Online Khata Transfer

What is E-Khata?

  • E-Khata refers to electronic khata or computerized khata that can be filed by property owners. It enables property owners to pay their property tax online.A property proprietor in Bangalore can mileageE-khata only if the concerned property has been issued a valid khata as well as a PID ( Property Identification) number. The khata and PID number is entered by a property proprietor only after a thorough government verification of the property.Any property that's listed under the B khata won't be suitable to mileageE-Khata as B khata parcels don't have PID figures. Only those parcels registered under the A khata and having a PID number assigned to them can gainE-Khata.

What is Khata Transfer?

  • Khata transfer is needed when the power of property is transferred from one person to another for any reason like trade of property, gift, will or in case of death of property proprietor and so on. The operation for Khata transfer is same as that for enrollment and the documents demanded along with operation are the following.
  • Documents required for Khata Transfer:-
    • Absolute Sale Deed.
    • Latest Tax paid receipt.
    • Encumbrance Certificate.
    • Previous Khata & Khata Extract copy.
    • Customer has to pay fee of 2% on stamp duty what they paid at the time of Registration.

    If any further Documents is required we will update you.

Advantages of E-Khata.

There are several advantages associated with E-Khata, such as:

  • E-Khata allows property owners to make payments for their property tax online, at their own convenience and from the comfort of their home or office.
  • Property owners can receive property tax payment receipts using the PID number.
  • Property owners can easily obtain the latest khata certificate and extract for their property from any BBMP office.

Documents required for registration of E-Khata

For a property proprietor having a property distributed by Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) or Karnataka Housing Board, the following documents are demanded to apply forE-Khata enrollment along with the operation form

  • Attested copy of the Absolute Sale Deed.
  • Copy of the previous khata.
  • Latest Encumbrance Certificate (EC).
  • Copy of previous property tax receipt.
  • Sketch showing the location and measurement of the property.
  • NOC from BDA for amalgamation or bifurcation.
  • 3 Photos of the property owner.
  • Copy of Photo ID proof of the property owner, such as PAN card/Passport/Driving License.


How it Works?

  • Submit Information
  • Drafting
  • Confirmation
  • Payment
  • Printing
  • Notary
  • Fast Delivery

Terms & Conditions :-

  • Documentation, printing, Rs.20/- E-Stamp Paper, Notary services, handling, and courier charges were all included in the above fee.If the customer desires an E-Stamp Paper with a value greater than Rs.20/-, there will be a pricing difference.Estimated Delivery Timings:- 24 Hours