E-Swathu helps clarify rural property ownership in Karnataka. Rural Development and Panchayath Raj run it. E-Khatha is available at e-swathu.kar.nic.in.
In today’s post on this blog, we discussed what E Swathu is, the forms that are accessible on the internet portal for E Swathu, the purposes of Form-9 and Form-11, as well as a great deal of other information. The method reduces land and property forgeries and regulates plot/property registrations in unlawful layouts. The E-Swathu portal maintains the newest documentation of ownership and physical specifics of properties under each Gram Panchayat’s dominion, and updates details in case of transfer of ownership, gift, inheritance, acquisition of land for government projects, court cases, liabilities, restrictions, etc.
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E Swathu Karnataka
The state government of Karnataka introduced the online portal known as E Swathu in the year 2021. The Rural Development and Panchayat Raj Department are in charge of administering this online platform. It makes it possible for individuals to get information on the ownership of properties located in rural parts of the state of Karnataka. In Digitized India and with the Internet revolution, such portals have eased the lives of citizens. The number of forged documents relating to transactions involving land and property has decreased because of E Swathu Karnataka. In addition to this, it also controls the registration of unlawful plots.
E Swathu Form 9
Form 9, also known as the A-Khata document and is created by the gram panchayat, specifically for non-agricultural properties under their jurisdiction. To issue a Form-9, the property should fulfill the following conditions.
- It should be legally converted to a non-agricultural property by the Revenue Department Office concerned, as per the Karnataka Land Revenue Act, 1964.
- It should have approvals for plans under the government department concerned.
- Property should be verified by the tahsildar and its location within the gramathana of the village confirmed.
- Property should be issued to beneficiaries of the Basava Vasathi, Ambedkar, and Indira Awaas Yojana government housing schemes.
E-Swathu: What is Form 11
The individual GPs are also responsible for completing Form-11 for any non-agricultural assets that fall within their jurisdiction.
- In accordance with the Karnataka Panchayat Raj (Grama Panchayat Budgeting and Accounting Rules) Rules 2006, it has been released (Rule 30, Amendment Rules 2013).
- This record is also known as the Register of Demand, Collection, and Balance of land and building. Another name for this register is the Demand Register.
The primary purpose of the Form-9 and the Form-11 is to facilitate the process of collecting property tax.
E Swathu Karnataka Objectives
Its primary objective is to cut down on fraud and forgery involving real estate and properties. E Swathu Karnataka’s main role is that maintain ownership and physical property data for each gram panchayat. E-Swathu updates information in situations of succession, property exchange or gifts, government land acquisitions, court proceedings, limitations, obligations, etc., A property owner may communicate property facts using this portal to avoid forgeries and keep records.
E Swathu Karnataka Features
Features of E Swathu Karnataka Features are listed below:
- It makes it clear who owns property in rural areas of Karnataka by giving them legal ways to produce documents.
- As the system is digital It keeps up-to-date records of who owns what.
- It also keeps track of the physical details of properties that are under the control of the Gram Panchayat.
- If needed, the Gram Panchayat department can easily tell other government offices about the property information. Government agencies if need data they can simply ask the Gram Panchayat Department and will quickly find the details of the ownerships etc.
- On the E Swathu Karnataka portal, citizens can find information about ownership changes, gifts, inheritances, government projects that need land, and court cases.
- The website is supported by the state language which is Kannada and English as well.
- The Panchayat Development Officer digitally signs all forms at E Swathu. It has a unique number that can be used to check the document. So authentication becomes solid.
Documents for Form 9
Form 9: Gram Panchayats make this form for non-farming properties that fall under their control.
- Rules, 2006 say that the Karnataka Panchayat Raj is in charge of putting out this document (Rule 28, Amendment Rules 2013).
- Under the Town and Country Planning Act, the government department in charge of the plan should sign off on the form.
- Make sure the tahsildar checks your form and that a sketch shows where it is located in the gramathana of the village.
- The form is usually given to people who live in government housing schemes like Basava Vasati, Ambedkar, and Indira Awaas Yojana.
- Applicants , ID proof such as Voter id , Aadhar card, Address proof, and also a photograph.
Documents for Form 11
- Form 11 isn’t used for farming.
- The 2006 Karnataka Panchayat Raj Rules should be used to decide who has the right to rule.
- The Register of Demand, Collection, building and Balance of land is used to create Form 11, which is an extract from that record.
