CDA has approved changes in the rules of property transfer in Islamabad. Now people do not need to provide the No Objection Certificate from the Building Control Section –BCS for the family transfer of the real estate.
Member Estate has submitted the summary for changes to the real estate manual in CDA which was approved later on by the board. Furthermore, the board has also decided to extend the No Objection Certificate duration from 3 months to 12 months.
However, in case of a change of owner, the new owner will have to apply for a new NOC. Likewise, the new owner will have to submit an affidavit to all the concerned authorities stating that any violation of building bye-laws can result in demolishing the building within 90 days’ tenure.
It is pertinent to note that the Capital Development Authority has taken these steps to make property transfer easier and more efficient.
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