Users have to upload the required documents and even have the option of paying the fee online.

 You can get your property in Karnataka registered in 12 minutes promises govtPTI/ Representational Image
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If you are in Karnataka, now getting your property registered is going to become hassle-free and non-time consuming, promises the government.

Officials say that registration can now be done in less than 15 minutes. In fact, you can get the certified copy on the same day, officials claim.

The Stamps and Registration Department has introduced an online appointment system for property registration similar to those in the Passport Seva Kendras across the country for passport registration/ renewal.

Property buyers now have to register themselves with the Karnataka Valuation and e-Registration website and fix a date of their choice as per availability.

“If documents are correct, they will be approved within 12 minutes.  Manually, it would take at least 45 minutes. With this system, we are not just saving people’s time, but also reducing the burden of our staff,” KV Trilok Chandra, Inspector General of Registration and Commissioner of Stamps,  told The New Indian Express.

Users have to upload the required documents and even have the option of paying the fee online. Moreover, any property in the state can be registered in any-sub-registrars office within the state.

“Under the new system, people will be able to pay registration fee online and get appointments with senior officials of the sub-registrar's office for verification of documents within three days of registration from the day of filing the application online,'' Chandra told The Times of India.

The entire process which would previously take anywhere between a week to two weeks will now take only three days.

Apart from bringing a hassle-free experience for property buyers, the state government expects that it will curb corruption and menace of middlemen at the sub-registrar offices in the respective districts.

The department is also set to introduce mobile alert services for the process to make it easier for property buyers..

“At every stage, messages will be sent to the user mobile phone. Once they finish their pre-registration formalities, they will get the appointment number along with time and date. When they go to the Sub-registrar office,  they can show their application details on their mobile phone just like showing e-tickets at  multiplexes,’’ Chandra told TNIE.

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