07 DECEMBER, 2022

Have you heard about Patta Chitta? If not, you've come to the right place. Let's dive into what Patta Chitta is and learn how can it help you.

Patta Chitta is an essential document issued by the Tamil Nadu government. It is a land document that shows a piece of land's rights, use and status. This document also details the boundaries, ownership, transfer history and other information related to land.

What is Patta Chitta?

Patta Chitta is a legal document for your property issued by the Tamil Nadu government. This document verifies the ownership of land or property in Tamil Nadu, which can be used for different purposes. It is a certificate confirming your land ownership or an under-construction property that still needs to be occupied. The Patta Chitta also includes details such as how many rooms have been constructed, how much area has been covered and many other details about the land.

Patta refers to your land revenue record establishing the ownership of lands in Tamil Nadu. Chitta refers to an extract from the Patta register that provides land ownership details. This document outlines the ownership rights and status of the property in contention.

The Government of Tamil Nadu merged Patta and Chitta in 2015 and made it Patta Chitta. It is also known as Patta Chittam (which means 'certificate' in the Tamil language). This implies that it is an official certificate with legal weightage that proves ownership of valuable property. When a Patta is registered in someone's name, it is proof that the respective land belongs to that person. This legal document can be obtained from the Tahsildar's office of your district in Tamil Nadu.

What Does the Patta Consist Of?

The Patta consists of the following details.

  • Patta number
  • The survey number
  • District name
  • Land type (wetland/dry land)
  • Area of the land

How to Apply for a Patta Chitta?

Follow these steps to apply for a Patta Chitta.

  1. Visit the official site of Patta Chitta, and select your preferred language - English/Tamil.
  2. Select your district and land area type
  3. Select the Patta number
  4. Enter the survey number
  5. Enter the sub-division number
  6. Next, enter the 'enter authentication value' and submit.

What Documents Are Required for Patta Chitta?

Ensure you’ve all the required documents when applying for a Patta Chitta. Here are the documents required to apply for a Patta Chitta.

  1. Passport-size photographs of all members of the family
  2. Birth certificate of applicant and spouse
  3. Marriage certificate of applicant and spouse, if applicable
  4. Income tax return, if applicable
  5. Copy of PAN card for the main applicant and spouse (if applicable)

How Do I Check the Status of My Patta?

After submitting your documents and applying for Patta Chitta, the next thing to do is to wait until you receive an SMS that your Patta Chitta is ready for collection.

However, in the meantime, you may check the Patta Chitta status online. Given below are steps that you can follow to check Tamil Nadu Patta's online status.

  • Visit the official website for Patta Chitta.
  • Enter your land Patta Chitta’s number and PIN.
  • Click on the ‘check status’ button to display your status on the screen.
  • The status of your Patta Chitta should now be displayed on the screen, telling you whether it is yet to be issued or has already been issued and is waiting for you to pick it up.

Once the issuance is complete, you can receive your Patta Chitta.

How Do I Get a Certified Copy of My Patta in Tamil Nadu?

To get a certified copy of your Patta in Tamil Nadu, you can visit the nearest Tahsildar office or apply online. The online application form is available on the official website of the revenue department.

You need to submit all required documents and your Patta and a nominal fee. Once you have done this, you will be informed when you can return to collect your Patta Chitta certificate from the tahsildar office.

What Is the Validity of Patta Chitta?

When you have a Land Patta, it is valid for 4 years. On the other hand, if you have a House Patta, it can be used as long as the property remains in your name. In other words, the validity of the house Patta is for a lifetime and does not need to be renewed or extended as long as the house remains in your name.

Can I Change the Name in Patta?

Yes. It is possible to replace the name in Patta. You need to visit the Village Administration Office for it since there is no online process to do it.

Fees

You will need to pay a nominal fee of Rs. 100 for the entire procedure to obtain an online Patta.

Conclusion

Applying for Patta Chitta requires a solid strategy and planning to ensure a seamless process. Make sure you research correctly beforehand to ensure the Patta Chitta application process is seamless. Keeping the necessary documents ready before applying for Patta Chitta is a recommended to save time and effort.

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