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Tnreginet: How to get EC, guideline value online in Tamil Nadu using TN Reginet

[ecis2016.org] Here is everything you need to know about the Tnreginet portal, a repository of land and property-related information in Tamil Nadu

What is Tnreginet?

Tnreginet is the official portal of the Tamil Nadu Registration Department through which the state government offers its citizens an array of services, including registration of various documents. The TN Reginet website is meant to simplify the registration process for birth, marriage, death and chit fund. It also helps users search encumbrance certificates.

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The Tnreginet portal also acts as a repository of land and property transaction and ownership-related information.

The Tamil Nadu registration department is headed by an Inspector-General of Registration (IGR) who is responsible for all the services offered by the Tnreginet portal.

Tnreginet portal services

The Tnreginet portal (https://tnreginet.gov.in/portal/) offers the following services:

  • Tamil Nadu Tnreginet guideline value search
  • Online application for Tnreginet EC (Encumbrance Certificate)
  • Online EC view
  • Online status for EC
  • Marriage registration
  • Online marriage certificate application
  • Birth registration
  • Death registration
  • Land registration
  • Firm registration
  • Chit fund registration
  • Application for society certification
  • Online document registration
  • Online document status check
  • Calculating building value
  • Online certified documents check
  • Society search
  • Stamp vendor search
  • Document writer search
  • Stamp duty rates and calculation
  • Registered property search

Also read all about IGRS market value in Andhra Pradesh (AP)

Tnreginet: User registration

To avail of the services on Tnreginet, you have to register yourself on the portal.

Follow this guide for user registration on the Tnreginet portal:

Step 1: On the Tnreginet web portal, click on the ‘Registration’ option.

Tnreginet

Step 2: Key in all the details in the user registration form, hit the ‘Complete Registration’ button.

Tnreginet login

Tnreginet: Know how to get EC, Guideline value online in Tamil Nadu

Tnreginet: Know how to get EC, Guideline value online in Tamil Nadu

Note that new users must avail any one of the registered user’s services on Tnreginet within seven days from the date of creation of the user profile. Otherwise, their user ID will be deactivated automatically. Existing users must avail any one of the registered user’s services every three months from the date of the last activity on Tnreginet. Otherwise, their user ID will be deactivated automatically.

Tnreginet EC: How to search encumbrance certificate on Tnreginet?

In 2021, the Tamil Nadu government made it mandatory for the Registration Department to issue encumbrance certificates (EC) to business enterprises within three days. You can use the Tnreginet government portal for downloading encumbrance certificates for free. You can also get a certified EC copy within three days by e-mail.

To view Tnreginet EC online, follow these steps:

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Step 1: On the Tnreginet portal, click on the option ‘E-Services’.

Tnreginet EC

Step 2: When you reach the ‘Encumbrance Certificate’ option on Tnreginet, click on ‘View EC’.

Tnreginet encumbrance certificate

Step 3: The Tnreginet portal will display the ‘Search Encumbrance Certificate’ screen. Fill in all the details to proceed with Tnreginet online EC search.

Tnreginet: Know how to get EC, Guideline value online in Tamil Nadu

Step 4: Fill in the zone, district, EC start date and survey details, and click the ‘Add’ button. Enter the captcha code and click ‘Search’.

Tnreginet guideline value

Tnreginet guideline value is the minimum price at which land and property can be registered Tamil Nadu.

For the uninitiated, state governments are responsible for assigning a monetary value to all the land and property under their jurisdiction. They assign a minimum rate to every land and property below which it cannot change hands. This minimum transaction rate is known by various names in various states of India – circle rate, minimum value rate, ready reckoner rate, guideline value or guidance value, collector rates, etc. The basic minimum value in TN is known as Tnreginet guideline value.

As is true in all states, the Tnreginet guideline value is revised from time to time to bring the guideline value of the property closer to the market rates. (To know the difference between guidance value and market rates of property, read our complete guide here.)

Tnreginet guideline value is based on the sales details of property in each category as recorded in the past two years and on-field inspections.

[ecis2016.org] Guideline Value in Tamil Nadu: All you need to know

Guideline value Tnreginet: Steps to check guideline value of a property in TN

Tnreginet enables prospective buyers and sellers in Tamil Nadu to check the guideline value of property online. Here are the steps to find out Tamil Nadu guideline value of land and property on the Tnreginet portal:

Step 1: Go to the Tnreginet portal, https://tnreginet.gov.in/portal/. Click on ‘Guideline Value’ on the home page.

Tnreginet guideline value

Step 2: The next page will display the guideline value of property in Tamil Nadu, starting from the year 2002 till 2017 (this is when the guidance value in Tamil Nadu was last revised).

Tnreginet: Know how to get EC, Guideline value online in Tamil Nadu

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Step 3: Select the period for which you want to check the Tnreginet guideline value. You will be redirected to the ‘Guideline Value & Property Valuation’ page. Fill in all the required details and hit ‘Search’.

