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    Please let me know whether there is any amendmant to KBT Act 1975, after the one in 1992?
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  • SIT BACK, RELAX & ENJOY Kerala Bulding Tax Act.1975 T.J Joseph, Staff Trainer. ILDM Please use the enter button to scroll through at your own pace.
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    • THE KERALA BUILDING TAX ACT -1975
    • 37 SECTIONS
    • Presented by. T.J Joseph.
    • Staff trainer-ILDM&IMG
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    • THE KERALA BUILDING TAX Plint area Rules-1992
    • 16 Rules.
    • Forms.
    • 3 Registers.
  • Assessment.
    • Assessing authority- Tahsildar.
    • Appellate authority- RDO
    • Revision -District Collector
    • Government.
    • .
  • Appointed day
    • 10-02-1992
  • R13 -A,B,C REGISTERS
    • A-Assessment Register- T.O
    • B-Register of Person Assessed Building Tax. V.O
    • C-List of houses Reported to the Asessing Authority. V.O
  • PLINTH AREA.
    • 2k. Plinth Area is the basis for assessment of the building.
    • It is the area included in the floor of the Building or approved plan area.
    • Separate slab rate for residential and commercial buildings.
    • .
  • 6. EXEMPTIONS.
    • Car Porch/Garage.
    • 2. Fire Wood Storage room.
    • 3. Erection for non residential purpose.
    • .
  • EXEMPTIONS 3.1.a-Government/LSG 3.1.b-Religious/Charitable. 3.1.b-Education. 3.1.b-Factory/W.S Buildings funded by Govt,
    • Building Tax
    Role of Building Owner.
  • Filing of Return by the owner.
    • R-5. After completion of construction or a major repairing work, the owner of the building files return in form-II to the Tahsildar.
    • It contains- Address,Nature of the Building, date of completion,plinth area etc…… &
    • Declaration of the owner.
    • .
  • Filing of Return by the owner.
    • S-7. If the building owner not filed return suo moto, Tahsildar issues notice in form III directing the land owner to file return within 30 days from the receipt of the notice.
    • .
  • Filing of Return by the owner.
    • S-22. If the building owner delays filing of return he/she shall be liable to be charged with penalty @ Rs 5 per day.
    • .
    • Role of
    • Village Officer
    Building Tax
  • Filing of monthly list by village officer.
    • R-3. Before 5 th of every month, the VO shall furnish the list of Buildings to be assessed in form-I to the Tahsildar in duplicate
    • .
  • V. O sends report.
    • VO has to collect periodically the list of buildings to be assessed with the help of other authorities.
    • .
  • V. O sends report.
    • VO obtain return from the land owner and furnish it to tahsildar along with
    • report,
    • sketch and
    • plinth area calculation statement . .
    • .
  • Village office.
    • He has the responsibility to ensure service of notices and assessment orders.
    • Registers are maintained,
    • Served copies are returned,
    • Collection of Tax.
    • Role of
    • TAHSILDAR
    Building Tax
  • Taluk office.
    • Assign Target to Village officers/Charge Officers
    • Ensure the achievement of target during the Review Meeting.
    • Notice/Hearing/Assessment/Collection
    • Inspection-----Office/Field
  • Notice from tahsildar for hearing the owner.
    • On receiving the report and return
    • A file is generated in the Taluk Office and a Notice in Form IV is issued to the Building owner directing him to appear for a hearing.
    • .
  • Issue of Assessment order to the owner.
    • After hearing , Tahsildar issues Assemnt order in Form V and Demand Notice in form VI to the owner directing him to pay the tax to the VO.
    • .
  • Issue of Assessment order to the owner.
    • After hearing , Tahsildar issues Assemnt order in Form V and Demand Notice in form VI to the owner directing him to pay the tax to the VO.
    • .
  • Instalment remittance.
    • If requested by the land owner, Tahsildar may grant instalment facility to the owner
    • Upto 4 Quarterly instalments’’’
    • .
  • Interest
    • Normal Interest
    • RR
    • Defaulted
    • instalment from
    • Govt.
