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Land tax

Estimated time for completion: 1 Week

No matter where you are, and what type of owner you are, be it individual or corporate, we understand that handling land tax can be a tiring process. At NRI Life, we don’t just help you with filing your tax returns; we also help review your tax assessments as well.


We’ll connect you with professionals in our team, who have years of experience in the field, so that you have the right support and guidance you will need, at the right time. Tax laws and regulations are constantly updated and modified, so you’ll need a team to ensure and follow up with authorities on your behalf. No need to worry about paying it all on time, we’ve got you covered.


No matter what your land tax obligations are, at NRI Life, our experts can get it done for you, at affordable costs, with no worries. We’ll also ensure that you are complying with all rules and regulations to avoid any troubles or defaults.

250Plus GST


Land Tharam mattal

Converting wetland to dry land, known as "tharam maatal" in some regions, typically involves a legal and administrative process in India due to environmental regulations aimed at preserving wetlands. The specific procedure can vary by locality, but generally involves a long, tedious procedure. Have no worries, our team at NRI Life, consisting of some of the best experts with years of experience in the matter, shall handle this for you, assuring your peace of mind abroad


  • nitial Assessment: We shall assist the landowner or developer to determine the feasibility of converting the wetland to dry land and assess the environmental impact of the proposed conversion.
  • Permissions and Clearances: Our team will guide you to obtain necessary permissions and clearances from local authorities, including the district collector, revenue department, and environmental regulatory bodies.
  • Application: After that, we will submit an application for conversion of land use, providing details of the proposed project, environmental impact assessment, and mitigation measures.
  • Public Notice: We’ll also help publish a public notice in local newspapers about the proposed land conversion, inviting objections or suggestions from the public.
  • Assessment by Authorities: The authorities will assess the application, conduct site inspections, and review the environmental impact assessment report. Based on the assessment, the authorities will decide whether to approve or reject the application for land conversion.
  • Conversion and Compliance: If approved, the land can be converted to dry land; we will ensure compliance with any conditions or mitigation measures specified by the authorities.
  • Registration: Once the conversion is completed, we will help register the new land use with the revenue department and update land records accordingly.


3000 Plus GST

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