Frequently Answered Questions

Directorate of Town & Country Planning (DTCP), the authority to approve real estate land development in Tamil Nadu other than Chennai Metropolitan Area

The Directorate of Town & Country Planning (DTCP) headed by the Director is functioning under the Tamil Nadu T&CP Act, 1971. It functions under the control of Housing & Urban Development Department (H&UDD) of the Secretariat. The department has its jurisdiction over the entire Tamil Nadu except Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority (CMDA).

The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 aims to regulate and promote the real estate sector by regulating the transactions between buyers and promoters of residential as well as commercial projects. It also has provisions for establishing a regulatory authority at state level called “Real Estate Regulatory Authority” (RERA) for monitoring the real estate sector and adjudicating disputes relating to Real Estate Projects. The main aim of the Act is to protect buyers and help investment in Real Estate Sector.

Yes, all our Residential / Commercial Projects has clear Titles, approved by DTCP and RERA Registered.

Yes, All Our properties are Legally clear and Verified By Best legal Advisers in the city and Respective Encumbrance certificate of the Property and a Copy of Parent Documents, Approvals, Receipts, etc. will Be Availed for Each Clients at free of Cost With which clients can do verify on their own.

Yes, In General 70% value of the Plot and 80% value of Construction can be availed as loan, Based Eligibility Criteria of Borrower ROI and Loan Amount May Vary.

Registration Act, 1908: Under section 17 of the Registration Act, 1908, it is compulsory for all Indian citizens that immovable property that costs more than Rs.100 should be registered in government records.

In Tamilnadu, the charges for property registration are stamp duty at 7% and registration fee of 1% of the value of the property. Necessary Supplementary, Documentation Charges May In occur.

Issued by the Government, a land patta is a legal document comprising the details of the owner of the property. Also referred to as ‘Record of Rights’, pattas can be used as evidence in the case of a dispute. Mostly pattas are required at the time of property transfer, and revenue officials of the State are responsible for updating and issuing them.

Pattas will be automatically transferred in the name of the buyer after the lands are purchased through registration receiving a unique reference. Failing need to apply separately online for patta transfer at E-sevai Maiyam or visit the tahsildar office.

Can apply to the concerned Local Planning Authority or Municipal Corporation or Town Panchayat or Village Panchayat, which would  be based on the power delegated  to them either issue the planning permission themselves or refer to the office with jurisdiction for issue of planning permission. For Example Up to 2000 Sq.ft for commercial building (G+1) or 4000 Sq.ft for Residential building restricted to G+2 Village Panchayat has power to issue planning permission.

No, Client Need not to pay anyone for purchasing properties with Ainthinai

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