Documents required to applying for conversion.
Application form for Land Conversion
Basic Value certificate from Sub-Registrar
Land title deed
Aadhar Card Procedure for land conversion The landowner needs to submit the land conversion form online through the MeeSeva center by paying prescribed fees.
After approval of the application, a competent authority (Revenue inspector) will issue a notice of demand. Mee-Seva operator will provide the Receipt of Intimation of payment for land conversion.
The assessment is payable within 30 days from the date of service of demand notice. The landowner can pay a one-time conversion tax to the Government by challan. After paying the tax, obtain a copy of the challan. After-Tax payment, the Revenue officer will issue a certificate within 30 days.
After the landowner receiving the certificate, he or she will have to convert agricultural land to non-agriculture purposes such as industrial, commercial, and residential purposes.
The Revenue inspector will inspect and measure the converted agricultural land. In the case of deceitful land conversion, the officer will issue a notice to the landowner.
The District Collector will review the records for every three months, whether the converted land is used for the intended purpose.
The penalty is imposed on landowners using the agricultural land for other purposes without taking permission from competent authorities the land is deemed to be converted to non-agricultural purposes. Upon such deemed conversion, the revenue officer imposes a penalty of 50% for conversion fees. Taxes levied and collected for conversion.
With effect on and from the date of commencement of this Act, every owner or occupier of agriculture land shall have to pay a conversion tax for non-agricultural purposes, at the rate of 3% of the basic value of the land in areas as may be notified by the Government from time to time.
Provided that the owner or occupier of agricultural land in the areas covered under Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation, an individual shall have to pay a conversion tax for non-agricultural purposes, at the rate of 2% of the basic value of the land.
For the purpose of this section, the basic value of the land shall be fixed in such manner as may be prescribed.