Registation of Lands suspended in Haryana with effect from 22nd July, 2020

Haryana has briefly halted the Registration of Land, sale deeds in the state to get rid of different acts "illegal and malpractices" and to build a robust technology system. The Registration of Sale deeds of different classifications of land has been halted for a period between July 22 and August 15.
As per officials, "To build technology and data-based mechanism to curb and curtail possible malpractices and to ensure system-readiness for the purpose, the government has decided as an interim measure for a short duration, to temporarily halt the registration of deeds relating to the transfer of land, with effect from July 22, while gearing up the technology and process-based system to be put in place for curbing malpractices,"

The State Government circular  is summarised as follows:
  1. No registration of transfer of deeds of land  - July 22 to August 5 (Lands situated within Municipal limits, urban areas, as declared/ notified under the Haryana Development and Regulation of Urban Areas Act, 1975 and Controlled Area declared under the Punjab Scheduled Roads and Controlled Areas Restriction of Unregulated Development Act, 1963).
  2. No registration of transfer deeds of land - July 22 to August 15 (Lands situated in urban areas, as declared/ notified under Section 7-A of the Haryana Development and Regulation of Urban Areas Act, 1975 (as amended from time to time) and villages where the jamabandis are currently offline and not available on the web — "HALRIS”)
  3.  Canceled all e-appointments pertaining to the above.
  4. Wherever generation e-stamp challans (GRN) has been done, an extension of 30 days will be given for those challans / GRN, whose validity of 180 days expires between July 22 and August 17.
  5. Registered Sale Agreements for transfer of land executed prior to July 22 and as per terms and conditions of said agreement, the same had to be registered between July 22 and August 15, such deeds may be allowed to be registered by the Sub-Registrar/ Joint Sub-Registrars only with the prior approval of the Registrar of the concerned districts in writing in each individual case.


  1. Thanks for update!

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