Alappuzha

Taluk Office Services




Caste Certificate- SC/ST: The caste certificate to the SC/ST is being issued by the Tahsildar, on the strength of the enquiry report of the Village Officer. Application duly filled in the prescribed form should be submitted to the Tahsildar along with the supporting documents such as school registration particulars to prove the caste/religion of the applicant, the caste related documents of the parents of the applicant, ration card etc. The certificate will be issued with in three days as per circular No.24298/T4/2002/RD dated 23.05.2002 of the Government.
Caste Certificate- Adopted Children: The caste certificate to adopted children is issued by the Tahsildar as per circular No.11186/G1/98/SCSTDD dated 18.5.2000. Application duly filled in the prescribed form should be submitted to the Tahsildar along with the supporting documents such as school registration particulars to prove the caste/religion of the applicant, the caste related documents of the parents of the applicant, ration card etc. The certificate will be issued with in three days as per circular No.24298/T4/2002/RD dated 23.05.2002 of the Government.
Non Creamy Layer Certificate: Application duly filled in the prescribed form with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Tahsildar. The Tahsildar and such other officers mentioned in para 5 of the GO (P) No36/2000/SCSTDD dated 27.05.2000 are empowered to issue non- Creamy layer Certificate to be produced before the Central Government offices. Salary Certificate of father, mother, husband or wife, ration card, the details of property etc. are to be produced for verification. The Government of Kerala has issued guidelines to identify the creamy layer among the backward Classes as per GO (P) No.36/2000/SCSTDD dated 27.5.2000 and GO (P) No.46/2007/SCSTDD dated 25.8.2007.
Solvency Certificate: Application in the white paper or in the prescribed form with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Tahsildar along with the document of ownership ie. title deed (in original), ration card, land tax receipt and stamp paper worth Rs.50/- . The encumbrance certificate for 12 years from the Sub Registrar Office is also to be produced to show the applicant is solvent. The Certificate will be issued by the Tahsildar after making due enquiry with in 7 days as per GO (MS)No.300/96/RD dated.12.6.1996.
Originally the Tahsildar was authorized to issue Solvency Certificate as per GO (MS) No. 359/67/RD dated. 10.8.1967. Later, the Village Officer was authorized to issue Solvency Certificate for value not exceeding Rs.5,000/- and the Tahsildar was authorized to issue solvency certificate for value exceeding Rs.5,000/- as per GO (MS) No. 567/91/RD dated.12.9.1991. As per the amendment made on 27.04.2007 as per GO (MS) No.136/07/RD, the Tahsildar is authorized to issue solvency certificate for value exceeding Rs.5, 00,000/-. Separate certificates should be obtained by the applicant for each purpose as per GO (MS) 136/2007/RD dated 27.04.07.
Valuation Certificate: Application in the white paper or in the format shown with a court fee stamp worth rupees five affixed in it should be submitted to the Tahsildar along with the document of ownership ie. title in original, land tax receipt ,ration card etc.
As per the GO (MS) 300/96/RD dated 12.06.1996, the certificate will be issued by the Tahsildar and within one week from the date of receipt of application after making due enquiry.
