In Tamil Nadu, citizens can easily access varied services and solutions, mostly pertaining to property certificates, registration and transfer, by logging on to the TNREGINET, the official portal of the State government’s revenue department. The purpose of the site is to eliminate the hassle of visiting the sub-registrar office (SRO), and expedite the property registration and transfer process.
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What is TNREGINET?
Managed by the revenue department of the Tamil Nadu Government, also known as IGRS Tamil Nadu, TNREGINET is an online platform that provides a slew of services for citizens. The portal is monitored and maintained by Tata Consultancy Services (TCS).
What are the services available on the TNREGINET portal?
There are many services available on the TNREGINET portal. These include:
- Access to encumbrance certificate (villangam)
- Stamp duty valuation
- Application tracking status
- Patta Chitta certificate
- Landowner details
- Jurisdiction information
- Guideline value
What are the steps involved in the TNREGINET user registration?
Here are the steps that you have to follow for user registration on TNREGINET
- Visit the official website TNREGINET.gov.in
- Click on ‘Registration’ followed by ’User Registration’
- Fill in the details such as the username, and type for your account along with your password. Verify the password and choose your security question
- Enter your name, gender, identification number/type, date of birth, E-mail address and mobile number
- Provide the address and then fill in the captcha code to receive an OTP on your mobile number
- Enter this and hit ‘Complete Registration’
TNREGINET EC: How to view encumbrance certificates online (EC)?
Earlier, encumbrance certificates or Villangam certificate were available under 'eServices' section on tnreginet.gov.in. However, now users need to log in to view this option.
You can search EC using the document number or house number as well. Users should keep the zone details and district handles handy to search for EC document on TNREGINET.
- Visit TNREGINET.gov.in and login using your credentials
- Click ‘Search EC’. This has two options, namely ‘Document-wise’ and ‘EC’
- If you choose the latter, fill in information such as the district, zone, EC start date, sub-registrar office (SRO), village, EC end date, subdivision number and survey number
- If you choose the former, fill in the information such as the document number, SRO, code and year
- Click ‘Search EC’ and then you will be able to view all EC-linked details
TNREGINET EC: How to apply for encumbrance certificates?
You can follow these steps to apply:
- Visit the official portal: TNREGINET.gov.in
- Log in by entering your username and password. Fill in the captcha code before clicking on ‘Submit’
- Choose ‘Encumbrance Certificate’ followed by ‘Apply Online’
- Fill in the form and upload your certificates/documents before clicking ‘Submit’
- Take the printout of an application form for future reference
TNREGINET EC Search Fees
|Type of search||Fees|
|E.C. Application Fee||Re.1/-|
|Search Fee for the one year||Rs.30/-|
|Search fee for every additional year||Rs. 10/-|
|Additional fees for the computerised period (from 1987)||Rs.100/-|
TNREGINET guideline value
The guideline value is the minimum value of any area as listed by the State government, for calculation of the fees and duties payable by any property owner in Tamil Nadu.
How to check the guideline value of Tamil Nadu on TNREGINET?
To check the guideline value on TNREGINET:
- Visit the official portal on TNREGINET.gov.in
- Choose ‘TNREGINET Guidance Value - Guide for TNREGINET Registration’
- Enter all the details and the captcha code
- Click on ‘Search’, and the information will appear on your computer screen
What is the process of checking the TNREGINET jurisdiction?
The process of checking the TNREGINET jurisdiction involves the following steps:
- Log in to TNREGINET.gov.in
- Choose ‘More’ and then ‘Portal Utility Services’
- Choose ‘Know Your Jurisdiction’ and then enter your street or village name
- Click on ‘Submit’, and subsequently, the full details will be displayed on the screen
Alternatively, you can also follow these steps:
- Find ‘Know Your Jurisdiction’ on the home page
- Enter your village or street name
- Click on 'Submit' on the online registration portal
How to calculate building value on TNREGINET?
Here are the steps that you should follow for building value calculation on TNREGINET:
- Visit the official portal
- Click on ‘Building Value Calculation’
- Fill in the necessary information and submit your form
How to get documents ready for deed registration on the TNREGINET portal?
The valuation of the stamp duty and registration charges can be ascertained online using the portal. All you have to do is enter the information about the designated property and the valuation will be displayed on the screen.
Building value calculation
The value of a building can be calculated when you enter the type of building, region, calculation period, insertion unit, building age, floor number and name, area, and amenities offered.
This certificate can be created if you apply online. Visit the official website and select this option. Provide information related to zone, district, sub-registrar office, EC start and end date, and other survey details.
Create an application
Register in this domain and use the login ID and password to enter this option. You can create a document, the abstract of a draft deed, the encumbrance certificate, and certified copies of the title deeds.
All these services assist in getting the documents related to property registration easily.
How to register a property on TNREGINET?
For property registration on TNREGINET, follow the steps bwlow:
- Authenticate the ownership of property. The encumbrance certificate will help do the needful. It can be generated online at TNREGINET.GOV.IN, the Government of Tamil Nadu
- Once the property owner is authenticated, stamp duty and registration charges in Coimbatore must be calculated. The stamp duty papers need to be procured based on the registration charges generated on the official website. The user will have to follow the land guidelines and calculate the value based on mandatory parameters
- The next step is to complete the draft and sale deeds for registration in presence of an advocate, buyer, seller, and witnesses
- A slot has to be booked for visiting the SRO
- All the parties related to the property transaction (buyer, seller, and witness) will visit the SRO on the scheduled slot with identity and address proofs, and other documents for authentication
- After the authentication, the registration charges need to be paid in Tamil Nadu, and the parties will have to sign the respective documents to complete the registration process
Documents needed for property registration in Tamil Nadu
Here is a list of documents needed for property registration in Tamil Nadu:
- Encumbrance certificate
- All the original documents with signatures of the involved parties in the property transaction
- Demand draft or challan of registration fee and stamp duty charges levied on the property transaction as per the guideline value or property valuation
- Property card
- Identification of proof of buyer and seller of a property along with that of the witnesses
- Power of attorney for an entitled intermediary of the property transaction process
- PAN card
- Aadhaar card
- Proof of address and ID to display at the registrar’s office
As per the process, must keep these documents ready before applying for the document registration and verification.