YES, even if you are not a domicile of Uttarakhand, you can buy land in Uttarakhand.
Village Land : An outsider can only buy 1.25 nali (or 275 sq. yards.)
Municipality Land : No capping on outsiders.
One nali is 240 sq. yard. or 2160 square feet.
There are both agricultural and residential land in Uttarakhand. And there is mixed use land too. If your land is agricultural and you want to build a house, you need to convert it to residential.
You need to get the 143 form. The local revenue department will take a look at your case and after paying a fee will be converted.
It all depends on individual cases, can take anytime between 15 days to a month, max.
There is not much difficulty in getting an electric connection. Contact the local lineman who can guide you as to the forms you need to fill, the documents required, and the fee you need to pay.
NOT really. Everything depends on the location where you are buying. Having said that, we need to understand that water is indeed scarce in the mountains, so minimize wastage and increase storage capacity of rain water.
In many locations of Uttarakhand, there are government water supply connections to individual houses. But don’t bet all your money on just the water connection. Always go for rain water harvesting.
1. A non-Himachali cannot buy agricultural land. Since the economy of the state is agricultural/ horticultural driven, Himachal Pradesh has certain provisions under which non-Himachal residents and non-Himachal agriculturists cannot buy agricultural land in Himachal.
2. Special permissions are granted by the Govt. to outsiders who intend to buy land in Himachal Pradesh. Outsiders can however buy land that is not being used for any agricultural purpose. However to buy land they would first require a prior permission from the State Government.
3. Non-Himachali do not require any special permission to buy or lease constructed property, flat, etc. Anyone who is a citizen of India can freely buy any constructed property in the state. Having said that, one can buy or acquire the property only in urban areas and not in rural or agricultural areas.
4. Ownership of a non-Himachali’s property would be limited only to the constructed area and the land on which this property is built will not be in his ownership.