The Tahsildar was authorized to issue valuation certificate for value exceeding Rs.100000/- as per GO (MS) No.391/05/RD dated 16.12.2005 .As per the amendment made on 27.04.2007 in the GO (MS) No.136/07/RD, the Tahsildar is authorized to issue solvency certificate for value exceeding Rs.5, 00,000/-
Legal Heirship Certificate: The application duly filled in the white paper with a court fee stamp worth Rs.5/- affixed in it should be submitted to the Tahsildar along with the copy of the death certificate of the deceased. The list of heirs and purpose of the certificate are to be entered in it. The Tahsildar is empowered to issue certificate as per GO (MS) 359/67/RD dated 10.08.1967.The Tahsildar can issue a Heirship certificate to the cases where the amount falls below one lakh rupees as per GO (MS) 136/2007/RD dated 27.04.07.The Heirship certificates should be issued by the Tahsildars on the applications put in by the claimants concerned after enquiry into the claims through the Village Officers concerned. The results of the enquiry will be published in the Government Gazette so as to enable the counter –claimants, if any, to prefer objections to the issue of the certificates. The objection received with in 30 days from the date of publication of the notice in the Gazette shall be enquired into by the Tahsildar and an order either for the issue of the certificate or rejecting the application will be passed.
The Taluk Tahsildars are also authorized to issue Heirship Certificates in regard to disbursement of compensation to the parties concerned under third party insurance scheme or under directions to parties by liquidators and CO-Operative Societies, Banks or other institutions after such enquiries into the right and title of the claimants as may be deemed sufficient and observing the procedure .
Other Certificates:
The following Certificates which are to be produced before the Central Government Offices, central Public Sector Offices and Offices outside Kerala State will be issued by the Tahsildar (in English language) as per GO(MS)No/136/2007/RD dated 27.04.2007 and GO(MS)No.351/07/RD dated 01.10.2007.
For details about these certificates, Visit Village Services -> Certificates
a) Possession Certificate b) Location Certificate
c) Caste Certificate( Other than SC/ST) d)Income Certificate
e)Solvency Certificate f) Valuation Certificate
g) Residence Certificate h) Nativity Certificate
i) Identification Certificate j) Relationship Certificate
k) Family Membership Certificate l) Marital Status Certificate
m) Destitute Certificate n) Non-creamy layer certificate
o)Non-remarriage Certificate p) Widow Certificate
q)One and the Same Certificate r)Possession and non-attachment Certificate
s) No land Certificate t)No house Certificate
u) Dependency Certificate v)Domicile Certificate
w)Tax Remittance certificate x)Unmarried Certificate
y)Unemployment Certificate z)Life Certificate
A disaster/natural calamity is an event triggered by natural or man made causes that lead to sudden disruption of normalcy within society, causing wide spread damage to life and property. The Tahsildar is bound to convey immediate information to the higher officers including the District Collector. As the District Collector is the ex-officio chairman of the District Disaster Management Authority under the Disaster Management Act, 2005, he will initiate immediate steps for the mitigation of the effects of disaster. The Tahsildar has to render assistance for evacuation, rescue, relief, shelter, food, clothing, medical aid, sanction, and rehabilitation etc. of the affected. During the period of calamity round the clock control room under the control of Tahsildar is functioning in the Taluk Office

