CDA removes the NOC requirement from Building Control Section to transfer property among Family Members

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CDA announces removing the No Objection Certificate (NOCs) requirement from the building control section (BCS) for property transfer among heirs & family members.

According to the directions, the relevant transferee must file an affidavit under the new property rules for family transfer. In case of any issues, the person will be responsible for eliminating them in 3 months.

Likewise, for a real estate transfer to persons other than a family member, the validity of the NOC period has been increased from 3 months to 1 year for transferee assistance. The decision was taken in a meeting led by Chairman CDA, Captain (retired) Muhammad Younas.

The Capital Development Authority issued instructions to develop a plan that permits the old houses to transfer through authority rather than a registry.

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