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NOC Is Not Required For The Properties That Became Freehold Before March 2000

Listen to The Article The Land and Development Office (L&DO) stated on Thursday that high-end properties in Delhi that were converted from leasehold to freehold before March 2000 may be registered without a no-objection certificate (NOC). L&DO, which reports to the Union Housing and Concrete Affairs Ministry, instructed the Delhi income division in July not to register any property...

Good News For Amrapali Homebuyers: 11K Units Will Be Available In 2-3 Months

Listen To This Article Here is the good news for Amrapali Group's troubled home buyers, the Supreme Court was notified on Friday that 11,858 apartments will be delivered in 2 to 3 months, with 5,428 units being turned over in October. Court receiver senior lawyer R Venkataramani informed a bench of Chief Justice UU Lalit and Justice Bela M Trivedi that during the impending Christmas season...

For Violating Licence Norms, The HRERA Fined ISH Realtors Rs. 12 Lakh

The Haryana real estate regulatory authority (HRERA) fined ISH Realtors Rs 12 lakh on Wednesday for selling flats in a commercial project without a licence from the relevant department. The DTCP (Department of Town and Country Planning) granted a licence to seven landowners working with Jitender Jhangu for the building of a commercial project on 3.7187 acres of land in the revenue estate of village...

A Structural Audit Of 200 Towers In 17 Societies Will Be Conducted In Gurugram

The department of town and country planning (DTCP) has directed developers of 17 residential societies undergoing structural audits to deposit the cost in an escrow account. The funds will then be distributed to the four agencies conducting the audit. During the 45-day process, the structural audit will cover more than 200 towers, covering an area of around 2.5 crore sq. ft. in 17 residential...

Due To Lack Of Power Infrastructure, 25 Societies May Lose Licences In Gurugram

These societies rely mainly on diesel generators in the lack of a proper electric connection due to inadequate electrical infrastructure. The Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam (DHBVN) has threatened to nullify project permits for 25 housing societies in new locations along the Dwarka Expressway if their developers do not secure a solid electrical connection within the next two weeks. Because of a...

The Delhi RERA Has Directed The DDA To Register All Ongoing E-Auction Programmes

The Delhi Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) has directed the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) to register all current e-auction programmes where plots, flats, or retail shops are still for public sale by May 1, 2017. The decision was issued in response to complaints from the Residents Welfare Association of Rohini, where plots were auctioned in 2013 but improvement work was not completed by the...

Here’s Why Purchasing A Floor On A Property Smaller Than 180 Square Yards May Get You In Trouble In Gurugram

On September 8, Gurugram Deputy Commissioner Nishant Yadav issued an order stating that if such a registry is carried out, severe action will be taken against the responsible Tehsildar and registry clerk. If you want to buy a floor in Gurugram on a property less than 180 square yards, you may get into difficulties and lose your money. On September 8, Gurugram Deputy Commissioner Nishant Yadav issued...

An Agency To Check Corruption In Infrastructure Projects Will Be Established In Haryana Soon

In order to combat corruption in large development projects and hold officials accountable, the state administration has decided to establish a quality control body (QCA). Once constituted, the authority will assess ongoing projects around the state and take action against the officials involved if any flaws are discovered. According to V Uma Shankar, Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister, the...

The DTCP Has Prohibited The Sale Of Homes In 18 Gurugram Societies Due To Licence Rule Violations

Amit Madholia, district town planner (enforcement), stated that action was taken against the 18 societies and notices were posted at the premises in accordance with the DTCP director's office's instructions. The department of town and country planning (DTCP) has prohibited the purchase and sale of properties in 18 residential societies in Gurugram due to licence violations and non-payment of dues,...

Developers Have Asked In Gurugram To Submit Building Blueprints For Audit By Friday

The district town planner (enforcement) has asked the developers of 17 residential societies experiencing construction-related concerns to submit structural and architectural plans by Friday. Following submission, the district administration will issue work orders to a committee of four agencies on Monday to carry out the structural examination of these societies. The decision was made on Wednesday...

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