Natural Calamity victims are provided assistance from the Calamity Relief Fund (CRF). Assistance from CRF is provided to the victims through the Tahsildars, Principal Agriculture Officer, District Supply Officer and the Deputy Director of Fisheries.

Application for assistance under CRF except for fisheries sector loss and agriculture loss may be submitted to the Tahsildars concerned and that of agriculture and fisheries loss should be submitted to the PAO and the DD (Fisheries) respectively.

Details of assistance provided under CRF are (as per G.O (Ms) No. 284/ 2007/ DMD dated 02.08.07)as follows,

Gratuitous Relief

Sl No

Nature

Assistance

1

Ex-gratia payment to the families of deceased person

1,00,000

2

Ex-gratia payment for the loss of limb or eyes

35,000 (disability between 40- 75%) Rs.50, 000 (disability more than 75%)

3

Grievous injury requiring hospitalization

Rs.7,500per person (grievous injury requiring hospitalization for more than a week & Rs.2,500 per person grievous injury requiring hospitalization for less than a week


Assistance for repair /restoration of damaged houses

Fully damaged

Severely damaged

Partially damaged

Hut (Damaged destroyed)

Pacca

Kutcha

Pacca

Kutcha

Pucca &
Kutcha

25,000

10,000

5,000

2,500

1,500

2,000

The Tahsildar and Additional Tahsildar are the State Public Information Officers related to the Taluk Office. As the State Public Information Officer, the Tahsildar and Additional Tahsildar shall provide the information required for the persons under the provisions contained in the Right to Information Act, 2005.Those who are aggrieved by the order of the State Public Information Officer can approach the District Collector who is the Appellate Authority under Right to Information Act, 2005.
A person, who desires to obtain any information under this Act, shall make request in writing or through electronic means accompanying the fee prescribed, to the State Public Information Officer. 'Right to Information' means the right to information accessible under this Act which is held by or under the control of any public authority and includes the right to -
(i) inspection of work, documents, records;
(ii) taking notes, extracts or certified copies of documents or records;
(iii) taking certified samples of material;
(iv) obtaining information in the form of diskettes, floppies, tapes, video cassettes or in other electronic mode or through printouts where such information is stored in a computer or in a computer or in any other device.
The State Public Information Officer shall provide the information within forty-eight hours of the receipt of the request where the information sought for concerns the life or liberty of a person and in other cases as expeditiously as possible, and in any case within thirty days of the receipt of the same.
Any person who does not receive a decision within the time specified or aggrieved by a decision of the State Public Information Officer can prefer an appeal to such Officer who is senior in rank to the State Public Information Officer within thirty days from the expiry of such period. An appeal filed as such shall be disposed of within thirty days of the receipt of the appeal or within such extended period not exceeding a total of forty-five days from the date of filing. A second appeal against the decision of the first appeal may be preferred to the State Information Commission.
The Government lands can be assigned on registry for purposes of personal cultivation, house- sites and beneficial enjoyment of adjoining registered holdings. The Tahsildar is the assignment authority except for beneficial enjoyment of the lands situated in panchayat area as per the provisions contemplated under the Kerala Land Assignment Rules, 1964. The extent of land that can be registered in favour of a single family for personal cultivation by members of the family shall not ordinarily exceed –

a) in the case of unoccupied lands , nor more than 50 cents of land whether wet or dry , in the plains and not more than one acre of wet or dry lands in hill tract;

b) in the case of lands held on lease, whether current or time expired by way of encroachment nor considered objectionable the lessee or the encroacher as the case may be , will be eligible for assignment of not more than 50 cents of land , whether wet or dry, in the plains, and one acre of land, whether wet or dry in hill tract
The extent of Government land that can be registered in favour of a family as house site will not exceed fifteen cents (6.072 ares).

Land value to be paid :

Dry land

Rs.1000/- per acre

Wet land

Rs.1000/- per acre

Grass land
(Including waste lands)

Rs.200/- per acre


The assignee shall also be liable to pay the value of trees , plants and vines etc., and cost of survey and demarcation charges .No land value, survey and demarcation charge and arrears of assignments shall be recovered from the assignee belonging to SC/ST. The assignee shall be liable to pay the land value for house site is at the rate of Rs.200/- per cent.

The application duly filled in the prescribed form with a court fee stamp worth Rs.5/- affixed in it should be submitted to the Tahsildar for the assignment of Government land
The complaints related to the survey and demarcations of the land are handled by the Taluk Surveyors under the control of the Additional Tahsildar. The request for demarcation of registered land can be made under rule 27 of the Kerala Survey and Boundaries Rules, 1964 and the survey charges prescribed under rule 28 have to be paid to get the land surveyed. The subdivision boundaries which are to be newly demarcated shall be demarcated and surveyed in accordance with the government records and documents of title wherever such records and documents indicates the measurement, extent and shape of the subdivision to be made , and in the absence such records and documents the boundaries shall be demarcated and surveyed in accordance with the limits of enjoyment as seen on the ground. For measuring subdivision lines and interior lines, the concerned parties shall provide new survey marks and necessary labors failing which the work shall be carried out at the cost of the government in the first instance and same shall be recovered from the party concerned.

