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MP Land Record

State land records are archived databases that provide information regarding the Records of Rights, sale deeds, tenancies, etc. under various sub-jurisdictions of the state. For the state of Madhya Pradesh, citizens can access the MP land records via the online portal Bhulekh.


MP Bhulekh


Citizens of Madhya Pradesh can view land records and other information regarding land or property from the official website of MP Bhulekh. All records, such as rights, plot status, khatoni code, etc., are available on this portal.

The website aims to eliminate the need for individuals to visit different government departments for any queries or land/property issues.

How Do I Access My Land Records in MP Online?


Follow the steps given below to check MP land record –

  • Visit the official website of MP Bhulekh.
  • Click on the ‘Free Services’ tab.
  • Select ‘Khasra / B1 / Map’.
  • Provide the necessary information – zilla, tehsil, village, etc.
  • Select any one option – Khasra number, khata number, etc.
  • Click ‘Submit’.

As per entered information, relevant MP land record details will be displayed. Users can select any one or multiple of these options to view the records.

How to View Land Record Khasra/Khatoni/Map in Madhya Pradesh?

 

Follow these steps to view the required map on MP BhuAbhilekh portal–

  • After clicking on ‘Free Services’, select ‘Bhu-Naksha’.
  • Enter zilla, tehsil, and village

Upon providing the necessary details, the respective region’s map will be displayed. Users can enter their Khasra number to check its location on the map.

How to Check Property-Related Documents in MP Bhulekh Online?

 

Citizens can visit the ‘Free Services’ tab on the MP Bhuabhilekh portal to check any property-related documents. They can also access several other options as per their requirement.

How Do I Register on the Portal?

 

Click on the ‘Public User’ tab on this portal and then click on ‘Register Public User’ to register and create an account on this portal.

How Can I Track My Request or Transaction Status?

 

Track a request or transaction status simply by entering the acknowledgment number in the ‘Track Status’ option provided on the homepage of BhuAbhilekh MP.

E-Filing Income Tax Due Dates


The due date for filing income tax returns online slated for income generated in FY 2019-20 was put forth as 31st July 2020. It was applicable for all categories of assessees, except businesses requiring audit and those requiring TP report, for which the designated dates were 30th September 2020 and 30th November 2020 respectively.

Owing to current circumstances, assessees under all categories need to file ITR online by 30th November 2020.

Important Dates for Income Tax Return Filing

Following are the important dates concerning income tax return filing that assessees must remember –

  • Proof of investment submission – Before 31st January
  • Last date to make any investment under Section 80C of ITA, 1961 – Before 31st March
  • Due date for e-filing ITR – 31st July
  • Verification of tax returns – Between October and November every year

Penalty for Late Filing of ITR Online

Individuals must file their income tax returns annually before the last date. Failure to do so results in penalty levy under Section 234F of the ITA, 1961, and includes –

  • A fine of Rs.5,000 if assesses file the return within 31st December of the AY
  • Rs.10,000 in other cases.

How to Register for E-Filing Income Tax?

The registration process for e-filing income tax includes the following steps -

  • Visit the Income Tax e-filing portal.
  • Select the ‘User Type’ from these options - Individual, Hindu Undivided Family, Others, etc.
  • Enter designated details like name, PAN, residential status, and date of birth.
  • Fill up the registration form with personal details like address, contact number, password, etc. and submit
  • Verify your submission with OTP confirmation to complete registration on the portal.

Herein, PAN becomes the registration ID for each assessee, which they can utilise to log in to this portal.

Why Should You Complete ITR Filing for AY 2020-21?

E-filing of ITR brings the following benefits for assesses –

  1. It helps track refund claims for any excess tax paid online.
  2. Timely ITR filing helps avoid the penalties levied on late filing.

What are the Different Income Tax Returns Forms?

Different assessee categories can complete e-filing income tax returns via designated forms listed below.

  1. ITR 1 (SAHAJ) – For individuals with income of up to Rs.50 lakh generated from salaries/pension, one house property, and other sources.
  2. ITR 2 – For individuals and members of HUF with no income from business or profession.
  3. ITR 3 – For individuals and members of HUF generating income from business or profession.
  4. ITR 4 (SUGAM) – For individuals/ members of HUF/firms except for LLPs, who generate income from business or profession on a presumptive basis.
  5. ITR 5 – For entities other than individuals, members of HUF, companies, and persons filing ITR under ITR 7.
  6. ITR 6 – Companies apart from those filing ITR under Form ITR 7.
  7. ITR 7 – For entities other than companies who need to file returns under Sections 139 (4A), 139 (4B), 139 (4C), and 139 (4D).
  8. ITR V – Acceptance Form for filing ITR.

Make sure to choose the right form for ITR e-filing and undertake the process well before the due date to eliminate the risk of missing the deadline.

FAQs on MP Land Record

What is Khasra?

Khasra is a type of document issued by a land and revenue department to agricultural plots. It includes various details of land, such as an address, area, survey number, owners and cultivators, revenue, details of crops and soil, source of irrigation, etc.

A Khasra is part of Shajra, another document that displays the entire map of the village where the land is located.

How can I view Khasra details?

To view your khasra details, visit the official website of MP Bhulekh. Click on ‘Free Services’ and then on ‘Khasra/B-1/Map Copy’ to proceed. Next, provide relevant details like village, halka, tehsil, RI circle, and Khasra number.

With this information, your Khasra details will be displayed.

What is a mutation?

Mutation refers to a change or transfer in ownership of a property. The same reflects in the land and revenue records of the local government body.

Mutation can be initiated when passing property to a legal heir, on the death of the original owner, its sale, etc. Ownership can also be transferred in case of leased property. In such cases, an irrevocable power of attorney is necessary.

What are the bases for mutation?

Mutation of a property can be done in the following cases –

  • Death of the property owner
  • Partition or division among legal heirs
  • Legal possession by an heir
  • Purchase or sale
  • Auction
  • Lease
  • Donation
  • Decree
  • Land acquisition by the government

How can I request a mutation?

Mutation can be requested from the official website of MP Bhulekh. Individuals need to register and create an account to access this service. Next, they need to enter their respective Khasra number, halka, village, tehsil, and RI circle to make a request for mutation.

What are the documents required for the purpose of mutation?

Documents required for mutation vary based on requests. Some common documents are –

  • Khasra
  • B1
  • Death certificate of the owner
  • Decree
  • Will or succession certificate
  • Power of attorney
  • Sales deed
  • Receipt of up-to-date property tax payment
  • Receipt for payment registered with a sub-registrar’s office
  • Notarised affidavit on stamp paper of requisite value
  • Mortgage, etc.

What’s the time frame for mutation?

Generally, the time frame for mutation where there are no disputes takes around 45 days. After receiving a mutation application, the local government body can issue a proclamation to summon objections against the same. The time frame for filing objections is usually 15 days.

If an objection is received, the party must file an appeal to a higher authority usually within 30 days after the application for mutation is received.

What is the Bhulekh MP toll-free helpline number?

The toll-free number for Bhulekh Madhya Pradesh is 1800 233 6763. The number is available 7 days a week between 10 am and 6 pm.

Citizens can also reach the office of Commissioner of Land Records & Settlement by dialing 0751-2441200.