To avoid any complications after the purchase of farmland, the Municipal Administration and Urban Development Department introduced a new rule for farmland registration in Telangana. The new inclusion states, “Registration of farm plots not possible if its area is less than 2,000 square meters (20 guntas) and approved layout copy required if the farm plot abuts a new road”.
To simplify it for your better understanding, one cannot buy farmland if the land size is smaller than 2,000 square meters or 20 guntas and a copy of the approved project plan is a must if the farm plot shares a boundary with a new road.
The new rule introduced by the Municipal Administration and Urban Development Department holds the power to curb unauthorized buildings and layouts which in the future can cause inconvenience for the end-users.
In spite of having provisions in place, it has come to the state government’s notice that some developers continued developing unauthorized layouts in the name of farmlands and produced sale deeds for a plot size of 2/3 guntas.
The aim of the new rule created is to curtail or prohibit the unauthorized dealing of farmlands making the project, be it residential or commercial, safe and secure for investment purposes.
It’s time for us to enjoy a secured growth in the field of real estate. Kudos to the authorities in charge!