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Full Information About 7/12 .

 Did you know that the 7/12 form contains more than 15 pieces of information pertaining to land?

 1. Block number

 2. Survey number

 3. Power type of land

 4. Name of the farm

 5. Arable land

 i.  Jarayat land

 ii.  Horticulture

 iii.  Kayari

 6. Texture bad

 7. Akar / Jury

 8. Names of Ganatiya

 i.  Denied

 ii.  Conflicting

 iii.  Cancel

 9. Account number

 10. Moj which is the name of that village

 11. Name of the occupant

 12. Note numbers

 13. Details of other rights and burdens

 14. Construction COP

 15. Agricultural Information

 7/12  out of total 17 forms decided for record, form no.  2 and form no.  A sheet made by combining two sheets is called 7/12.  Form no.  Ownership area in 8 vs.  As there is a frequent need for information related to agriculture in land as well as the information of, we call it 6/12 made by combining the two forms.  All the friends must have seen the pattern of 7/12.  The details of each of the information shown in it are marked with A. B. C as follows.

 1).  Block number: -

 Generations changed as time went on.  Overall, every eight years, the generation changes, causing new heirs to be added and the division of land from inheritance to land fragmentation.  Therefore, each new piece has to be given a different name / identity / identification i.e. the survey number is divided into pieces which are then called the fixed part and the sub-part.  Such as survey no.  The first division of 31 was identified as 51/1, 31/3, 31/3.  The second division is 51/1/a, 51/1/b.  P1 / 4 / A, P1 / 4 / B etc. are divided according to the heirs.  This led to many divisions of the same survey number.  Therefore, the government decided to give a separate identification number to each divided land in the village under the law of consolidation to give a separate identity to the land among each part / division in 18 and a new identification of land emerged from those numbers and these new sequence numbers were called block numbers.  So now the land of each village is identified by the block number.  Any information can now be obtained only by identifying the b-lock number.

 2).  Survey Number: -

 The sequence number which was given to the farmer's land at the time of the original survey of that village (in the time of the British) is called the survey number.

 3).  Land Power Type: -

 This detail contains details like land - old condition / new condition / non-agriculture / trust / Khalsa / government or enumerator.

 4).  Name of the farm: 

 The farmer creates his own identity to identify his different farm and the same identity name becomes popular which becomes the name of the farm / land.  like.  Jalaram's farm, bark, late farm, upper farm, Chhewada farm, mango farm etc.

 5).  Arable land: -

 The farm land of the village can be used differently and the yield from it may also vary and it is necessary to collect revenue / levy / tax for the administration of the village and this revenue is levied on the farm yield / income of the land.  Thus out of the total land, each land is divided according to its usage.

 i) Jarayat land: -

There is no special cultivation in this land.  This land can also be called fallow land.  And after the monsoon, it grows grass automatically.  Hence it can also be called a weed farm.  Such land is known as Jarayat.

 ii) Horticulture: -

 The type of land in which mango, chiku etc. are grown and the yield can be very good.  Such land is known as horticultural land.

 iii) When: -

 The land in which crops are grown such as wheat, paddy, sorghum, maize or the land in which kayari is cultivated is called kayari.

 6).  Bad texture: -

 Poor texture means that some of the total land in which no cultivation can take place is divided into (a) and (b) types.  Land where no output can be obtained from it means rocky, rocky land, land filled with water, living next to the canal.  Waterlogged cart land etc.  Revenue / tax is levied on the remaining land after deducting such bad texture from the total land.

 7).  Size / Jury: -

 this means that the amount of tax to be levied on it (as the house is assessed in the corporation) is fixed keeping in view the yield of the total cultivable / usable land.  This amount has to be deposited by each farmer in the form of annual tax / revenue.

 8).  Name of the Count: 

 The person who leases the house as we collect the rent is called the tenant.  In the same way a person who does not cultivate the original himself (rent v

The person who gives the plow to Suli) is called Ganotiyo and the person who gives this Ganoti to another person to cultivate is called Sub Ganotiyo and the name of such person / persons is written here in 7/12.

 i) Denied: -

 When the account holder applies for change of owner rights or change of status in 7/12, his entry is rejected and if this entry is not verified and sufficient evidence is not submitted, that entry is rejected.

 ii) Disputes: -

 When an account holder applies for a change of status on the basis of evidence, an objection from the Government or an objection from a co-owner or other third party or a court matter is called a disputed entry and is pending until the disputed matter is addressed.  Living.

 iii) Cancellation: 

 When an entry has been made in 7/12 or for change of title deed or change of ownership or other rights but the process is not completed then that entry is canceled.

 9).  A/c Number: -

 Just as the account number is given to each account holder in the bank, so is the account number given to each farmer in that village for the record of revenue.  Even if the farmers have more than one land in that village, their account number remains the same.  That is, 9/12 of that land is different but the farmers' account number is the same.

 10).  The name of the village: -

 Name of the village, name of the taluka in which it is located and name of the district in which it is located.

 11).  Name of the Occupant: -

 The name of the present occupier or owner of the land is written here.

 12).  Note numbers: -

 Circumcised figures in the old 6/1, such as 19, 181.  In the new 9/18, simple numbers like 18, 191, 109, 203.  These figures show the history of the farmer's land.  To read this history, one has to get copies of Form-3 of these numbers.

 13).  Details of other rights and burdens: -

 The original owner has the right to the said land but at the same time if any other person's benefit / share / right / share is established in it from the past text, the details are written here.  In addition, if any loan / burden has been taken on the said land or the land is in collateral, if the land is mortgaged, the details are also shown here.  We call this R.C.  Can be compared to a book.

 14).  Construction COP: -

 If the land is uncultivated and its plan has been approved, then the details of the approved construction area and open space (COP Margin Road etc.) are written here.

 15).  Agricultural Information: -

Here you can find the name of the farmer who cultivates the land year by year, the details of planting according to the season, the type of bile and the means of irrigation, the details of the tree and the details of the land that is fallow and the type of crop that is grown.  This detail makes it very useful to farmers in future rights disputes, crop loans, crop insurance, land acquisition.


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