The Form of Rights is the most important form in the revenue record. This is because the occupier or account holder has the main record of how the land rights have been acquired and since then the land transactions have been continuously recorded in the rights register. The list of rights is kept in the form of a diary.
Inherited from first registered and unregistered documents, oral confessions, all other private rights and public rights as well as public rights as well as the rights of the mortgagors of the owners of the land acquired in another way, the farmers (Ganotia) if the land is counted, or the authority to collect revenue. Details of all government land rights are given.
The above rights are then entered in the index of land matter as per the sequence of survey number of each village and are recorded separately from each survey number as per the possession of the subdivision.
What is a charter and what are the things noted in it?
The title deed is a complete register kept in the diary sample (in village sample no. 4). In which after all the private rights on the land, if it is obtained by registered or unregistered deeds, by inheritance, if it is obtained in any other way, then the rights of unauthorized occupier, mortgagor, etc. are recorded.
In addition, the public is aware of the rights and disputes of others. It is also a record of the liability of the occupier if the revenue accounts are kept on the basis of this charter. And is responsible for the revenue of the person who owns the land as per the title deed.
What are the common changes in land rights and its entry from time to time?
(1) Family verbal sharing
(Ii) From the gift of Mohammedan Law Anwar and from the sale, sale release, bounty, gir, shangiro, registered document of conditional sale.
(2) In case of death of the person whose name appears in the title deed as occupant, from the right of inheritance if the applicant receives it from the registered or unregistered (last) will of the deceased.
(4) Grant of Government land permanently to any person or organization under the orders of the competent Revenue Officers or the Government.
(V) Converting agricultural land into non-agricultural land
(2) Conversion of land acquired under new condition or limited power type to transferable power type i.e. old condition.
(2) By acquiring the right of calculation on any agricultural land
(2) To settle the land if GB is repaid
(2) By order of the Civil Court.
How the title deed is kept.
There are two main forms for a charter. One village has a register like Form No.-2 and another water sheet. Mallot comes to his list etc.
Village Sample No. 3-12 is a link of the title deed. This is because the numbered note is numbered as the basis for the change. And the name of the new occupant is entered by filing a case against the occupier whose rights have been violated.
Certification certifies an illegal transaction.
No illegal transaction is legal even though the note is certified. It remains illegal.
Who is the competent authority to certify entry.
Any revenue officer who is not below the rank of Deputy Mamlatdar can certify the change entry made in the village sample no. Such officers also include District Land Registry Inspectors.
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Apart from the Deputy Mamlatdar working as a revenue officer, the Aval Karkun i.e. the Deputy Mamlatdar who has got such rights from the Collector can also certify the entries. The Circle Officer also has the power to certify entries.