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gopalanayak

Land record survey

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gopalanayak

I have applied for surveying my land property. When i ask survey, They told that there is rule in survey the land now. But he can arrange temporary survey.

 

Can anyone clarify what is the difference between temporary survey and permanent survey. The agriculture land in rural area.

 

Thank in advance

Gopal

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Prasad GLN

The rules may vary from state to state. Please file RTI Application before concerned jurisdictional Tahasildar asking for excerpts from directives on getting a land surveyed, payment of fees (Table depending on extent), duration, competent authority, copy of prescribed application, preferred period (When crops are there, generally survey is not possible) for survey etc., and you may ask them as to what is a temporary survey and permanent survey. ( A temporary survey as per my knowledge is only to satisfy ourselves. A permanent survey is erecting demarcation stones in all eight boundaries in presence of neighbors mostly in case of sale.) In AP one has to file prescribed application enclosing possession or ownership documents showing the boundaries, and concerned Mandal Revenue officer orders to surveyor to fix up the cost, he will write a challan for ;prescribed fees, the challan copy and the prescribed application has to be handed over to MRO. Surveyor will contact in order of his preference in normal course, and the neighbors should also be invited to attend with their documents, and boundary stones mostly concrete structures will be immediately placed at each point in his presence.

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gopalanayak

Thanks for reply Prasad. the land is in Karnataka.

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