BBMP aims to collect Rs 800 crore from conversion of B-Khata to A-Khata

B-Khata to A-Khata Conversion

“A-Khata properties are those with genuine documents and are verified by the state agencies. Conversely, the transition from B-Khata to A-Khata signifies a change from properties with anomalies in documentation and violations of byelaws to those meeting genuine documentation standards, distinguishing them from A-Khata properties.”

In the municipal Budget announced Thursday, civic body Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) announced that it expects to earn Rs 800 crore from the conversion of B-Khata to A-Khata in the fiscal year 2023-24.

Khata is an account of assessment of a property, which records details about a property such as its size, location and building area for the purpose of payment of property tax. Khata helps the BBMP in collecting property taxes.

A-Khata properties are those with genuine documents and are verified by the state agencies. B-Khata properties have anomalies in documentation and include properties in violation of the byelaws and buildings constructed without approved building plans. The civic body stopped issuing A-Khata to the properties which are in violation of the building byelaws.

The BBMP started maintaining the B-register for the properties which were built in violation of the byelaws and on unauthorised revenue. This helped the civic body in collecting property taxes from the owners of B-Khata properties too. The B-Khata property owners cannot avail bank loans and get occupancy/completion certificates from the BBMP.

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BBMP aims to collect Rs 800 crore from conversion of B-Khata to A-Khata
BBMP aims to collect Rs 800 crore from conversion of B-Khata to A-Khata

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