Recertify offline NOCs, plot holders in unlawful colonies informed
Chandigarh, January 22
The federal government has requested plot holders in unlawful colonies which have been regularised to get the offline NOCs re-certified once more.
Such plot holders, in search of registration of their property with the sub-registrar, must face hassles. Solely the NOCs issued on-line had been being uploaded on the web site of the Housing and City Improvement, Native Authorities departments.
The choice was taken following a assessment assembly of officers of the Housing and City Improvement, Native Authorities and Income Division over the difficulty of pendency in issuing of the NOCs. The difficulty of “inconsistencies” in paperwork, being furnished by the beneficiaries and delay within the inter-departmental on-line processing of purposes, ensuing within the pendency of the purposes for the issuance of NOCs for the regularisation of the plots, had been flagged within the earlier conferences.
This although the federal government has decreased the issuance time for NOCs to fifteen working days.
A senior authorities functionary stated the Native Authorities Division had began importing the NOCs since December 2020 and the City Housing Division had began issuing the NOCs from June 2022. However the NOCs issued offline by the division involved previous to the given dates couldn’t be verified on the federal government portal. To make sure that offline NOCs are real, it has been determined to ask the plot holders to get their doc re-certified and get distinctive quantity.
It has been determined that every on-line NOC shall be issued a quantity in order that any reuse of the doc is detected by the sub-registrar.