(1) Administration: Provide accurate maps of buildings, roads, open spaces, etc., which makes it useful for administrative purposes like water supply, sewer line, gas line, land acquisition for roads or town planning.
(ii) Financial: Monitoring revenue status, public land pressure and prevention of illicit use, etc. There are financial objectives.
(3) Legal: Legitimate purpose is to legalize the rights and limitations, prevent claims arising between the occupants, prevent claims of removal of suspicions between government or local organizations and private rights.2. City measurements are related to municipal administration:
In 1821, the City of Surat and the city of Ahmedabad in 1824 did not make the right to land measuring land and there was no arrangement for maintenance, which failed at that time. In 1863, Mr. Ahmed, Collector of that time Ahmedabad. TC proposes in the government to measure the rights of land, rights of land, pressures, government entitlements, assessment of rent, determining the utility of the land, determining the type of ration formation, formless shape etc. The proposal was approved and the city of Ahmedabad started in 1863. Thereafter, city assessments were made in Surat, Valsad, Bharuch and Rander. Mr. The Government has approved the rules and regulations of the TC prepared with the Government Resolution of 28-2-1867. It was later included in the Mumbai Measuring and Regulating Act-188 (4th of 1868), in which the Act of 1863 was added to the Act, R and 7. The specialty, investigation process, extent, rights, etc. have continued in other provisions.
3. Prohibition of entering a city measurement
(1) The city’s metering provisions apply to non-farm lands. But if the land falls between the farmers, the Collector includes it in the extent of measuring the city fixed under Section 126 of the Land Revenue Act, and the permission of the piece without the permission of the piece, the settlement commissioner’s circular No. L.R. 847 dated 10-2-1975 and The provisions of the CT Survey are applied to such lands as per the circular no. T.P.-1083-2547-K of the Government Revenue Department, 18-8-83.
(Ii) According to the provisions of section 131 of the Land Revenue Act, city survey is introduced in more than 2000 population towns.
(3) When the city is to be entered into a survey, the proposal of a local self-government organization, or if the Collector himself informs in a certain area a city survey, then the District Inspector of the District records such a proposal such as the proposed Deputy Director Land The superintendent will present the settlement commissioner through land records. The settlement commissioner will present such a proposal to the government.
(4). After getting the proposal from the state government, it will be allowed to enter the city survey in that city under section 95 and 131 of the Land Revenue Act, 1879. And then the city survey in that city / city will be counted.
(P). By obtaining the government’s permission to enter the city survey, the extent of the city survey area will be decided under section 126 of the Land Revenue Act by ‘Collector’ or ‘Survey Officer’ appointed by the state government. There is no provision to keep this extent to the extent of the boundary of the town or the local body. All areas that are expected to be used in non-farming during the 10/15 year period, unless used in agriculture, will be covered in this area.
4. Phase-in operation:
(C) Prepare the rumored city measurement.
(1). With the right to work as well as keeping the type of power of each property, the settlement commissioner assigns the property to every property assigned by the settlement commissioner (letters like A, B, C). The final number (which is called the CT survey number) is given to the properties. The Land Revenue Act determines the right to apologize as per Section 127, 128 of the Act. According to Land Revenue Revenue 81, 82, other than non-farming standards are decided. The extent and extent of the property are final. In this way, the right to know all the details in the registered register will be reported to the ‘C’ notice according to the Land Revenue Rules 29. In 60 to 70% of the sheets, the completion of the work is completed, the RLS for the properties that are special. RLS for the properties of 18G and for those who are apologetic. Stamps are prepared in a sample of 19G. Government, public purpose lands are not prepared.
(Ii) In order to recover expenditure incurred for the city’s performance of the measurement, the Collector collects the survey fees in the limits of Rule 19 (2) of the land revenue rules 1972 under section 132 of the Land Revenue Act. This surcharge fee is accepted as a certificate fee for the payment of the surrender fees to the landlords. With the preparation of the charter, on the basis of area and pricing units, according to Chapter 9 of the City Measurement Rule collection, the approval is granted by the Unit Reit Collector for charging the purpose of Section 132, and according to this Unit Rite, the sanctioned property fee for each one has been fixed and one Registered is ready. The instruction to assess the sanction fee according to the maximum limit of sanction (currently Rs. 200 / -) is not allowed at the date of approval of Unit Reit, in the Circular No. SV 95 of the Settlement Commissioner dated 27/05/1988.
(3). From the Inquiry Registry, from the Revenue Chart of the Government Revenue Department, CTS / 122005/1098 / dated date 3/8/2005, to prepare a property card in the sample of CTS-21EE, and arranging it according to the CT Survey number according to the machine number (Now this operation will be done by computer Prepare by NIC