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Tamilnadu land guideline value details
Guideline Value of any land should truly reflect the market value. Guideline values have been fixed for all the areas in the State. Well established residential areas have only street based guideline values. The guideline values have been fixed for each survey number. This will remain unchanged till the next revision. Higher value registration will not have not have automatic adoption for subsequent registration. This guideline value help the registering officer in the detection of prima facie under valuation of property. In most of the places, the guideline value is lower than the prevailing market value. In a few places, the guideline value may be unreasonably higher than the market value. Such cases should be brought to the notice of the Inspector General of Registrations for correction of anomalies. There is a committee at State level which goes into such issues.
The guideline values are being hosted on the website http://www.tnreginet.net. The process will be over by February 2002 end. Moreover the guideline value registers have been supplied to traders’ association and other forums for information. The guideline value is a public document. In offices having STAR facility the guideline values can be ascertained free of cost for any property on the counters.
Guideline value register is available with the Registering officer.
Chamber of Commerce, other Associations, Agricultural Associations and Panchayat Unions are provided with a copy of these guideline registers.
Ascertain the guideline value of the property and the stamp duty, registration fees etc, to be paid from the Registering officer.
Guideline Values in respect of all areas in Tamil Nadu have been revised with effect from 1-8-2007.
Go to the respective link and find the guideline value of your land.