In a bid to provide big relief to those waiting for their property to be registered in Telangana, the State Government from Dec 11th, 2020 started booking slots for the registration of non-agricultural properties.
Land Registrations Resumed with Old System
In the interim order, the State was ordered not to impose the landowners to submit details of Aadhaar card, caste and family members to the Dharani portal in respect of non-agricultural lands until further court orders have been given.
As per the High Court orders, Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao ordered Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar to begin the registration activities of non-agricultural properties.
Registrations will, however, be carried out according to the old online slot booking system and not through the Dharani website. To this point, the High Court directed the state government. As part of the registration, the High Court also permitted the entry of property tax information and identification numbers.
The State Administration was completely prepared to start the registration of non-agricultural properties through the Dharani portal, following directions previously given by the Chief Minister. The workers of the Department of Stamps and Registrations were also provided with the requisite training in this respect. However, the registration of non-agricultural properties through the Dharani portal was placed on hold as per court orders, following petitions filed in the High Court.