Record of Rights (ROR)

What is Record of Rights (ROR) ?

Record of Rights (RoR) document contains ownership details of the property. It is one of the most important document related to agricultural land. It contains details like District, Mandal, Village, Survey Number, Extent of Property, Khata Number, Owner details etc.,.

Importance of ROR ?

Record of Rights (ROR) is the record containing property owner details, is maintained by the local revenue office. The intention behind ROR was to enable farmers to carry a permanent document with ownership details. Each owner is given a unique khata number and records for each village are maintained separately. ROR can be obtained by giving Khata number of the owner. The ROR copy contains list of properties owned by a single owner in a given village. Details like Survey Number, Extent of Land, owners name are mentioned in the ROR copy.

Where can you get ROR 1B?

One can apply for ROR 1B at the nearest Meeseva or Eseva or Mandal Revenue Office of the property.

How much does it cost to get a ROR copy ?

Each copy of ROR 1B cost Rs.35/-

How much time does it take to get a ROR copy ?

ROR 1B can be applied and received within in 15 minutes at Meeseva or Eseva

Information required to apply for ROR ?

In order to apply for an ROR 1B we will need to furnish property details like District, Mandal, Village and Khata Number of the owner of the property.

It is suggested to get a copy of the ROR 1B every year to see if your details are upto date in the Revenue records. Always ensure correct details are updated, if any mistakes are found in the records, one should immediately visit the concerned Revenue Office and get things corrected.

 

Check ROR 1B online ?

One can check the details online using the below link

Telangana : http://mabhoomi.telangana.gov.in/SearchROR_dr_new.aspx

Andhra Pradesh : http://meebhoomi.ap.gov.in/SearchROR.aspx