Access Encumbrance Records on the Net

Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa inaugurated a system that would allow the viewing of encumbrance certificates online. The facility will be available to the public free of cost.

Published: 16th June 2014 07:34 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th June 2014 07:34 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa inaugurated a system that would allow the viewing of encumbrance certificates online. The facility will be available to the public free of cost. The Chief Minister also inaugurated 18 new sub-registrars offices across the State, built at a cost of `9.2 crore.

Jayalalithaa inaugurated the online encumbrance certificate system and the new offices through video conferencing at a function held at the Secretariat on June 11. The system has been set up at `58 lakh, and is expected make it easier for people to access details of real estate they may be planning to purchase.

Jayalalithaa also inaugurated sub-registrar’s offices at Veerapandi, Omalur and Jalakandapuram in Salem, Kaniyur and Udumalpet in Tirupur, Kavilpatti and Kommadikottai in Thothukudi, Sethur and Thiruthangal in Virudhunagar, Thathaiyyangarpettai in Tiruchy, Veppanthattai in Perambalur, Thirupoondi in Nagapattinam, Nangavaram in Karur, Paramathivelur and Kumarapalayam in Namakkal, Vembkkam in Tiruvannamalai, Valliyur in Tirunelveli and Vadakanthal in Villupuram. These 18 sub-registrar offices were constructed at a cost of `9.2 crore.

Commercial taxes and registration minister MC Sampath, chief secretary Mohan Verghese Chunath, government advisor Sheela Balakrishnan and commercial taxes and registration secretary SK Prabhakar were among those who present at the function.

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