Know More About Khata Transfer

What Is Khata Transfer

When the ownership of a property is transferred to another for reasons other than outright sale, it is termed as khata transfer. This could be done as extending gifts or under a person’s will in case of his death. Documents required for khata transfer include: Title deed. Receipts of taxes paid.

All of us who have purchased an Apartment and are property owners in Bangalore, know that Khata Transfer is an important to-do to complete the set of official property documents. Khata Transfer is also important for paying the property tax and avoid incurring any fine for negligence.

Time required For Khata Transfer

  1. 7 working days in the case of BDA/KHB allotted properties

  2. 30 working days in the case of revenue extensions, BDA re-conveyed areas, gramathana, high-rise buildings (both apartments & commercial complexes)

Khata Types

A Khatha

B Khatha

Considered as a legal property

Considered as an illegal or semi-legal property

Falls under BBMP jurisdiction

Falls under local jurisdiction

Transfer of ownership is possible

Not possible

Loans can be availed

Cannot avail loans

Building plan approval, building license, trade license can be obtained

Cannot obtain the same

Permission for construction

Cannot proceed with construction

Water and electricity connections can be applied for

Cannot apply for the same

Resale of property is possible

Improvements to property/resale is not permitted

Contents of a Khatha

  • Property owner’s name

  • Size of the property/measurement of the property

  • Location of the property

  • Built-up area of the property

  • Whether the property is vacant or occupied

  • Purpose of utilization of the property

  • The annual value of the property

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Documents Required For Khata Transfer

*Application in prescribed form

*Title documents & flow chart of the title

*Copy of up to date tax paid receipt

*Affidavit regarding / inheritance / gift / court decree

*Application in prescribed form

*Original Khatadar's Death Certificate