Slot booking from today

Kaakateeya CS Someshkumar, who has announced the commencement of non-agricultural asset registrations from 14, has 94 days to wait for the registration of assets through the ‘AndhraJyoti’ card, which has been pre-arranged for each asset registration slot through the Mokshapata method. The statewide registration process, which has been stalled for 94 days, will begin on the 14th (Monday). Bookings for the slots will start from Friday, CS Somesh Kumar said in a statement on Thursday. It is learned that ‘Andhra Jyoti’ published the article on Thursday that registrations will start from Monday. The government took a quick decision as the High Court had directed that the registration of assets should be started through the old method ‘card’ (Computer-aided Administration-of-Registration-Department) of the Department of Registrations. Officials of the Department of Stamps-Registrations have taken appropriate steps for these registrations to be carried out in card manner. They have been busy preparing the card software since the night. The demo was held on the card software on Tuesday itself. Will there be any technical problems as it has been stalled for a long time ..? That was examined. There are already 141 sub-registrar offices in the state connected to the central server in Gatchibauli. The card process has been discontinued with the intention of making the Dharani portal accessible. Registrations have been closed since September 8. As of Thursday, 94 days had passed. On Tuesday, the court ruled that it had not ordered the suspension of non-agricultural registrations. The government on Thursday directed that registrations be initiated through the card system and that a slot booking system be implemented. This paved the way for registrations. Time for Slot Booking The slot booking system is already in place for asset registrations at the offices of the Slab Sub-Registrar. No special time is allotted for this. But now time slabs are going to be put into slot booking. Registration must be completed at the same time as booking any time slab. This means that sellers must first take a stamp duty challan and book a slot in the Department of Stamps-Registrations card software. Specify the specified date and time. The slot should include details such as chalana, any kind of document, seller’s name, documents etc. Vendors and witnesses are required to go to the Sub-Registrar’s office and complete the property registrations within the time and date specified in the slot. Slots booking time will be from 10.30 am to 5.30 pm. Only 15 registrations per day ..? The registration process at the offices of the Sub-Registrar (CSR) takes about half an hour to complete. Due to the lack of time in the slot so far some registrations were done early and some late. Now that the slots have time slabs, the registration has to be completed within that slab. Sources said that up to 15 registrations are likely to take place on this calculation day. Until now, 20-30 documents per day were registered in the offices of the Sub-Registrar in Hyderabad, 40-50 documents in the suburbs and 20-30 documents in the districts. At present the number of slots is likely to decrease with the time slabs. Assets with Property Tax Identification Number will be registered. He says there may not be much pressure in this regard. In particular, very few non-agricultural property registrations take place at the SR offices in the district. Information that all types of deeds like Sale, Gift, Mortgage, Deposit, GPA, SPA, Will etc. are allowed. The state government has decided to register non-agricultural assets as a result of three months of concern by the Telangana Real Estate Association over the difficulties it faces with the suspension of registrations as a result of the struggle, said Naragoni Praveen, convener of the association. Dharani said there were several concerns that the registrations should be done in the old manner and eventually the government was moved by the intervention of the High Court. He said the unforeseen decision of the CM KCR had caused a loss of about Rs 3,000 crore to the state exchequer. Plots without LRS were also demanded to be registered.Source