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Home > News > Delhi Govt To Begin Registering Properties In Recently Regularised Colonies

Delhi govt to begin registering properties in recently regularised colonies

Infrawindow News Bureau

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New Delhi

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Oct. 15, 2012, 12:38 PM

Colonies in DelhiThe Delhi government will start registering properties in the recently regularised colonies but only for properties that have general power of attorney (GPA) registered before October 2011. This is being seen as a bid to bring those colonies on par with other regularised colonies.

 

According to an official in Delhi government's urban development department, a cabinet note suggesting the same has already been prepared by the UD and revenue department and is likely to be placed before the cabinet in coming weeks.

 

"Since these colonies have been regularized we want to bring them at par with other regularised colonies and therefore the same law that is applicable in others shall be implemented here," said a senior official.

 

However, the government has been cautions of the Supreme Court order that had put a blanket ban on all realty sales through GPA after October 2011. The revenue department on April this year had directed all 13 sub-registrar offices, DDA and NDMC to follow the apex court's order and declare all GPA registration done after that as null and void with retrospective effect from October.

 

The proposed cabinet note, however, is silent on having any solution for registration of properties that were bought via GPA after October 2011. The note also does not give any solution for properties that are merely registered with a notary.

 

Officials said that these are complicated cases and would take longer to be resolved. "Now that the colonies have been regularized each and every resident will eventually be given right to sale and purchase. But these are a bit technical cases and finding a solution for them may take longer," the officer added.




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