How do I get A khata from BBMP?

Khata is a legal document issued to property owners and it essentially consists of information such as owner name, size, area and location of the property and if the property is residential or commercial

A- Khata denotes a document that the property owner has duly paid relevant property taxes to the BBMP and is in ownership of a legal property. With an A Khata in hand, property owners can apply for basic amenities like electricity, water, sewage and avail loans on the property

Documents require to apply for A- Khata:

  • Registered Deed
  • Encumbrance Certificate (EC)
  • Tax paid receipt
  • Seller Khata if purchased from individual
  • Occupation Certificate if purchased from builder
  • Aadhar (mobile number should linked to Aadhar)

Fees to apply for A- Khata application: Approx 2% of sale deed’s stamp duty

For Example: If you purchased a property for Rs. 50 Lakh. Would have paid the stamp duty of 5.1% of buying price, that is Rs. 50,00,000 X 5.1% = 2,55,000

Your khata fee is approx Rs. 2,55,000 X 2% = 5100 (in Rs.)

The A-Khata payment receipt looks like below image:

A khata

Lead time to get the A-khata is 35 working days.

File the A-Khata application online on Sakala Online service,

In a separate answer, we wrote a detailed procedure to apply for A-khata. This answer is applicable for both new property and resale property, linking the answer below for your reference



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