Conversion of land from Annual Patta to Periodic Patta | Revenue & Disaster Management | Government Of Assam, India
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Conversion of land from Annual Patta to Periodic Patta

  • Conversion of Land

    A Settlement holder can convert his Annual Patta land into Periodic Patta on the following conditions in rural areas :
    1. The land prayed for conversion must be part of cadastral village area. It should be properly surveyed and demarcated.
    2. There must not be any dispute regarding the boundary, title and possession of the land proposed for conversion.
    3. There must be either some permanent structures or permanent nature of crops.
    4. The Settlement holder must be in occupation of the land proposed for conversion and he must not transfer either the title or possession of the land to others.
    5. No portion of the annual lease falling within 22.5 metres (75 ft.) from the centre line of PWD Roads/N.H and falling within 15 metre (50 ft.) from the centre line or the roads other than PWD Road/N.H will be converted into periodic.
    6. Areas falling within the mining lease shall not be converted into periodic.
    7. There must not be any valuable trees such as sal, simalu etc. within the land prayed for conversion.
    8. Lands falling near the registered beel o fishery must not be converted into periodic.
    9. Minimum area allowed to be converted into periodic is up to the ceiling limit in rural areas which is inclusive of the area already held or converted into periodic lease.
    10. Land falling within the radius of 10 KMs from the boundary in case of Guwahati Municipal Corporation and 3 KMs in case of other Municipal and Revenue town should not be converted by the Circle Officer.

    Rates of premium for conversion of AP land into Periodic Patta

    1) On conversion of Annual Patta land into Periodic Patta in Guwahati City
    a) Residential Purpose : 50% of the prevailing market price of land.
    b) Trade, commerce or industry purpose : 100% of the prevailing market price of the land.
    2) On conversion of Annual Patta land into Periodic Patta in all Municipal Revenue towns :
    a) Residential Purpose : 50% of the prevailing market price of land.
    b) Trade, commerce or industry purpose : 100% of the prevailing market price of the land.
    3) On conversion of Annual Patta land into Periodic Patta iwithin the radius of 10 KMs from the periphery of Guwahati City and within the redius of 3 KM from the periphery of any other Municipal Revenue towns :
    a) Residential Purpose : 50% of the prevailing market price of land.
    b) Trade, commerce or industry purpose : 100% of the prevailing market price of the land.
    c) For agricultural purpose : 50% of the prevailing market price of the land.
    4) On conversion of Annual Patta land into Periodic Patta in rural areas :
    a) Residential Purpose : Rs.40 per bigha.
    b) Trade, commerce or industry purpose : 75% of the prevailing market price of the land.
    c) For agricultural purpose : Rs.20 per bigha.