Service Apply For e-Khata Transfer Online
Department Bangalore Development Authority
Portal Seva Sindhu
State Karnataka
Official Website https://sevasindhu.karnataka.gov.in/Sevasindhu/DepartmentServices
Apply Online https://sevasindhuservices.karnataka.gov.in/directApply.do?serviceId=70

How To Apply For e-Khata Transfer Online in Karnataka?

a. Application submission by allottee (Online, B1/K1 centres, CSC centres, AJSK centres, Bapuji Seva Kendras)
b. The application is routed to Revenue Officer
c. Revenue Officer forwards the application to concerned Revenue Inspector
d. Revenue Inspector verifies and forwards the application to the Manager for recommendations
e. Manager verifies submitted documents and application form and provides recommendations to Revenue Officer
f. Revenue officer approves or rejects the Khata transfer, enters the fee amount and signs the certificate based on the documents verification
g. Applicant makes the payment for the approved Khata transfer application requests
h. Khata transfer certificate is issued online

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Who Can Apply For e-Khata Transfer in Karnataka?

Property should be located in BDA limits. It should be either allotted by BDA or approved by BDA

Supporting Document of Karnataka e-Khata Transfer

Sale Deed:
1. Current Sale deed
2. Mother Deed/Previous sale deeds
3. Encumbrance Certificate (Form -15) till date
4. Tax Paid Receipt (Current Year)
5. ID proof
6. Possession Certificate (if available)
7. Allotment Letter (If available)

Death Of Owner:
1. Mother Deed/Previous sale deeds
2. Encumbrance Certificate (Form -15) till date
3. Tax Paid Receipt (Current Year)
4. ID proof (of all family members)
5. Original Death Certificate
6. Family Tree Issued by Competent Authority
7. Self – Affidavit
8. Joint Affidavit
9. Survival Certificate (Only for Govt employee)
10. Indemnity bond

Will (Registered):
1. Will (Registered)
2. Mother Deed/Previous sale deeds
3. Encumbrance Certificate (Form -15) till date
4. Tax Paid Receipt (Current Year)
5. ID proof
6. Original Death Certificate
7. Family Tree Issued by Competent Authority
8. Self Affidavit
9. Joint Affidavit
10. Survival certificate (Only for Govt employee)
11. Indemnity bond

Gift Deed:
1. Gift deed
2. Mother Deed/Previous sale deeds
3. Encumbrance Certificate (Form -15) till date
4. Tax Paid Receipt (Current Year)
5. ID proof
6. Family Tree Issued by Competent Authority

Partition Deed:
1. Partition deed
2. Mother Deed/Previous sale deeds
3. Encumbrance Certificate (Form -15) till date
4. Tax Paid Receipt (Current Year)
5. ID proof
6. Family Tree Issued by Competent Authority
7. Indemnity bond
8. Original death certificate (If original owner is dead)

Release Deed:
1. Release deed
2. Mother Deed/Previous sale deeds
3. Encumbrance Certificate (Form -15) till date
4. Tax Paid Receipt (Current Year)
5. ID proof

Court Decree:
1. Court Order
2. Encumbrance Certificate (Form -15) till date
3. Tax Paid Receipt (Current Year)
4. Sale Deed/Other property related document
5. ID proof

Settlement Deed:
1. Settlement deed
2. Mother Deed/Previous sale deeds
3. Encumbrance Certificate (Form -15) till date
4. Tax Paid Receipt (Current Year)
5. ID proof

Exchange Deed:
1. Exchange deed
2. Mother Deed/Previous sale deeds
3. Encumbrance Certificate (Form -15) till date

Fee For Karnataka e-Khata Transfer

1. Application Fee : Rs 0
2. Service Charge (Free for Online Submission) : Rs 35
3. Delivery Time (Days) : NA

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