Chief minister Bhupesh Baghel in Chhattisgarh from 5 dismills to remove restrictions in the sale and purchase of small land blocks, government guide line rates of property and reduction in registration fees – great relief to the people especially middle class of the state. Is received. Due to these decisions, during the Corona period in the state, there has been a significant increase in the registration of revenue documents and revenue receipts compared to the month of October last year.

In the month of October 2019, 16 thousand 504 documents were registered, while 18 thousand 754 documents have been registered in the month of October of 2020, which is 13.63 percent more than the month of October last year. In this way, in the month of October 2019, the revenue of Rs 117 crore 60 lakhs was obtained from the registration of documents, while in the month of October 2020, the registration of documents has received revenue of Rs 127 crore 85 lakhs. This amount is 8.71 percent higher than the month of October of 2019.

Significantly, during the Corona period the registration offices remained closed for long periods due to lockdown or operated with reduced capacity and Corona guide line restrictions, despite which an increase in registration and revenue receipts was recorded. Several decisions were taken by the state government to encourage the real sector, the ban on sale of small land blocks was removed, the guide line rates of property were reduced by 30 percent, the process of land renaming and diversion was simplified.

Along with this, the registry fee was reduced from 4 percent to 2 percent and the process of giving all types of permission and no-objection certificates was made easy with the single window system for registration of documents. In view of Corona infection in the state, registration of documents is being done through online e-registration system. In view of the safety of infection with Kovid-19, online appointment slot booking has been made mandatory for registration.