Complaints received during the course of survey and demarcation shall be enquired into and disposed of by the Tahsildar. Appeal against the orders of the Tahsildar shall lie to the Superintendent of Survey and Land Records of the district whose decision shall be final.
The application duly filled in the white paper with a court fee stamp worth Rs.5/- affixed in it should be submitted to the Tahsildar along with the original stamp paper. The reason for the non execution/spoliation should be shown in the application. The Tahsildar can make allowance for impressed stamps spoiled in the cases namely

a) The stamp on any paper inadvertently and undesignedly spoiled. Obliterated or by error in writing to any other means rendered unfit for the purpose intended before any instrument written thereon is executed by any person;
b) the stamp on any document which is written out wholly or in part, but which is not signed or executed by any party thereto;
c) the stamp used for an instrument executed by any party thereto which –
(1) has been afterwards found to be absolutely void in law from the beginning;
(2) has been afterwards found unfit, by reason of any error or mistake therein, for the purpose originally intended;
(3) by reason of the death of any person by whom it is necessary that it should be executed, without having executed the same, or of the refusal of any such person to execute the same, cannot be completed so as to effect the intended transaction in the form proposed;
(4) for want of the execution thereof by some material party, and his inability or refusal to sigh the same, is in fact incomplete and insufficient for the purpose for which it was intended;
(5) by reason of the refusal of any person to act under the same, or to advance any money intended to be thereby secured or by the refusal of non-acceptance of any office thereby granted, totally fails of the intended purpose;
(6) becomes useless in consequence of the transaction intended to be thereby effected , being effected by some other instrument between the same parties and bearing a stamp of not less value; (7 ) is deficient in values and the transaction intended to be thereby effected has been effected by some other instrument between the same parties and bearing a stamp of not less value;
(8) is inadvertently and undesignedly spoiled, and in lie whereof another instrument made between the same parties and for the same purpose is executed and duly stamped:

Provided that, in the case of an executed instrument, no legal proceeding has been commenced in which the instrument could or would have been given or offered in evidence and that the instrument is given up to be cancelled.

The instrument shall be submitted with in two months from the date of the instrument in case the instruments fall in clause ( c) (5) and in case of a stamped paper on which no instrument has been executed by any of the parties thereto, within six months after the stamp has been spoiled and in case of a stamped paper in which an instrument has been executed by any of the parties thereto, with in six months after the date of the instrument or , if it is not dated , within six months after execution thereof by the person by whom it was first or alone executed .

