In Maharashtra, when you're thinking of buying, selling, or just checking land, there are some important papers you should know about:
- 7/12 (Satbara) Extract: This is a key paper in Maharashtra. It's like the land's diary, telling you who owns it, how big it is, and what's being grown if it's farmland.
- Ferfar: This is a paper that updates or corrects details in the 7/12 extract. Think of it like fixing mistakes or adding new details to the land's diary.
- Search Report: Before buying land, people get this report. It’s like a detective's note, showing the history of the land for the last 30 years.
- Property Card: This is like an ID card for buildings in cities. It shows who owns a building or piece of land in urban areas.
- Sale Deed: After you buy or sell land, this paper is the final proof. It's like the bill you get after shopping, showing the deal was done.
- Old 7/12 and Ferfar: Just like keeping old report cards, these are previous versions of the 7/12 and Ferfar. They help see how things changed over time.
- Bhunakasha: This is a detailed map of the land. It’s like a drawing that shows land boundaries clearly.
- Guideline Value: Before buying land, this tells you its average price. It's like checking the price tag before shopping.
- E-Chawadi: This is Maharashtra's online service where you can see and get all these papers. It's like an online folder where the land's story is stored.
In Maharashtra, when it comes to land or property, these papers make everything clear. They tell the full story, so everyone knows the details and there are no surprises.