REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT

REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT

The registration department is one of the oldest departments in the all state of our country. People in all walks of life, contact the Department of Registration at least once in their lives for making of caste certificate,marriage certificate income certificate registration for property etc.
The main objective of the registration laws is to provide proof of the dignity of the documents, to promote the transaction, to prevent fraud, the transfer of material, and to provide security to the rights reserved in the event of loss or loss of original documents. The Department of Registration is the third rural resource source in the state exchequer after sales tax department and excise department. Registration rules are not controlled by the regulator, but rather the principals.
in this article i will provide link of different registration department in different state in India starting with central government registration department.

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT

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1. NEW DELHI REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT

Delhi is divided in Eleven Revenue District. Each district is headed by a Deputy Commissioner, who has under him an Additional District Magistrate, Sub Divisional Magistrates, Tehsildars and Sub-Registrar. The District Administration carries out diverse variety of functions including magisterial matters, revenue courts, issue of various statutory documents, registration of property, conduct of elections, relief & rehabilitations, land acquisition and various other areas which are too numerous to be numerated. The District Administration in Delhi is the de-facto enforcement department for all kinds of Government Policies and exercises supervisory powers over numerous other functionaries of the Government. At the apex of revenue hierarchy is the Divisional Commissioner who is also the District Magistrate of Delhi and Inspector General of Registration. He is also designated as Secretary (Revenue) and Collector under various Revenue Acts.
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2. KERALA REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT

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3. UTTARPRADESH REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT  

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4. PUNJAB REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT

The Department of Revenue, Rehabilitation & Disaster Management is headed by the Financial Commissioner Revenue, who is also Additional Chief Secretary to Government of Punjab in respect of Revenue Department. The State of Punjab is divided into five divisions namely; Jalandhar, Patiala, Roopnagar, Ferozepur and Faridkot and each division is headed by the Divisional Commissioner. Divisions are divided into Districts, which are headed by the Deputy Commissioners, who also exercises the powers of Collector and Registrar under Indian Registration and Stamp Acts. Districts are divided into Sub-Divisions, Tehsils and Sub-Tehsils. Sub Divisions are headed by Sub Divisional Magistrates, Tehsils are headed by Tehsildars and Sub-Tehsils are headed by Naib Tehsildars. There are 22 districts, 91 Sub-Divisions, 91 Tehsils and 81 Sub-Tehsils in the State of Punja
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5. REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT RAJASTHAN

The Department of Registration and Stamps is responsible for the registration of transactions of various kinds, most important of which are transactions of properties. In all, 34 kinds of deeds and transactions come under the purview of the Department. The limits of the taxes to be levied on the transactions are determined by the State Government, which are revised from time to time. The Department is an important contributor to the gross income of the State Government. The Department of Registration and Stamps is situated in Ajmer, and is headed by the Inspector General – Registration and Stamps, an officer of the Indian Administrative Services.
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6. REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT MADHYAPARDESH

The Department of Registration and Stamps is one of the major revenue earning departments of the State of Madhya Pradesh. The Department has four regional offices located at Bhopal, Gwalior, Jabalpur and Indore, working under zonal Deputy Inspector Generals of Registration. There are 51 District Registrar offices and 234 Sub Registrar offices in the state. All officers are subordinate to the Inspector General of Registration, whose headquarter is at Bhopal.
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7. REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT JHARKHAND

This portal is intended to provide various utility services related with the different functions of the Registration Department and registry processes like- Online Application for Deed Registration, online fee payment, online Search ,online Registration of Society/ Firm Checking Minimum Valuation of Land ,list of Stamp and Registration fee and to give information about various Acts/ Rules, Notification, Circular of dept.

8.REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT OF MAHARASHTRA 

9.REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT OF WEST BANGAL

10. REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT OF TELANGANA