Dear friends, I applied for patta for a land in chennai in april ,so far I have not received any reply, its more than 4 months,is it normal for it to take this long, whats the procedures the taluk office follows for processing patta. Its a sub division patta, thats "thani patta".
any way how to track the progress with out visiting them? .
does it mean that chitta and adangal will automatically follow patta, or does one have to apply for the same.
I would also like to know if I have to pay any taxes or make any payments for a vacant land.I have only built a fence.
thank you.
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