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Self Assessment/Re-Assessment

Procedure of Assessment

  • The applicant should submit the application with relevant documents to the concerned Deputy Commissioners / CSC for assessment of Property Tax along with documents mentioned below.
  • The concerned tax inspector/ VO/AMC/TI to inspect the building physically and also verify whether it is having clear title or any litigation such as government land, wakf land, ULC land or any court dispute etc., and assess the property tax as per prevailing rates of residential and as per Area Based Unit, Rates (ABUR) of non-residential properties, duly conducting Physical inspection.
  • A unique Property Tax Identification number (PTIN) is generated for the new assessment, with a new House Number.

List of documents requires :

  • Registered Sale Deed / Gift Deed / Partition attested by Gazetted Officer.
  • Link Documents attested by Gazetted Officer.
  • Building Sanction Plan (Xerox)
  • Occupancy Certificate.

Online Self Assessment Scheme :

  • Online Self Assessment Scheme has been introduced by MC MANDI. The property owner can submit application for new assessment through online duly providing certain details such as, Building Permission Number, Occupancy Certificate Number, Locality Name, nature of the building, usage, plinth area, etc., based on which, the approximate yearly property tax will be displayed on the screen.
  • The Online application is forwarded to the Deputy Commissioner Login.
  • The concerned VO/TI/BC will inspect the premises and levy property tax as per prevailing rates.
  • A Special Notice will be issued to the owner duly allotting a new PTIN No.