How to check online land records in Jammu and Kashmir?
In a recent update, the Union Territory (UT) of Jammu and Kashmir is facing issues concerning State land. Nevertheless, the process of checking land records has become simple, and the digital platform allows access to check Bhulekh details without any hassle.
Read on to know the latest news about JK land records and the procedure to check them in offline and online modes.
The recent announcement on January 9, 2023, by the Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, has upset the local population in J&K as the land types in question are generally used by the poor for shelter and agriculture. Further, the pieces of land registered as Kahcharai and Shamilat are also considered State land as per the latest order. These are village lands primarily used by the community for grazing, dispensaries, and schools, among other activities.
Existing registered titles of land records in Kashmir and land under the presently annulled Roshni Act will also see an impact post the order. The Act is currently under review at the High Court of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh
Go to the official website:
Visit the official portal of Jammu and Kashmir Jamabandi Nakal
Click on ‘Search Land Records’ displayed in the middle of its homepage
You will be redirected to a new page where you will find three options for land records, land parcel search, and feedback/grievance
Click on ‘Land Records (Scanned)’ for document search, print, view, download, movement, and history
A new webpage will appear on the screen. Enter the information related to the district, tehsil, and village. Hit the search button and a list of land records will appear accordingly. Choose the online land records of Jammu and Kashmir from the List.