The stamp value will be refunded after deducting 6% of the stamp value. The Tahsildar authorized to exercise the powers of the Collector under sections 18,46,47,50,51, and 52 of the Act.
As per the directions contained in the GO (Ms) 511/97/RD dated 07.07.97 those who residing by constructing houses in puramboke of Thodu, puzha, pond and road coming under the Panchayath areas prior to 01.01.1992 and who have no other own land are eligible for a maximum extent of 10 cents. The Government have also included canal purambokes with in the purview to issue record of rights as per G.O (MS) 502/98/RD dated 29.09.98. This land may be evicted by government for public purposes. Application for record of right may be given to the Tahsildar and Tahsildar is the issuing authority. The maximum extent in which record of title of right granted in Municipal Corporation areas is 5 cents. (As per GO Ms) 440/ 99/ RD dated 09.11.99)
As per Rule 13 of the Kerala Land Assignments Rules 1965, land coming under Panchayath area and as per Rule 12 of the Municipal Land Assignment Rules 1995, government lands which are not immediately required are leased. The Taluk Tahsildar is authorized to lease out the land coming with in the purview of the Panchayat area according to the extent of land.
Panchayat area
Considering the extent of grant Tahsildar, Revenue Divisional Officer, District Collector and Government are the lease granting authority. Lease rent are determined as per G.O (Ms) 1026/85/RD dated 19.12.1985.
Rate of Lease rent As per Rule 13
Item
unit
Annual rent(in Rs)
Dry land
Per cent
1.50
Wet (I)
Per cent
1.50
Wet(II)
Per cent
2.25
Rate for trees As per Rule 13
Item
unit
Annual rent(in Rs)
Coconut
One number
50
Aracanut
One number
25
Jack fruit tree
One number
15
Palm tree
One number
8
Tamarind tree
One number
25
Punna tree
One number
2
Mango tree
One number
25
Cashew nut tree
One number
21
Pepper
One number
21
As per Rule 13 (A)
Construction of summer pandal
Construction of shed other than summer pandal
unit
Annual rent(in Rs)
unit
Annual rent(in Rs)
Per cent
0.75
Per cent
15*
*This may be enhanced according to the circumstances
As per Rule 13 (F)
Item
unit
Annual rent(in Rs)
Husk setting
Per cent
6
For stocking of materials
Per cent
0.75
Play ground
Per cent
0.25
Constructing steps by covering drainage
Per cent
45
Putting of shops in bazaar areas
Per cent
15% of the market value of the land *
Putting of shops in other areas
Per cent
10% of the market value of the land *
Matters decided by the government
Per cent
As decided by the government
*Subject to the minimum of Rs.45/- per cent.
Rubber, Coffee & Tea
Item
unit
Annual rent (in Rs)
Rubber (T)
Per tree
15
Coffee (Y)
Per tree
750
Tea (Y)
Per tree
1.50
Item
unit
Annual rent(in Rs)
Laying of pipe line either for drinking water supply or irrigation
Per cent
10
Laying of pipe line for oil supply for industrial purpose
Per cent
10% of the market value of the land
Construction of petrol bunk
In Panchayat area
10% of the market value of the land
In municipal corp. township area
15% of the market value of the land
The application duly filled in the prescribed form with a court fee stamp worh Rs.5/- affixed in it should be submitted to the Tahsildar for the lease of Government land.
Those who are residing in the state and having monthly family income below Rs 400 are eligible for the free legal aid. SC /ST, pauper suit filed persons and appeal filed persons under pauper suit cases are also eligible to it. In eligible cases, the Tahsildars will recommend the Bar council for providing legal assistance to the parties. Those who need free legal assistance may contact: -
The Kerala State Legal Services Authority (KELSA)
62/1293, A.C.S. Road, Kaloor, Kochi- 682017
Fax/ Phone: 0484-2409717
E-mail: kelsa[at]justice[dot]com
http://www.kelsa.nic.in
Those who have annual family income comes below Rs. 25,000/- , SC/ST communities without income bar, Children, Women, Industrial workers, Victims of communal riots, those who are under police custody and those who are engaged in slavery are eligible to get legal aid from the Kerala State Legal Services Authority (KELSA). The affidavit of the applicant is sufficient to prove his /her income.
The Tahsildar is appointed as the accommodation controller by the notification issued as per SRO.No.390/1971 under Kerala Building Lease and Rent control Act , 1965.The tenants in the rented building can approach the Tahsildar to reinstate the facilities availed by them when these are obstructed or refused by the house owner . The Tahsildar can issue interim orders, if sufficient grounds exists, to reinstate the facilities curtailed by the owner pending final decision of the case. The appeal shall lie to the District Collector against the orders of the Tahsildar under Kerala Building Lease and Rent control Act, 1965 .The appeal shall be duly stamped and a certified copy / original copy of the order appealed shall be enclosed with it.
The appeal against the transfer of registry sanctioned by the Village Officer shall lie to the Tahsildar under Rule 18 of the Transfer of Registry Rule 1966(as per GO (MS) 19/92/RD dated 17.01.1992). Appeal shall be presented with in 30 days from the date of receipt of the order. No appeal shall be admitted unless accompanied by the original or a certified copy of the order appealed against and the appeal petition shall be duly stamped. A legal benefit fund stamp worth Rs.50/- should also be affixed in the appeal. The person aggrieved by the order of the Tahsildar can move with a revision petition before the District Collector. No revision shall however be entertained by the District Collector unless the parties have exercised the right of appeal prescribed under this rules.
1. Contested Cases
The Transfer of Registry – contested cases shall be enquired into and disposed by the Tahsildar.

2. Transfer of Title by Succession in case of disappearance of Registered Holder:
In case of disappearance for more than 7 years of the registered holder of a holding and in the absence of any evidence to show that he is still alive , he should be considered as dead (as per Indian Evidence Act) and registry transferred in the name of his legal heirs. In all cases in which there are no legal heirs to claim the registry, it may be made in the name of the person in possession of the land after giving notice in the district gazette if published in the district or in the government gazette to the effect that the registry will be made in his name unless a declaration is filled within three months from the date of the notice by any person objecting to the registry stating that he has instituted a suit in a civil court to establish his right and authenticated copy of the plaint in the suit is produced. If no declaration is filled, the registry shall be made as stated in the notice at the expiration of three months.

