Sarala Sahu, Alfiya Shaikh, Arpita Bramhane, Vidhate.S.P.
Land Registration, Blockchain, Smart Contract, Secure .
The current land registration system in India involves a paper-based approach that is susceptible to fraud, errors, and security risks. The traditional method is time-consuming and involves a complex documentation process, which contributes to the rising cases of fraudulent activities. The blockchain model offers an immutable and decentralized public ledger that can enhance the accuracy and security of land records. Removing middlemen, the blockchain land registry platform can accelerate the validation process of land ownership, reduce costs, and decrease the time required for land registration. Prevent fraud, store land ownership records, and facilitate ownership transfer through cryptographic algorithms and smart contracts.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 6

Page(s): 300 - 303
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