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Panel reviews process to streamline property services, Real Estate News, ET RealEstate

Panel reviews process to streamline property services, Real Estate News, ET RealEstate
CHANDIGARH: An 11-member panel headed by MP Kirron Kher held its first meeting via video conferencing on Thursday to review the process of sanction of mutation, grant of occupancy certificate, no-objection certificate and other citizen-centric requirements.

The panel discussed streamlining the process of mutation of property through sale deed, transfer of lease rights by sale, grant of no-objection certificate and certificate of unearned profit under Rule 1973 and 2007.

It also discussed unearned increase for transferring society flats and other properties, charging of GST by the Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB) and transfer of flats in case of GPA holders. Deputy commissioner Mandip Brar also shared with the MP the progress of digitisation of the UT estate office.

The panel was recently formed by the UT administration on the directions of the Supreme Court. It was set up by UT administrator Banwari Lal Purohit and has as members MP Kirron Kher, mayor, deputy commissioner, CHB chief executive officer (CEO), UT chief architect, UT senior standing counsel, assistant estate officer (AEO), CHB secretary, estate officer of municipal corporation, UT finance and planning officer and BJP president and MC councillor Arun Sood. The assistant estate officer is the convener of the committee.

Noting that Chandigarh residents are “widely harassed” while seeking a no-objection certificate for the sale of leasehold property, the Supreme Court, in its September 7 order, had asked the UT administration to set up a committee to streamline the process for the sanction of mutation, grant of occupancy certificate, no-objection certificate and other citizen-centric requirements.


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