3. Transfer in favour of a person proving title by adverse possession for 12 years or more:
Where parties who have no documents of title are shown in a summery enquiry to have been in actual, continuous and uninterrupted possession as reputed owners for 12 years or more transfer of registry may be made after notice, etc., as provided in note (ii) tp Rule 10 of the Transfer of registry rules, 1966. The action contemplated in this matter may be taken by the revenue officers either on their motion or on the applications presented by the parties concerned.
No conditional or temporary transfer of registry in the name of mortgagees, lessee etc. shall be ordered. When the transfer of registry is refused in any case, the reason for such refusals shall be briefly stated in the decision as per rule 14(6) of the Transfer of registry Rules, 1966 and shall communicate the party concerned with in a month.

4. Transfer of Registry involving subdivisions.
Transfer of Registry involving subdivisions shall be disposed by the Tahsildar. The power to sanction the Transfer of Registry involving subdivisions was delegated to the Village Officer as per GO (MS) No. 391/05/RD dated 16.12.2005. But the right to sanction the Transfer of Registry involving subdivisions has been restored to the tahsildar as per GO (.......
The Tahsildar is the Electoral Registration Officer of the Taluk under the Election commission of India which is the authority to conduct Election , monitoring the preparation / summary revision of the Electoral Rolls etc., under Art.324(1) of the Constitution of India. During the period of notification, the people can submit their objections and applications in the forms noted below.

1) Inclusion of name in the voters list : Form No.6
2) Deletion of name from the voters list : Form No.7
3) Correction of particulars in the Voters list : Form No.8
4) Transfer of name from one Polling station to another within the constituency : Form 8 A

The Assistant Electoral Registration Officer will conduct hearing of the applicants before taking any decision in the matter. The voters will get the Election Identity Card absolutely free of cost from the Taluk Office.

