“Lal Dora” villages are a quintessential part of Delhi’s scenery. Huge developments have taken place in “Lal Dora” villages in modern times. These developments have produced a huge demand for Home Loans and Loans against Lal Dora Property in the area. However, there is a lack of understanding among the common people concerning “Lal Dora” Land.
Therefore, we, CS Realty are here with answers to a few common queries.
1. What is “Lal Dora”?
The phrase “Lal Dora” was first used in the year 1908. In earlier days, it was a part of the village called “Abadi” (Habitation) was named “Lal Dora”. “Lal Dora” land is only for non-agricultural purposes. It is that part of the village which was a continuation of village Abadi, wherein the villagers had their support arrangements, cattle, etc. In earlier days, Red Thread (Lal Dora-Hindi) was used by the revenue department to separate it from the agricultural land.
2. How many villages combine to form the “Lal Dora” in Delhi?
There are 360 villages in Delhi, out of which 135 villages are listed as urban villages and the rest, 225 as rural villages. A famous example of “Lal Dora” villages in Delhi is Basant Gaon, Munirika, Khirki, Yusuf Sarai, Mahipalpur, Chatarpur, Lado Sarai, Mehrauli, Najafgarh, etc.
3. Do I have to pay house tax on my “Lal Dora” property?
Presently, there is no house tax up to 200 sq meters of plots.
4. What is the “Lal Dora” certificate?
The certificate establishes a person as the legal landlord of a property or land in the “Abadi” area of a village (i.e. space divided for habitation). The certificate is one of the most vital documents to receive water or power connections in a village.
5. Where can I get the “Lal Dora” certificate?
To get a “Lal Dora” certificate, you can visit the office of your nearest Sub-Divisional Magistrate.
6. What are the essential documents to get the “Lal Dora” certificate?
Documents needed to get the certificate are:
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