    6% 18% 12%
  • Instalment remittance.
    • If requested the by the land owner, Tahsildar may grant instalment facility to the owner
    • Upto 4 Quarterly instalments’’’
    • .
    • Appeal
    • &
    • Revision
    Building Tax
  • Appeal/Revision.
    • A dissatisfied assessee can file appeal before the RDO
    • Within 30 days on receipt of the order.
    • Appeal should be in form –VII.
    • Appeal will be accepted if the building owner remitted 25% of the tax assessed.
    • .
  • Appeal/Revision.
    • assessee can file Revision before the District Collector against the decision of RDO
    • Within 30 days on receipt of the order.
    • REVISION will be accepted if the building owner remitted 50% of the tax assessed.
    • .
  • Appeal/Revision.
    • Assessee can file Revision before Government against the decision of District Collector.
    • .
    • Building Tax
    Barriers
  • IDENTIFICATION
    • There is no mechanism to identify the assessed/un assesssed buildings in a village.
    • The burden of proof is vested upon the owner of the building.
    Barrier 1
  • IDENTIFICATION
    • Computerisation.
    • Alphabetical listing.
    • Region wise listing.
    Barrier 1
  • Poor Maintenance
    • Records.
    • Files.
    • Registers.
      • A Charge officer/DT has a specific role to play.
    Barrier 2
  • 7. Poor maintenance of Records.
    • Registers.
    • Files.
    • Stock file/dcb/minutes etc.
    • 1
    C Register. B register A Register
  • WEAK Inspection Mechanism.
    • No Inspection.
    • Wrong Tools.
    • Poor Review.
      • A Charge officer/DT has a specific role to play.
    Barrier 3
  • Poor Inspection Mechanism.
    • Effort is important,
    • but knowing where to make an effort makes all the difference!
    Barrier 4
  • . Inspection.
    • No Specific Goals.
    • Weak Inspection Mechanism.
    • Wrong tools.
    • Poor follow up action.
    • 5. Lack of Team work.
  • Absence of Team Work.
    • Responsibility is limited to VO.
    • Lack of Communication.
      • A Charge officer/DT has a specific role to play.
    Barrier 5
  • Delay.
    • Booking the case by VO.
    • Service and return of Notices.
    • Issue of Assessment order
    • Vacating the stay.
    • Collection.
    Barrier 6
  • Avoid Delay.
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  • Weak Leadership.
    • Supervision.
    • Co ordination.
    • Support.
    • Not willing to
    • accept
    • responsibilities.
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    Barrier 7
  • Improving Collection.
    • S-M-A-R-T Conferences.
    • 1 Monthly LR Conferences.
    • 2 Village Conferences.
  • 5. conferences.
    • Conferences should be SMART
    • S - Specific.
    • M - Measurable.
    • A - Achievable.
    • R - Realistic.
    • T - Time bound.
    • ………… ensure continuous follow up action .
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  • Smart Revenue CONFERENCES S-Specific M-Measurable A-Achievable R-Realistic T-Time Bounded
  • Improving Collection.
    • S-M-A-R-T Goals
    • 1 Long term Target.
    • 2 Short term Target.
  • Revenue Collection is a Teamwork.
    • Collectorate- H D C
    • Taluk. - H D C
    • Village- - H H H
    • Telephone is
    • the most
    • Powerful tool.
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  • Use the Right Tool
    • 1.DCB
    • 2. Administration Reports.
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  • DCB
    • The DCB Clerk has
    • a crucial role to play
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  • . STAY.
    • Court Stay.
    • Government stay.
    • Appellate stay
    • EXTRAMILE
    • 1
  • A,B,C REGISTERS
    • A-Assessment Register-
    • B-Register of Person Assessed Building Tax.
    • C-List of houses Reported to the Asessing Authority
  • Thank you.
    • T.J JOSEPH.
    • ADHIKARATHIL.
    • S.H MOUNT P.O
    • KOTTAYAM.
    • Pin-686 006
    • MOB-9447464502