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 order stating that if such a registry is carried out, severe action will be taken against the responsible Tehsildar and registry clerk.

The Strict Action Will Be Taken On The Rule Violators 

The DC also ordered revenue officers to keep a close eye on such transactions. He also urged the public not to have floor-by-floor registration done on land smaller than 180 square yards.

According to Yadav, such registrations will be cancelled, and action would be taken against revenue officers who violate the norm.

Yadav stated that if a breach occurs, legal action will be taken against the responsible officials when a FIR is filed.

The judgments were made by the Deputy Commissioner while presiding over a meeting of revenue officers appointed in the district.

The Registration Is Invalid If The Plot Size Is Lower Than 180 Square Yards

Yadav stated during the meeting that floor-by-floor registration of a house built on a site of less than 180 square yards is not possible and that the entire unit should have a single registration.

In case the plot size is greater than 180 square yards, then the floors can be registered alone, but a floor cannot be separated into two or more pieces for a separate registry and clarifying that several units cannot exist on one level.

DC Yadav further stated that floor-wise registration is not possible even in plots assigned to EWS, or economically disadvantaged sectors.

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