A. In Som Dev & Ors vs Rati Ram & Anr on 6 September, 2006 emerges is that a decree or order of a court is exempted from registration even if clauses (b)and (c) of Section 17(1) of the Registration Act are attracted, and even a compromise decree comes under the exception, unless, of course, it takes in any immovable property that is not the subject matter of the suit.
B. Section 18 of the Registration Act lays down the instruments of which registration is optional. Instruments transferring any decree or order of a court where the subject matter of such decree or order is an immovable property, the value of which is less that one hundred rupees.
C. On the basis of the Compromise Decree or Partition Decree, you can apply for mutation in the Revenue Department. If you fail to obtain the same, approach the High Court by filing a writ petition against the concerned department.
D. You cannot file a suit for survey process, if you want to survey your property, that make an application before the Survey (Revenue) department by paying the prescribed fee.