The procedure for getting a duplicate card

a)The duplicate card will be issued if the same is lost irrecoverably, on the strength of the certificate of the station house officer of the Police Station concerned. An amount of Rs.25/- will be charged for the issuance of a new card.
b)An amount of Rs.25/-will be charged for the issuance of a new card when the card issued by the Government is unusable.
c)An amount of Rs.25/- is to be paid for the correction of particulars in the first page of the Identity Card.
Sl. No Duties & Functions Name of Acts/Rules/Government Orders
1 Assessment of land tax and preparation of taxes The Kerala Land Tax Act 1961 and Rules 1972
2 Assessment of Tax and Preparation of accounts Kerala Plantation Tax and Rules
3 Assessment of Cess and preparation of accounts Irrigation Cess
4 Assessment of Tax and preparation of Accounts Kerala Building Tax and Rules
5 Issue of demand notice, attachment and sale of immovable/movable properties collection of arrears and preparation of accounts Kerala Revenue Recovery Act and Rules 1968
6 Eviction of encroachers of Government Land and imposing fine Kerala Land Conservancy Act 1957 and Rules 1958
7 Recovery of arrears and maintenance of records Kerala Land Development Act 1964 and Rules 1977
8 Enquiry on relinquishment applications The Kerala Land Relinquishment Act and Rules 1977
9 Assignment of Government Land and issue Patta, Lease of Land and collection of Lease rent. Kerala Land Assignment Act 1960 and Rules 1964
10 Furnishing report on applications for assignment and lease. Assignment of Land in municipal and corporation areas Rules - 1995
11 Assignment of land, issue of Patta and collection of arrears Arable Forest Land Assignment Rules 1970
12 To furnish enquiry report and issue Patta on receipt of Government Orders. Rules for assignment of Government land for Industrial Purpose
13 Collection of Dues Rules for assignment of Government land for Rubber Plantation
14 Assignment of Land and issue of Patta Rules for assignment of Government land for settlement of Agricultural Labourers
15 Assignment of Land and issue of Patta The 'Bhoodhan ' Assignment Rules - 1962
16 Assignment of Land and issue of Patta Co-operative Colonisation Scheme Rules - 1962
17 Lease of Land and collection of dues Rules for Lease of Government Land for Tobacco Cultivation
18 Sanction of Lease Rules for lease of land to Government Offices and Bungalows
19 Issue of notice and collection of dues Rules for sale of land for coffee and tea cultivation
20 Assignment of Land and issue of Patta Settlement Scheme Patta Rule
21 Taking possession of land declared as surplus, enquiry on application for assignment, Collection of assignment dues and issue of Patta Kerala Land Reforms Act 1963 and Rules 1970
22 To Furnish Report on prices of commodity Kerala Land Reforms Tenanancy Rules - 1970
23 To grant sanction for housing to Ex- Kudikidappukarts Kerala Land Reforms Kudikidappukars Benefit Fund Rules - 1970
24 To Conduct Enquiry on applications for solution Kerala Land Reforms( Agriculturalist Rehabilitation Fund) Rules 1973
25 Preparation of compensation role and disbursement of compensation Kerala Land Reforms ( Payment of compensation for excess lands ) Rules - 1974
26 Sanction of Pension and Payment Rules for sanction of Pension to Ex-Land Lords
27 Payment of financial Assistance Scheme for Grant of Financial assistance to assignees of surplus land
28 Enquiry and report to the District Collector Kerala Escheat and Forfeiture Act, 1964 and Rules 1965
29 Enquiry and report to the District Collector Kerala Treasure Trove Act - 1968 and Rules 1971
30 Enquiry and report to the District Collector Kerala Scheduled Tribes (Restriction of transfer of land an d restoration of alienated lands) Act 1975 and Rules 1986
31 Survey and demarcation of registered lands. To communicate orders imposing charges to registered holders and collection of Re-survey charges. Verification and maintenance of State boundaries. .Disposal of complaints Kerala Survey and Boundaries Act - 1961 and Rules, 1964
32 To sanction Transfer of Registry cases involving sub divisions and transfer of registry of succession cases Transfer of Registry Rules- 1966
33 Enquiry and report to the District Collector Kerala Minor Mineral Concession Rules - 1967
34 Enquiry and report to the District Collector Arms Act & Rules
35 Enquiry and report to the District Collector Explosive Act and Rules
36 Sanction of Financial assistance and payment Government orders on sanction of Financial Assistance to the victims of motor accident
37 Sanction of Financial assistance and payment Rules for sanction of Financial Assistance to T.B. Patience
38 Sanction of Financial assistance and payment Rules for sanction of Financial Assistance to Leprosy Patients
39 Sanction of Financial assistance and payment Rules for sanction of Financial Assistance to Cancer Patients
40 Enquiry and report to the District Collector Rules for sanction of Pension to Freedom Fighters
41 Enquiry and report to the District Collector Rules for sanction of pension to Circus Artists
42 Enquiry and report to the District Collector Rules for sanction of pension to men of Arts and Letters
43 Enquiry and instructions to the Bar Council Scheme for legal aid to poor
44 Enquiry and report to the District Collector Scheme for grant of employment assistance to dependants of Government Employees died in harness
45 Collection of arrears Low Income Group Housing Scheme
46 Collection of arrears Middle Income Group Housing Scheme
47 Collection of arrears Rehabilitation Housing Scheme
48 Collection of arrears Kudikidappukars Housing Scheme
49 Collection of arrears Rules of Grant of Land improvement and Agricultural Loans
50 Refund of Value of unused stamp papers Stamp Act Rules
51 Payment of Annuity Jenmikaram Payment Abolition Act - 1960
52 Payment of Annuity Thiruppuvaram Payment Abolition Act - 1960
53 Aid, Food & Shelter, free ration, financial assistance, rehabilitation etc. supply of drinking water in draught affected areas Schemes for providing financial assistance to victims of Natural Calamity and Disaster
54 Issue of Legal Heirship Certificate Scheme for payment of death compensation to the legal heirs of NRIs
55 Enquiry and Report to the Collector National Family Benefit Scheme

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