In India, various types of land extracts or documents may be used to confirm the ownership and other details of a piece of land. Some common land extracts that may be used in India include:
- Record of rights: This extract is a record of the rights and liabilities of the owner of a piece of land and may be obtained from the revenue department.
- 7/12 extract: This extract is a land record document that provides details about the ownership, cultivation, and other details of a piece of land. It is maintained by the revenue department and is specific to the state of Maharashtra.
- Sale deed: A sale deed is a legal document that records the sale of a piece of land from the seller to the buyer. It includes details about the parties involved, the terms of the sale, and the consideration paid for the land.
- Lease deed: A lease deed is a legal document that records the leasing of a piece of land by the owner (lessor) to another party (lessee) for a specific period of time. It includes details about the parties involved, the terms of the lease, and the rent or other consideration paid for the use of the land.
- Partition deed: A partition deed is a legal document that records the division of a piece of land among joint owners. It includes details about the parties involved, the terms of the partition, and the division of the land.
It is important to note that these extracts may vary depending on the specific laws and regulations that apply in the state or region where the land is located.