The main objective of the department is to
provide the facilities for the registration of different categories of documents and to
keep and maintain the record of legal rights of the registrants. To secure the revenue for
the state on certain classes of instruments in the form of Stamp Duty, Registration fees
and Court Fee is also one of the objectives of the department.
Location: Department is manned by Additional District
Magistrate (F&R) as District Registrar A.I.G.(Registration) at the District level and
Sub Registrar and Registration Clerks at the sub Divisional level namely.
Telephone and Fax Nos. of the officers of Stamp and Registration Department:
Place of posting
|1. Principal Secretary
|3. Deputy Secretary
|4. I.G. Registration
|5. Addl. I.G. (Regn.)
5. Head of the Department:
Inspector General of Registration & Commissioner of Stamps (U.P.)
6. No. of projects & Schemes:
(a) SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE DEPARTMENT:
(i) Registration of Documents
(A) Sub Registrar Office
District Registrar Office
(ii) Sale of Stamp papers
(A) Treasury or Sub Treasury Office
Licensed Stamp Venders
Sub Registrar Office by Franking Machine.
(iii) Documents Writing
Licensed Document Writers
(iv) Fixation and Circulation of
Office of the Collector of the district and list of circle rate is
available in every sub registrar office.
(v) Certified copies
Sub Registrar office
Non Encumbrance Certificates
(vi) Registration of applications
Registrar Hindu Marriage
of Hindu Marriage
Every sub registrar is ex-office
( under Hindu Marriage Act )
Registrar of Hindu Marriage
(vii) Deposit of sale deed Will
(b) SPECIAL SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE DEPARTMENT
(i) All documents presented for registration in sub registrar offices are returned to
the parties same day after registration.
(ii) The copies of all the documents relating to agriculture properties are sent same
day to Tehsildar's office for mutation.
(iii) For the guidance of the people rate list is available in all the respective sub
registrar office and at the district level in the office of A.D.M. (F.&R.) and A.I.G.
(iv) At the time of purchase of stamp papers for the treasury office a booklet
"MAKE REGISTRY EASY, ABANDON MIDDLE MAN" is being made available, issued by Kar
and Nibandhan Vibhag Uttar Pradesh Shashan, in this booklet detailed information regarding
Do's and Don'ts is given for the guidance of the people such as:-
(a) Things to be kept in mind (28 points) when getting a document
(b) How to avoid a stamp case ( 6 points).
(c) Information to be made available compulsorily (Index I) by the
(d) List of compulsorily registerable documents (Index II).
(e) How to identify forged Stamp Papers (Index III).
(f) Performa obligatory to be attached with every sale deed (Rule 6
U.P. Stamp Valuation of property rules 1997).
(v) Index No. II of 12 years containing brief information of every registered document
is available in all Sub Registrar's office and (Index II) of other years are available for
public inspection in the Central Record Room.
(vi) Mobile Registration services is also being provided by sub registrar Office in
which a document may be accepted for registration at the residence of registrant on
showing special cause for the same.
(c) INFORMATION WHICH IS TO BE MADE COMPULSORILY AVAILABLE FOR THE GUIDANCE OF
If any person needs any guidance regarding
the services which are being rendered by the stamp and registration department, he may get
the same by simply making an application in the concerned office since the Code of conduct
for an Access to Information is being followed by the department. In this context the
department has listed the subjects on which information is to be provided compulsorily:
(i) Information regarding complaint and decisions
taken by the department and the basis of that decision.
(ii) Information regarding any procedure i.e. procedure
for the preparation, presentation and registration of sale deeds etc. procedure for the
hearing of the stamp case, Revision in Stamp Case, Availability & purchase of stamp
papers, Registration Charges for the registration of different categories of instruments
and also the rate of stamp duty to be charged on such instruments, information regarding
identification of forged stamp papers.
(iii) Information regarding the prevalent circle rates issued
by the Collector of the District.
(iv) Information regarding the reasons in a case when a
document is refused to registration or when a document is referred for valuation.
(v) Information regarding the procedure for
getting a certified copy of the registered document.