CDA eliminates NOC requirement for family property transfers

CDA eliminates NOC requirement for family property transfers

The Capital Development Authority (CDA) in Islamabad has removed the requirement that family members and heirs get a “No-Objection Certificate” (NOC) from the building control section (BCS). This was reported by news sources on November 10.

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Under the new rules for family transfers, the person who wants to move will only have to file an affidavit. If there are any problems, he will have three months to fix them. In a similar way, the NOC validity period has been increased from three months to one year to help the person who is getting the property.

The decisions were made at a meeting last week, which was led by Chairman CDA Captain (Retired) Muhammad Younas. In the next few days, the CDA will send out a formal notice to make the process easier.

Also, the CDA gave more instructions to build a system that would let old houses be sold through the authority instead of through the registry. With the new system, houses in Sectors F-6, F-7, F-8, G-6, and G-7 can be given back to their owners from the CDA without the help of the revenue department. Before, these houses were sold from one person to another through the department of revenue. The people who lived in these houses tried to get them transferred from CDA, but the city government didn’t have a way to do that.

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