IGRS AP: Everything You Need to Know about EC & Deeds in Andhra Pradesh

What is IGRS AP?

The IGRS AP, also known as Intelligence Gathering and Retrieval System of Andhra Pradesh, is a digital website created by the Andhra Pradesh government. It allows the residents of the state to access information regarding properties free of cost. Individuals can browse the information anytime, anywhere. This newly launched platform is Andhra Pradesh’s online alternative to the Registration and Stamps Division. The AP Registration and Stamps department is in charge of preserving ancient documents and making them available to the court in the case of a property dispute.

Let’s have a look at the different services provided at IGRS AP.


IGRS AP Services

This platform is a one-stop destination for availing multiple services at a single time. Here is the list of services offered.

  • Registration details
  • Encumbrance certificate (EC)
  • EC verification
  • Duty and stamp fee calculator

How to Check an Encumbrance Certificate Using the IGRS AP Site?

An ‘Encumbrance Certificate,’  is a document that certifies that there are no financial or legal obligations such as mortgages or unpaid debts on the subject property. Residents of Andhra Pradesh can easily check the EC details by following the steps listed below:

  • Visit the official website of IGRS AP.
  • Navigate to the ‘Services’ tab and click on ‘Encumbrance Certificate.’
  • Following that, you will be redirected to a new page.
  • Next, enter the required details like memo number, document number, etc., and submit it.
  • Thereafter, provide the necessary details, and click on the ‘Submit’ tab.
  • Once all the steps are completed, the Encumbrance certificate will appear on the screen.
  • You may also download the EC certificate in PDF format.

 How to Check Andhra Pradesh Property Registration Details?

Here are the steps to follow:

  • Go to the official portal of IGRS AP.
  • On the homepage, click on the ‘Services’ menu.
  • Next, click on ‘List of Transactions’ to proceed further.
  • Enter the required details carefully, such as document number, district details, etc., and submit them.
  • Thereafter, the property registration details will be displayed on the screen.

How to Verify EC at IGRS AP?

The online Encumbrance Certificates verification function is one of the most beneficial aspects of the IGRS AP website. You can do this by following the methods listed below:

  • To begin, browse the IGRS AP homepage.
  • Visit the ‘Services’ section and choose ‘Verify EC Link.’
  • You will be taken to a new page where you are required to provide your department transaction ID and select the ‘Submit’ option.
  • Your EC verification will be completed.

How to Determine the Market Value of a Property in AP?

Following are the steps that will assist you in knowing the market value of any property in AP:

  • To begin with, go to the IGRS AP web portal.
  • The next step is to select the ‘Market Value Certificate’ link that may be found in the website’s services section.
  • A new page will appear where you must complete the information describing the property’s nature. Then, to continue, select the ‘Submit’ tab.
  • When you submit the locality information, the following screen will display the property value details.

Andhra Pradesh Stamp Duty and Registration Charges

If you are considering investing in any property in Andhra Pradesh, you must be aware of the applicable charges. Here’s a closer look at the stamp duty and registration charges details.


Type of Deed

Stamp Duty

Registration Charges

Gift deed



Possession deed with mortgage



Deed of partition



Sale agreement of immovable property



Sale agreement/ General power of attorney for property (GPA)



Settlement agreement



Contract for sale with ownership



No possession mortgage




How to Obtain a Conveyance Deed in Andhra Pradesh?

The conveyance deed is one of the most important legal papers in which the seller declares the deliberate transfer of property title to the purchaser. You can acquire a conveyance deed by following the procedures listed below:

  • Visit the nearest sub-registrar office.
  • Ask for Form-7 from the officials.
  • Fill in the form and submit it with the supporting documents.
  • Pay the applicable stamp duty and registration charges.
  • The officials will make your conveyance deed after that.

Documents Necessary for a Conveyance Deed

Here is the list of documents that you must keep handy while filling the Form-7.

  • Property selling agreement that has been registered
  • Entries for mutations/property cards
  • Location as well as a survey plan
  • Approved plot and structural plans
  • Commencement certificate, occupancy certificate, completion certificate, and so on
  • Owners’ list
  • Stamp duty receipt of payment
  • Powers of attorney or development agreements (if the seller is the one who closes the sale)
  • The transfer deed draft


1. What is IGRS?

The Inspector General of Registration and Stamps (IGRS) is a state government department in charge of collecting stamp duty and registration fees at the time of property registration.


2. What is a conveyance deed used for?

The conveyance deed is one of the most important legal papers in which the seller declares the deliberate transfer of property title to the purchaser.


3. Is it mandatory to have a conveyance deed?

Yes. A  conveyance deed is a legally binding document that may be used as evidence in court during a real estate dispute. Additionally, without the deed, you won’t be acknowledged as the property’s true owner.


4. Which property papers will be necessary for completing registration with IGRS Andhra Pradesh?

The following documents are required in order to register a property with IGRS Andhra Pradesh:

  • Non-testamentary instruments details including mortgages, property sales, property releases, and the disposition of immovable property, among others.
  • Documents connected to the immovable property’s lease.
  • Documents pertaining to the contracts to be transferred for consideration.

An immovable property gift deed.

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