

For inclusion of his/her name in the electoral rolls, the applicant:

  • Must be a citizen of India.
  • Must have attained 18 years of age as on 1st January.
  • Must be an ordinary resident of the area where he/she wishes to enrol his/her name.

Procedure

There are two ways of getting the name registered in the Electoral Roll:

  • During a door-to-door campaign by the authorised Govt. functionaries, which is done once in every 10 years.
  • During annual revision, the date of which is published by the Election Department. In this case the eligible person should obtain the appropriate form from the concerned Electoral Registration Officer of the locality or Polling Station, or from the website(External website that opens in a new window), and submit the duly filled-up form to the concerned ERO or Designated Officer. Then the applicant has to present himself on the date of hearing. If everything is in order, the applicant’s name is enrolled in the Electoral Roll.

Forms

Form 6 (16 KB)(PDF file that opens in a new window) –Application for inclusion of name.
Form 7 (16 KB)(PDF file that opens in a new window) -Application for objecting inclusion of name in or seeking deletion of name from Electoral Rolls.
Form 8 (12 KB)(PDF file that opens in a new window) –Application for correction of particulars entered in Electoral Rolls.
Form 8A (16 KB)(PDF file that opens in a new window) –Application for transposition of entry in Electoral Rolls.

All forms are also available at http://eci.nic.in/(External website that opens in a new window) and http://www.ceorajasthan.nic.in/(External website that opens in a new window)

The forms have to be submitted physically to the ERO concerned. They cannot be submitted online.

Concerned Authority

The Electoral Registration Officer (ERO) of the concerned Assembly Constituency.

Necessary documents/papers

  • Proof showing age/citizenship.
  • If shifted from other places, necessary proof of earlier entry in the voters’ list.

Fee

No fee is charged for the service.

For further information, visit : http://www.ceorajasthan.nic.in/(External website that opens in a new window)

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Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Sikkim

Eligibility

  • Should be at least 18 years of age.
  • Should be a citizen of Sikkim.

Necessary Documents

Birth Certificate

Procedure

For inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls, the person concerned should be 18 years of age and should have the Birth Certificate to prove it. He/she should be a Sikkim Subject Certificate (SSC) holder or a Certificate of Identification (COI) holder, or he/she must have a document to prove that the applicant has been staying in Sikkim for more than seven years. If he has migrated from any other part of India, he/she should have the proof of deletion of his name from the previous place. He has to fill Form 6, which can also be downloaded from this website:http://ceosikkim.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window) or can be obtained from the District Collectorate’s Election Cell.

Fees

No fees will be paid by the applicant to include his/her name in the Electoral Rolls.

For further information, visithttp://ceosikkim.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window).

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Tamil Nadu

For more information, visithttp://www.elections.tn.nic.in/electoral_rolls.htm(External website that opens in a new window).

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Tripura

Any citizen in Tripura can own a land by any of the following processes of Mutation:

  • Sale
  • Partition
  • Gift
  • Mortgage
  • Will
  • Inheritance
  • Exchange
  • Court decree

Concerned Departments

Office of Tehsildar, Office of Deputy Collector and Magistrate (DCM) or Revenue Inspector (RI) at Revenue Circle level and District Magistrate &amp; Collector (DM) in the District level

Procedure [to get a Khatian (Record of Right)]

  • The applicant has to register his/her land transaction document as per the procedure detailed as Registration of Document with the Office of the Sub-Registrar.
  • After acquiring the land registration document “Dalil” (Sale Deed Registration/Gift Deed Registration/or any Registration Deed arising from above process of owning land), the interested applicant will visit Tehsil office (TK) and apply for mutation in Form No. 21 of TRLR ACT (Application form for Mutation).
  • Any person who prays for mutation is required to state in his report the lands already held by him.
  • Tehsildar (Officer-In-Charge of TK) shall acknowledge the receipt of the application form 21 by making a counter-foil, duly filled in, signed and dated.
  • Tehsildar would enter the details in his Mutation register (form 20 of TRLR ACT).
  • Notice is generated and served to all concerned land holders with a date fixed for hearing.
  • Any objection to the mutation received either orally or in writing to the Tehsil office before the date of hearing, shall be recorded in the disputed mutation case register (Form 22 of TRLR ACT).
  • The acknowledgement of the objection shall be given in Form 23 TRLR Act.
  • Entries in the mutation register shall be tested by the Circle officer (DCM or RI) and shall order for field enquiry to the Tehsil office before the date of hearing. Field enquiry shall be conducted by an Amin.
  • Based upon the field enquiry, hearing is completed at the concerned TK office by the concerned Mutation Officer (RI or Kanungo of the office of DCM).
  • After hearing, the applicant is requested to submit FORM B (Form for getting new ROR). At the same time, the Tehsil office will prepare the Badar Register, Touzi mill Register, Jama Bandi Register and send the case record to DCM’s office.
  • After checking all the documents, DCM may pass an order of mutation over Form B.
  • Handing over of Khatian to the concerned person: The charges are also collected from the concerned person @ Rs.15/- per page of Khatian and @ Rs.4/- per extra page of the concerned Khatian.
  • Acknowledgement receipt is issued to the concerned person as a proof of collection of charge.

Necessary Documents

  • DALIL (Deed Registration)
  • ROR fee – @ Rs.15/- per page of Khatian and @ Rs.4/- per extra page

Other information

The form for report of mutation is available at http://www.tripura.nic.in/land/land.pdf (96 KB)(PDF file that opens in a new window) .

