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A.RTC is related to the agriculture land it reflects the number of the land, extent of land, owner of the land, and person who is possession of the land, any charges made in the land etc.., it a collateral document to title, any transfer of ownership of agricultural land only can effected in RTC not revenue site, it is different from katha issued to the municipality or Village panchayath better apply for katha with your revenue jurisdiction authority such as muncipality, Town panchayath etc.
A.No, it is not equal to Khata, you should have some registered document and take that to local town office and get khata.
A.No. It speaks about possession. Katha speaks about title.
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