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CDA Eases out Family Property Transfer in Capital City

CDA Eases out Family Property Transfer in Capital City

Islamabad: As per news reports, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has approved modifications to the property manual that removes the requirement for a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the Building Control Section (BCS) for family transfers of residential properties.

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The Member Estate's report of revisions to the property handbook was authorized by the CDA board as well. The board resolved to increase the NOCs' validity from three months to one year in addition to the exemption for family transfers. The new owner of the property will nevertheless need to submit a new NOC application.

However, an affidavit indicating that any structure constructed in contravention of building bye-laws would be dismantled within three months must be delivered to the appropriate officials. By relaxing the requirements for NOCs in the case of family transfers, these amendments to the property manual are anticipated to streamline the transfer process. The CDA wants to boost efficiency in the property transfer process and public service delivery. It is relevant to mention here that over the past few years the CDA administration is doing its best to provide the residents of the capital city with the basic facilities at their doorstep.

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