What is ROR 1B?
ROR 1B stands for Records of Rights 1B. It is a certificate issued by the government that contains details of a person’s land ownership in a particular village. The certificate includes the name of the owner, the khata number, the survey number, the classification of the land, and the extent held by the owner.
Why is ROR 1B important?
ROR 1B is an important document for a number of reasons. It can be used to prove ownership of land, which is essential for a number of transactions, such as buying or selling land, taking out a loan against land, or contesting a property dispute. ROR 1B can also be used to obtain other land-related documents, such as a khata extract or a mutation certificate.
How to get ROR 1B
ROR 1B can be obtained from the local tahsildar’s office. The application process is relatively simple and can be completed in person or online. The applicant will need to provide the following documents:
- Applicant’s Aadhaar card or other government-issued ID
- A copy of the survey number
Citizen should possess Pattadar passbook with Khaata number and it should be in active state.