Eligibility

  • Must be a Citizen of India.
  • Must have attained 18 years of age as on 1st January of that year.
  • Must be an ordinary resident of the area where he/she wishes to enrol his/her name.

Procedure

There are two ways of getting one’s name registered in the Electoral Roll.

  • During the door-to-door campaign by the authorised Government functionaries, which is done once in every 10 years, or as desired by the Election Commission of India.
  • During annual revision, the date of which is published by the Election Department. In this case, the eligible person should obtain the appropriate form from the concerned Electoral Registration Officer of the locality or Polling Station, and submit the duly filled-up form to the concerned ERO or Designated Officer. Then the applicant has to present himself on the date of hearing. If everything is in order, the applicant’s name is enrolled in the Electoral Roll.

In case of lodging objection/seeking deletion of name from Electoral Roll, a person can apply in Form-7 to the ERO concerned. The ERO shall call both the parties for hearing and take a decision.

In case of correction of Name, Age, Address, etc. in the voters’ list, an application should be made to ERO concerned in Form-8.

In case of transposition, Form-8A is to be used. Application is to be made to the ERO concerned.

Forms

Form 6: (PDF file that opens in a new window)Application for inclusion of name

Form 7: (PDF file that opens in a new window)Application for objecting inclusion of name in or seeking deletion of name from Electoral Rolls.

Form 8: (PDF file that opens in a new window)Application for correction of particulars entered in Electoral Rolls.

Form 8A (13 KB): (PDF file that opens in a new window)Application for transposition of entry in Electoral Rolls.

The forms have to be submitted physically or by post to the ERO concerned.

Concerned Authority

The Electoral Registration Officer (ERO) of the concerned Assembly Constituency.

Necessary documents/papers:

  • Proof showing age/citizenship.
  • If shifted from other places, necessary proof of earlier entry in the voters’ list.

Fee

No fee is charged for the service.

For further information, visit: http://www.ceotripura.nic.in/

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Uttar Pradesh

Eligibility

  • Must be a Citizen of India.
  • Must have attained 18 years of age as on 1st January of that year.
  • Must be an ordinary resident of the area where he/she wishes to enrol his/her name.

Procedure

There are two ways of getting one’s name registered in the Electoral Roll.

  • During the door-to-door campaign by the authorised Government functionaries, which is done once in every 10 years.
  • During annual revision, the date of which is published by the Election Department. In this case, the eligible person should obtain the appropriate form from the concerned Electoral Registration Officer of the locality or Polling Station, or from the website(External website that opens in a new window), and submit the duly filled-up form to the concerned ERO or Designated Officer. Then the applicant has to present himself on the date of hearing. If everything is in order, the applicant’s name is enrolled in the Electoral Roll.

The forms may be downloaded from the following links

Form – 4(PDF file that opens in a new window) Application For new Registration of Electors at the time of Enumeration (house to house verification) when the enumerator finds the house repeatedly locked.

Form – 6 (English)(PDF file that opens in a new window) (Hindi)(PDF file that opens in a new window) (Urdu)(PDF file that opens in a new window) –Application for inclusion of name.

Form – 7 (English)(PDF file that opens in a new window) (Hindi)(PDF file that opens in a new window) (Urdu)(PDF file that opens in a new window) –Application for objecting inclusion of name in or seeking deletion of name from Electoral Rolls.

Form -8 (English)(PDF file that opens in a new window) (Hindi)(PDF file that opens in a new window) (Urdu)(PDF file that opens in a new window) –Application for correction of particulars entered in Electoral Rolls.

Form – 8A (English)(PDF file that opens in a new window) (Hindi)(PDF file that opens in a new window) (Urdu)(PDF file that opens in a new window) –Application for transposition of entry in Electoral Rolls.

All forms are also available at http://eci.nic.in/eci_main/index.asp(External website that opens in a new window) and http://www.ceouttarpradesh.nic.in/(External website that opens in a new window).

The forms have to be submitted physically to the ERO concerned. They cannot be submitted online.

Concerned Authority

The Electoral Registration Officer (ERO) of the concerned Assembly Constituency.

Concerned Authority

  • Proof showing age/citizenship.
  • If shifted from other places, necessary proof of earlier entry in the voters’ list.

Fee

No fee is charged for the service.

For more information, visit :

Chief Electoral Officer, Uttar Pradesh

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Uttarakhand

Eligibility

Any Indian citizen who has attained the age of 18 years or above at the time of revision of Electoral Rolls, and resides in that area and locality in which he/she wants his/her name to be included in the Electoral Rolls.

Concerned Authority

The Office of the Electoral Registration Officer/ District Election Officer at the District Level

Procedure

For the inclusion of a name in the Electoral Rolls, the eligible person has to apply in the ECI’s prescribed Form No.6 at the office of the District Election Officer/ Electoral Registration Officer in the District in which he/she resides.

Fee

Nil

Forms

Form No.6 for inclusion of Name in the Electoral Roll. It can be downloaded from the CEO-Uttaranchal’s website(External website that opens in a new window).
Facility for online submission of forms is presently not available.

Other relevant details relating to the service

It is the responsibility of every individual concerned to know the status of his/her application from the concerned office of the DEO/ERO and the reason if it is not included in the Electoral Roll.

For further information, visithttp://www.ceouttaranchal.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window).

 

 

 

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