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Khet Main Ghar Rule: If you want to build a house in the field, then do this legal work, otherwise there will be a chance of demolition

House Construction rule: Building a house is everyone's dream and many times a person spends his entire life to build a house. Some people buy expensive land to build a house while some people build houses in their own fields. If you are also planning to build a house in the fields, then you should know about these rules, otherwise you may have to face a lot of problems. 

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The Kalamkar News, House Construction rule: It is very important to have land to build a house and for this, some people buy land in the city or village at an expensive price, but some people build the house on their agricultural land. 

If you have also purchased agricultural land and are now planning to build a house on it or are going to buy agricultural land, then it is important for you to have everything related to it. Because building a house on agricultural land is not as easy as you think. Despite you having full ownership of agricultural land, you cannot use this land to build residences unless the government allows you to do so, there are certain rules.

Keep this in mind before buying land 

Under the law, construction of houses, factories, industries etc. on agricultural land is not allowed. Only after converting agricultural land into non-agricultural land can any construction be done on that land. 

Before purchasing property for residential purpose you should always ensure that the land on which construction is taking place is non-agricultural land. If the land was initially allotted as agricultural land then it should be converted into non-agricultural land.

Build houses like this on agricultural land 

Agriculture being a state subject in India, there are many different procedures that different states follow for this conversion. An application form should be sent to the Commissioner of Land Revenue Department stating the reason behind the conversion. When agricultural land is converted into non-agricultural land, a mandatory fee is required to be paid depending on the property and its locality.

Please give this information 

Details such as extent of land, mortgage, types of crops and soil, names of previous and present owners etc. should be mentioned. 

All unpaid dues must be paid, and copies of payment proof must be attached. The Deputy Commissioner or Collector will grant permission for conversion only when he is assured that the necessary conditions are fulfilled and there are no dues or litigation on the land.