Uses of Form 9 & 11
- Importantly, Form 9 and Form 11 are often used in the process of collecting property taxes. By the existence of papers, the owner property is compelled to pay the tax.
- In addition to this, these papers are necessary for the registration of non-agricultural properties and are required in order to complete the process.
- These are essential property papers that must be shown when selling real estate under the purview of the gram panchayat.
E Swathu Karnataka: How to Create Form 9 & Form 11
Follow the steps carefully:
- Visit the official website.
- The homepage will appear on your device screen.
- The first step is to launch the portal and input your login ID in the appropriate field. Because only then can you progress towards availing benefits of the portal.
- In order to log into the web portal, you will need to use the fingerprint biometric input. At every tier of the login process, you will be required to provide biometric verification.
- Once you have successfully logged in, a menu will appear on the far left-hand side of the website. For the insertion of new property information, choose the second available option (hosadaagiaasthi vivaragala servade).
- Then Enter all of the data that is available in the fields that are provided, and then click on “Ulisu aasthi” at the bottom of the page.
- After you have saved the file, go to the previous step and choose the ‘Owner’ option.
- In this section, you are tasked with performing the following actions inside the many tabs that are accessible on the screen:
- Fill in the information about the owner(s).
- Please provide any documentation that may verify your ownership.
- Enter property details such as property’s Dimensions, GP coordinates, Rights, Liabilities, Documents Necessary, and Survey No., as well as any other information that is required. After entering all of the information, be sure you click the Save button.
For Form 11
- If you are also registering for Form-11, as seen in the picture to the right, you will need to submit your Registration Details as well as your Electricity Details. When you save the entries, Forms 9 and 11 will automatically be created for you.
- Select the application number that appears when you have finished saving your submission.
- To forward the application to the subsequent stage of official approval, choose the “karyadarshiya anumodanege sallisu” option from the menu on the far left, which is the fourth choice from the top.
- Entails selecting the home or business, making any necessary remarks, and then clicking the “Forward” button.
- The gram panchayat secretary will be able to view, via the use of their login, the forms that are waiting for verification with them after they have been prepared and sent to the gram panchayat secretary, who is responsible for them. After confirming the application’s legitimacy, they will either forward it on to the Panchayat Development Officer or send it back for further editing.
Search Form 9 and Form 11
- Visit the official website and click “Search Property” on the home page.
- You’ll arrive on a new page.
- Choose details like District, Block, Gram Panchayat, Village, Property ID, Owner’s Name, and “Printed Forms” from the dropdown menus in each field.
- When you’re done, click the “Search” button.
- In the search, you will find out the following:
- Document Number, Property Code, ID of the Property Owner’s name, Name of the village and Asset number.
- To get the form, click on Document No. This is how you can get both Form-9 and Form-11.
- If you want to see other information, click on “All.”
- You will be able to see the Property details.
Kaveri Reports Property Status
Follow these procedures to check the status of your property using E-Kaveri Swathu’s Reports:
- Visit the official website.
- After logging in on the official portal.
- Then on the page drop-down appears. “Kaveri Reports” click on it.
- Select Property ID, Registration No., Village-wise, Date-wise, or Abstract Report. Pick any data point.
- Below is a village-by-village report. Request ID, Registration No., Record Date, District, Taluk, Gram Panchayat, Village, Property ID, Buyer Name, Address, and Status are shown.
- Click the Request Id to receive the seller’s name. You will get the status.
Types of Changes or Mutations
The title of a piece of property can be passed from one person to another in a number of ways, such as through a sale or an inheritance. The mutation of property, which is the official registration of a change in ownership, makes sure that the right person pays property taxes.
Only then can you register yourself with the gram panchayat or SRO. There are two main kinds of changes to a property:
Registered Changes: When a property is registered at the Stamps and Registration Office (SRO), the details are entered directly on E-Swathu.
Changes that aren’t registered: If a property isn’t registered at an SRO, the modification is made at the local gram panchayat office.
The different types of unregistered mutations are:
- Sale Deed
- Property Number Change
- Change in the kind of property
- Gift Deed for Changing the Type of Roof on a Building Etc.
Calculate tax on E Swathu Karnataka
Follow these steps: –
- First, visit the e-swathu official website.
- Click on Property Tax Calculation under ‘Verify’ in the menus on the homepage
- Then Enter the property ID and tax year.
- Finally, click Submit.
- Property tax due amount will be calculated.