CDA relaxes property transfer regulations in Islamabad
Islamabad’s Capital Development Authority (CDA) has approved changes to the property manual that remove the need for a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the Building Control Section (BCS) for family transfers of residential properties, news sources said on December 12.
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The CDA board also agreed to a summary of changes to the property manual that Member Estate sent them. Along with exempting family transfers, the board also decided to make NOCs last for a year instead of three months. But the next person who wants to buy the property will still have to apply for a new NOC. Still, an affidavit must be given to the right people saying that any building built against building codes will be torn down within three months.
By making it easier for family transfers to happen, these changes to the property manual are meant to make the process of moving easier. The CDA wants to make it easier for people to get public services and for property to change hands.