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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

How to locate a property in Madurai, Trichy, Coimbatore and Chennai, Tamil nadu?

If the village is identified, records of the Revenue Department pertaining to the village can be searched. These records could be in the nature of Patta, Chitta, Adangal extract, extract from Settlement “A” Register, etc. The search has to be conducted for a number of years to date back to a little more than the time that you or your predecessors-in-interest first owned the property. The holdings against the names of these persons have to be checked. It is quite possible that such persons had large holdings. All the same, information on such holdings has to be gathered to deduce a basic inference.

If you are able to have better information like Survey Number or the address, then you may be able to apply for Encumbrance Certificate. Encumbrance Certificate will typically cover the period in which the transaction may have happened. Often, information regarding boundaries of the property may be required. One has to gather these data patiently. If a street name is known, it will be helpful. If a neighbour’s name can be remembered, even this may provide a clue. Practically, any bit of record, fact, detail or paper may help.

If, after applying for Encumbrance Certificates and obtaining the same, certain transactions are disclosed in the nature of entries relating to the Survey Number or property, certified copies of such documents can be applied for and obtained. These documents may be helpful, even though, the document by itself may not be relevant or related to the property.

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