Tnreginet: Know how to get EC, Guideline value online in Tamil Nadu

Note: Tamil Nadu guidance value is fixed based on the street number in developed areas, and based on survey number for land and property in developing areas. Click on the option applicable in your case to proceed with your search on Tnreginet. Information on guideline value of about 2.19 lakh streets and over 4.46 crore survey numbers are available on Tnreginet.

Step 4: Your search result on Tnreginet will display the Tamil Nadu guideline value for every street, based on the selected zone and registration details.

Tnreginet: Know how to get EC, Guideline value online in Tamil Nadu

Tnreginet: Jurisdiction check process

Only your local jurisdiction can provide you with the land and other related details. Find out the local jurisdiction of your area by following these steps on the Tnreginet portal:

  • On the Tnreginet homepage, go to the ‘Know your Jurisdiction’ option.
  • Fill in the street name or village name, and hit ‘Submit’.

Tnreginet: Know how to get EC, Guideline value online in Tamil Nadu

Tnreginet: Building value calculation

Calculation of property value is necessary to know about stamp duty and registration charge payment in Tamil Nadu at the time of property registration. You can check the building value calculation on the Tnreginet portal.

On the Tnreginet home screen, click on the ‘Building value calculation’ option at the bottom of the page.

Tnreginet: Know how to get EC, Guideline value online in Tamil Nadu

Fill in all the details in the form to know your building value.

Tnreginet: Know how to get EC, Guideline value online in Tamil Nadu

Tnreginet: Know how to get EC, Guideline value online in Tamil Nadu

Also read: How to get EC Patta Chitta online in Tamil Nadu?

Tamil Nadu stamp duty and registration charge

Category of document Stamp duty Registration fee
Sale deed 7% on the market value of the property 4% on the market value of property
Gift deed 7% on the market value of the property 4% on the market value of the property
Exchange deed 7% on the market value of the greater value 4% on the market value of the greater value
Simple mortgage deed 1% (on the loan amount) subject to a maximum of Rs 40,000 1% on loan amount subject to a maximum of Rs 10,000
Mortgage with possession deed 4% on loan amount 1% subject to the maximum of Rs 2,00,000
Agreement to sale Rs 20 1% on the money advanced (1% on total consideration if possession is given)
Agreement relating to construction of a building 1% on the cost of the proposed construction or the value of construction or the consideration specified in the agreement, whichever is higher 1% on the cost of the proposed construction or the value of construction or the consideration specified in the agreement, whichever is higher
Cancellation deed Rs 50 Rs 50
Partition deed
I) Partition among family members 1% on the market value of the property subject to a maximum of Rs 25,000 for each share 1% subject to a maximum ofRs 4,000 for each share.
II) Partition among non-family members 4% on the market value of the property for separated shares 1% on the market value of the property for separated shares
Power of attorney
I) General power of attorney to sell an immovable property Rs 100 Rs 10,000
II) General power of attorney to sell an immovable property (Power is given to a family member) Rs 100 Rs 1,000
III) General power of attorney to sell the movable property & for other purposes Rs 100 Rs 50
IV) General power of attorney given for consideration 4% on consideration 1% on consideration or Rs 10,000, whichever is higher
Settlement deed
I) In favour of family members 1% on the market value of the property but not exceeding Rs 25,000 1% on the market value of the property, subject to a maximum of Rs 4,000/-
II) Other cases 7% on the market value of the property 4% on the market value of the property
Partnership deed
I) Where the capital doesn’t exceed Rs 500 Rs 50 1% on the capital invested
II) Other cases Rs 300 1% on the capital invested
Memorandum of deposit of title deeds 0.5% on the loan amount, subject to a maximum of Rs 30,000 1% on the loan amount, subject to a maximum of Rs 6,000
Release deed
I) Release among family members (coparceners) 1% on the market value of the property, but not exceeding Rs 25,000 1% on the market value of the property, subject to a maximum of Rs 4,000
II) Release among non-family members (co-owner and benami release) 7% on the market value of the property 1% on the market value of the property
Lease
Lease below 30 years 1% on the total amount of rent, premium, fine, etc. 1%, subject to a maximum of Rs 20,000
Lease up to 99 years 4% on the total amount of rent, premium, fine, etc. 1%, subject to a maximum of Rs 20,000
Lease above 99 years or perpetual lease 7% on the total amount of rent, fine, premium of advance, if any 1%, subject to a maximum of Rs 20,000
Declaration of trust (if a property is there, it would be considered as a sale) Rs 180

Source: Tnreginet

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FAQs

How many sub-registrar offices are there in Tamil Nadu?

There are 575 sub-registrar offices in Tamil Nadu.

When was the guideline value last revised in Tamil Nadu?

The guideline value in Tamil Nadu was last revised in 2017. Plans are afoot to revise them again, and a decision is expected in 2022.

How many days does it take for issuing documents for the transfer of the name of the property owner in Tamil Nadu?

It takes 15 days to issue documents for the transfer of the name of the property owner.

How can I enquire about guideline value in Tamil Nadu?

These are the numbers you could use to inquire about guidance value in Tamil Nadu: 044-24640160; 044-24642774. You can also write an email to helpdesk@tnreginet.net.

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Debora Berti

Università degli Studi di Firenze, IT

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