Stamps and Registration
“To deliver Registration Services to citizens in a timely, transparent, more accessible, reliable manner and in a comfortable environment through streamlined processes and committed, trained and motivated workforce”.
Reduced average time for registration of documents at Sub-Registrar Office Provide ease of access to the citizens by introducing electronic delivery of services through additional channels such as Web-portal, Bangalore One, Karnataka One, Nemmadi Centres , Nada Kacheri etc.
Integration with other departments for seamless delivery of services
Real time Integration with Bhoomi for curbing fraudulent registrations.
Integration with Municipal Bodies, Treasury, Income Tax Department etc.
Increased accountability of officials at various levels of the Registration processes
Ensure better integrity of data by enhancing security and authenticity at all levels of process and exchange of data
One of the oldest department dating back to the year 1856.
3rd highest revenue earning department to the state exchequer.
Rs 5260 crores of revenue generated in the year 2012-13
34 District Registrar Offices looking after registration of firms, Societies and administration within their jurisdiction.
ACTS & RULES ADMINISTERED BY DEPARTMENT
- Registration Act, 1908 Karnataka Registration Rules, 1965
- Karnataka Stamp Act, 1957
- Karnataka Stamp Rules, 1958
- Hindu Marriage Act, 1955
- Special Marriage Act, 1954
- Indian Partnership Act, 1932
- Karnataka Partnership Rules, 1954
Other related Acts and Rules that have bearing on the Registration of documents
Transfer of Property Act, 1882
Indian Contract Act, 1872
Powers of Attorney Act, 1882
Indian Succession Act, 1925
Hindu Succession Act, 1956
The Muslim Personal Law
Karnataka Land Reforms Act, 1961
Karnataka Land Revenue Act, 1964
Karnataka Land Grant Rules, 1969
Other related Acts and Rules that have bearing on the Registration of properties
Karnataka Schedule Caste and Scheduled Tribes (Prohibition of Transfer of certain lands ) Act, 1978
Karnataka Municipal Corporation Act,1976
Karnataka Municipalities, 1964
Karnataka Panchayat Raj Act, 1993
Karnataka Agricultural Credit Operations and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1974
Land Acquisition Act, 1894
Income Tax Act, 1961
Need for Computerization: Emergence of KAVERI
Time Consuming Process
Manual Errors in copying Documents/EC/CC
Excessive dependence on manual Discretion
Delay in Delivery of Services
Multiple visits by citizens for availing Services
Preservation, Security & Retrieval of Records was a challenge
Prone to manipulation of records
Susceptible to Revenue leakage
KAVERI – Features
Automatic calculation of Market Value/Stamp & Registration fee
Automatic Indexing of EC data
Scanning of Registered Documents and storing in CD’s
Search and generation of Encumbrance Certificate
Society Registration and Filing
Automatic generation / transmission of XML J-form files to SDC
Generation of VMS bills for scanned pages
Capturing Photo /Thumb impressions of parties through Web Camera /Thumb Scanner
Generation of Reports
MODULES IN KAVERI APPLICATION
Firm and Societies Registration
EC Search module
Vendor Management System
Court order data entry module
Document Registration Process
KAVERI, BHOOMI & MOJANI INTEGRATION
J-slips containing information on transfer of agricultural lands is transmitted electronically from KAVERI to BHOOMI to speed up the mutation process and to eliminate the errors in manual process.
Land details are captured from BHOOMI during registration process, there by avoiding duplicate registration.
KAVERI also transmits other information, using which Tahasildar generates the mutation notice instantly, thereby avoiding delay.
SMS service sends message on registration of the document and various stages of mutation to parties both in Kannada and English.
Integration with Banks through Bhoomi is in the pipeline to facilitate online filing of Loan Declarations (Form – 3).
11-E sketch number fed into KAVERI, with which its genuinely can be verified from MOJANI.
KAVERI – BHOOMI INTEGRATION LAYOUT
ANYWHERE REGISTRATION & EC
The ‘Anywhere Registration & Encumbrance’ initiative aims to provide citizens with the freedom of availing department services at multiple offices by removing jurisdictional limitations.
During disruptions or heavy workload in a particular SRO the citizens have the option of going to a different office to get their work done
Anywhere registration introduced in Bangalore during July, 2011 on pilot basis in Gandhinagar registration district and Service extended across all 42 SROs in Bangalore.
Issue of encumbrance certificates from any of the 42 SROs in Bangalore Urban District launched in Nov, 2011.
DATA DIGITIZATION OF LEGACY RECORDS
Legacy Records before KAVERI(before 2003) are preserved in hard bound book volumes in record rooms which are susceptible to damage through human mishandling and natural calamities including fire, floods etc
Department intends to digitize and micro film the documents to
- Preservation of records
- Electronic Search and Issue of Certified Copies
- Accessibility to General public through citizen service centers and online portal
e-Stamping was brought in to eliminate fake manual stamp papers through online verification.
e-Stamping system was introduced on pilot basis on 14-03-2008 and extended across Karnataka from 16-12-2009 through SHCIL.
Post Offices, Syndicate Bank, Corporation Bank, Indian Bank, Souharda Co-operative Bank, Apex Bank etc, are the ACC’s for sale of e-Stamps.
There are 1136 ACC’s as on January, 2013
Office Of The District Registratrar
1st Floor, Minividhanasoudha