CTS number in Mumbai: Everything you need to know

[] The CTS number, full form of which is City Title Survey Number or Chain and Triangulation Survey number, is an identification number of your land or property in Mumbai. Read on, to know where it can be used and how to find it

Every land parcel in Mumbai is identified on the basis of a city survey number also called the Chain and Triangulation Survey number or CTS number in Mumbai. In this article, we will discuss its importance and how to get the CTS number for a property in Mumbai.

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What is the CTS number?

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The CTS number of your property is an identifier. This number can help prospective home buyers to find out information about a property that they may be interested in. It is important for many reasons. For example, only when you provide the CTS number, will the authorities provide you with basic amenities such as a water or electricity connection. Besides, all future transactions may require you to quote this number. It is also important, because it decides how much stamp duty you would be required to pay for your property in Mumbai. Other benefits include:

  • You will be able to track unauthorised constructions.
  • You will be able to obtain building approvals and necessary permissions, required to make modifications to your property.
  • You can check property records online, using the CTS number.
  • You can also access land records on Mahabhulekh.

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CTS number: How is it determined?

Between 1963 and 1967, a city survey of the Mumbai suburban district was carried out. After this, a property card with respect to each city survey number, was also prepared. The superintendent of land records in Mumbai heads the entire operations of the department.

How to find CTS number of a property in Mumbai online?

You can find CTS number in Mumbai online official website of Maharashtra Bhumi Abhilekh or Mahabhulekh portal. The Maharashtra government has promoted the digitization of property records that enables citizens to obtain property-related details online. The website allows you to obtain 7/12 extract that has the CTS number.

How to obtain information about property’s CTS number?

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The CTS number is mentioned in the 7/12 utara (7/12 extract) and the property card. In case of apartments, the number is mentioned on the first page where the schedule of the property agreement starts. However, if you are unsure, you can always visit a CTS office (CTSO). In case your property is in Ghatkopar, you will have to approach the Kurla taluka office.

Complete list of CTS offices in Mumbai and jurisdiction

Taluka CTSO Villages
Andheri Andheri Andheri, Ismailia, Ambivali, Bandivali, Madh, Majas, Mogara, Versova, Oshivara
Andheri Bandra Bandra, Paris Ghakhar, Kole-Kalyan
Andheri Vile-Parle Vile-Parle, Gundavali, Kondivita, Bapnala, Chakala, Juhu, Bramhanwada, Parjapur, Marol, Mulgaon, Vyarvali, Sahar
Borivali Borivali Borivali, Kandivali, Eksar, Dahisar, Gorai, Manori, Magathane, Mandpeshwar, Shimpoli, Charkop, Kanheri
Borivali Goregaon Aksa, Akurli, Erangal, Daravali, Pahari-Eksar, Pahari-Goregaon, Poisar, Malavani, Marve, Valanai, Wadhavan
Borivali Malad Aarey, Kurar, Klerabad, Goregaon, Gundgaon, Chichavali, Tulsi, Dindoshi, Sai, Malad
Kurla Mulund Kopari, Kanjur, Tirandaj, Nahur, Pawai, Paspoli, Bhandup, Mulund
Kurla Ghatkopar Asalpha, Kirol, Ghatkopar, Ghatkopar-Kirol, Chandivali, Tungao, Deonar, Vikhroli, Hariyali
Kurla Chembur Anik, Chembur, Turbhe, Borla, Mankhurd, Maravali, Mandale, Vadhavali, Mahul
Kurla Kurla Kurla, Mohali, Saki

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How many villages are under the Mumbai suburban district?

There are 86 villages under the Mumbai suburban district.

Where can I check application status of the property card?

You can check application status of the property card on the website, the official website of the Mumbai city collectorate.

How to find CTS number of my property in Juhu?

Please visit the CTSO in Vile-Parle under Andheri Taluka for information on the CTS number of your property in Juhu.

(With inputs from Sneha Sharon Mammen)

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Debora Berti

Università degli Studi di Firenze, IT

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