Karnataka to launch software to ease property registration
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Karnataka to launch software to ease property registration

Property registration in Karnataka will become simpler and faster after November 1, as the state government is set to launch a software, Cauvery 2.0, to ensure seamless registration of properties in all sub-registrar offices.

Revenue minister R Ashoka said the new software, which is both people- and department-friendly, is being tested at a sub-registrar's office in Chincholi, Kalaburagi district. It will be launched across the state from November 1.

With the software, people can upload documents of the property to be registered and pay stamp duty and other fees online. After that, they can select a convenient date and time to visit the sub-registrar's office of their choice and give biometric details. "Once they visit the office, the registration process will be completed within 5-10 minutes," Ashoka said.

He said the software is designed in such a way that based on property details and area, it will automatically calculate the fees to be paid by the buyer. "It erases the dependence on third parties for the purpose," Ashoka said.

After registration, the property documents will be sent to the digi-lockers of buyers, besides sending updates through their mobile phones.

At present, people have to make multiple visits to sub-registrar offices owing to technical glitches. "With the new software, these problems will not be there as it is a centralised application. Even if there are any issues, they can be fixed quickly and easily," a revenue official said.

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Property registration in Karnataka will become simpler and faster after November 1, as the state government is set to launch a software, Cauvery 2.0, to ensure seamless registration of properties in all sub-registrar offices. Revenue minister R Ashoka said the new software, which is both people- and department-friendly, is being tested at a sub-registrar's office in Chincholi, Kalaburagi district. It will be launched across the state from November 1. With the software, people can upload documents of the property to be registered and pay stamp duty and other fees online. After that, they can select a convenient date and time to visit the sub-registrar's office of their choice and give biometric details. Once they visit the office, the registration process will be completed within 5-10 minutes, Ashoka said. He said the software is designed in such a way that based on property details and area, it will automatically calculate the fees to be paid by the buyer. It erases the dependence on third parties for the purpose, Ashoka said. After registration, the property documents will be sent to the digi-lockers of buyers, besides sending updates through their mobile phones. At present, people have to make multiple visits to sub-registrar offices owing to technical glitches. With the new software, these problems will not be there as it is a centralised application. Even if there are any issues, they can be fixed quickly and easily, a revenue official said. See also: DDA-RERA tussle ends as 18 projects get registeredTier-II cities emerge as growth drivers for residential realty

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