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  1. There can be cases when you might need to change the name on the electricity bill, such as when the previous homeowner dies and house ownership transfers to their children or when you move to a new home. Let’s read about the TNEB name transfer online process.

    TNEB Name Change Procedure:

    1. Due to death
    2. Due To Settlement/Partition/Sale/Gift without Consent Letter
    3. Due To Settlement/Partition/Sale/Gift with Consent Letter
    • After choosing the category, you will be required to attach the filled and signed the required documents
    • If you select the Owner type as Joint property, then you’ll be required to attach the "Consent Letter from Co-owner in Form-5 which is not mandatory.

    Document Required for TNEB Online Name Transfer:

    1. Due To Death

    Property Tax

    Form-4 UNDERTAKING (https://nsc.tnebltd.gov.in/nsconline/form4.pdf)

    Form-3 INDEMNITY BOND (https://nsc.tnebltd.gov.in/nsconline/form3.pdf)

    1. Due To Settlement/Partition/Sale/Gift without Consent Letter

    Form-4 UNDERTAKING (https://nsc.tnebltd.gov.in/nsconline/form4.pdf)

    Property Tax / Any 1 document (Court Judgment / Ownership issued by the Government / Computer Patta / Allotment letter / Gift settlement / Partition deed / Sale Deed)

    1. Due To Settlement/Partition/Sale/Gift with Consent Letter

    Form-4 UNDERTAKING (https://nsc.tnebltd.gov.in/nsconline/form4.pdf)

    Form-2 Name Transfer Forms (https://nsc.tnebltd.gov.in/nsconline/form2.pdf)

     I hope now you know how to do name transfer in TNEB online. 😊


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