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Kerala - Apply to get Tenant Verification

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Apply In-Person:

  1. To apply for a Tenant Verification in Kerala, please procure the respective form for Tenant Verification from your concerned police station.
  2. Fill the required details of the Landlord.
  3. Fill the required details of the Tenant and the Tenant’s Family Members.
  4. Attach the Required Documents and photographs of the Tenant.
  5. Duly sign the form and submit the form at the nearest Police Station.
  6. You could find the list of police stations and their phone numbers from the link: Police Stations
  7. Pay the processing fee if required.
  8. Receive the acknowledgement receipt and keep it safe for further reference.
  9. Visit the Police Station to get the report once it is ready.


Required Documents[edit]

  • Recent passport size photo of the Tenant.
  • Details of either any one of the following Passport, Driving License, Arms License, Ration Card, Voter Card, Income Tax (Pan No.)

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Office Locations & Contacts[edit]

  • One has to visit the nearest Police Station to Apply In-Person.
  • You could find the list of police stations and their phone numbers from the link: Police Stations



  • Anyone who wants to rent out a property in Kerala.


  • If required, service charge details would be provided while submitting the form.


  • It solely depends on the person/authority accepting the Verification Certificate.

Documents to Use[edit]

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Sample Documents[edit]

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Processing Time[edit]

  • Please inquire about the processing time while submitting your application In-Person.

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  • Make sure you fill the valid details.
  • All the mandatory fields must be filled before submitting the application.

Required Information[edit]

The following details could be required for Tenant Verification:
Details of the Landlord:

  • Name
  • Occupation
  • Email ID
  • Mobile and Landline Number
  • Address
  • Police Station

Details of the Tenant:

  • Name
  • Relative Name
  • Relative Type
  • Purpose of Tenancy
  • Email ID
  • Mobile and Landline Number
  • Occupation
  • Gender
  • Date of Birth and Age
  • Present address, Previous address and Permanent address


Need for the Document[edit]

  • Under any circumstances, it is advisable to apply for a Tenant verification certificate before you rent out your Building to a Tenant.
  • Terrorists and Criminals usually try to rent a place with forged documents. Thus, conducting a Tenant Verification would ensure that you are renting your building to someone who is not troublesome.
  • Landlords could be booked for renting out a property to a terrorist or a criminal without prior Tenant Verification.

Information which might help[edit]

  • When one applies for a Tenant Verification, the police runs a complete background check on the Tenant and their details are stored with the police. This protects the Tenant from involving in any criminal activities in the near future, since their records are stored with the police.

Other uses of the Document/Certificate[edit]

  • Tenant Verification is important to prevent the city from Crimes.
  • Tenant verification is especially important when you are living in another state or country while renting out your property in Kerala.

External Links[edit]

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  • The Police would call the Landlord and Tenant for clarifications.
  • The Police would visit the Tenant’s residence for Verification.
  • The Tenant could also be called to the Police Station for this process.