Property enlistments in Tamil Nadu may never again be encouraged without Aadhaar Card as the state government is ordering the 12-digit unique identification number for the reason. The move stems out of an ongoing extortion including formation of forged Power of Attorney (PoA) for a land worth Rs 4 crore at Madhavaram of a city-based inhabitant as of now living abroad utilizing imitated personality evidence with the affirmed intrigue of the sub-registrar.

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In a recent instance of false enrollment at Madhavaram sub- registrar office, a phony record was made in the name of the original owner of the 4,200 square feet plot that she had given the PoA to another person. The phony PoA became known when encumbrance certificate was applied to sell the property, whose market esteem is worth 4 crore.

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Registration department officials told that a proposition has been sent to the government to influence Aadhaar Card mandatory for land enlistments. It is found out that the proposition is in the advanced stage with the government as it needs to revise the Tamil Nadu Registration Rules to influence validation through Aadhaar Card for land registrations. Enlistment division said that mandting Aadhaar would help eradicate deceitful registrations.

95% of people in Tamil Nadu have Aadhaar Card. Out of 7.65 lac, 7.27 lac have Aadhaar cards in Tamil Nadu. In the cases where individuals don’t have Aadhaar cards, the procedures of the UIDAI would be taken to execute the registrations.

Once Aadhaar is made mandatory, individuals ought to give their Aadhaar card as a recognizable proof confirmation. Biometric gadgets would be connected to the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) focal server to validate whether the vender is the genuine proprietor of the property or not.

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