Several aspects have to be taken into consideration if focusing on farmland projects. Even the purchasing of farmlands in Hyderabad involves these aspects.

It is necessary to keep several issues in mind while purchasing Farmlands in Hyderabad. Farmland projects are worth investing in.

Aspects to keep in mind if purchasing Hyderabad farmlands
The location of any sort of plot is a vital checklist before investing.

Budgeting is important as the cost factor of farmland depends upon location and connectivity.

Connectivity of the area is a very important aspect of a farmland purchase, which includes a market and so forth.

Land Record
The record of the land such as the quality of the soil, and land topography needs to be considered.

What else?
1. Know the land address
Finding out the exact extent, survey number, as well as boundaries of the land being purchased, and the revenue village in which it is located, are important to ascertain be it the details of the land being shown on the paper and the land on the ground are the same.

2. Classification of the land
Law does prohibit the purchasing of certain categories of land. It is better to find out whether the land being bought falls under any of the prohibited categories. Government lands along with lands assigned to the landless poor by the government as well as forest land are the few categories of land which cannot be purchased. Only a tribal can purchase land in Scheduled Areas (Tribal areas). The classification of the land can be done based on Setwar or RSR, Pahani or Adangal, IB register, Pattadar Pass Book, and Title Deed. Avoid conclusions about the classification of the land by basing them on entries in Pahani or Adangal.

3. Is the seller the real owner?
A person who does own land can only sell it to others. The purchaser does get the same right that the seller has and if the seller has no right or has a rather insecure right then the purchaser also does get no right or insecure right. Title Deed, Pattadar Pass Book, 1B register does contain the details of the land owner. It is a good idea to check all these three records to know whether the seller happens to be the real owner. The encumbrance Certificate also does indicate the name(s) of the owner(s) and also earlier transactions on the given piece of land.

4. Existing claims cum disputes
Finding out whether there are any existing claims or disputes on the land is essential. Necessary inquiries in Tehsil (Block Revenue) office and also with neighboring landowners can indeed reveal any existing claims or disputes.

5. Sale Deed cum Registration
Getting hold of a detailed sale deed written with complete details about the land being purchased its boundaries and the particulars about the owners is important. The sale deed needs to be compulsorily registered. Unregistered sale transactions are considered to be invalid.

6. Mutation
Applying to the Tehsildar (Block Revenue Officer) within ninety days from the date of registration in form 6A for making mutations in the land records as well as getting Pattadar Pass Book and Title Deed are required. Of course, the application can be made even after the expiry of ninety days.

7. Survey cum Sub-Division
Get the land surveyed and then subdivided.

8. Entry in Pahani or Adangal
Get the details entered in the Pahani or Adangal

9. Obtain copies of land records
Obtaining the certified copies of Pahani/Adangal, 1B register as well as Tippan/FMB. Check the Pahani/Adangal every year to ensure that the name is in the record.

10. Increasing productivity, reducing the cost of cultivation, improving the marketing efficiency of farmers, managing risks involved in agriculture as well as sustainability are other considerations to be kept in mind.

Keeping these aspects in mind it is worth investing in farmlands in Hyderabad.

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