Lahore: The Defence Housing Authority (DHA) made an important announcement on its Facebook page that all of its allottees from ballots held between 2010 and 2020 need to pay their unpaid dues or lose their plots.
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The deadline for them to pay off their debts is June 30. The notice says that the DHA Lahore has told everyone who has been given a commercial or residential plot to pay their debts so that they don’t have to deal with any trouble. In the notification, the following information was shared:
All allottees of commercial and residential plots in all phases of DHA Lahore who won a ballot between 2010 and 2020 are told to pay their remaining dues by June 30, 2022, or their plots will be taken away. Each allottee has been told this through official channels and communiques.
If late payments aren’t cleared up by the due date, DHA management has the right, according to the “Terms and Conditions of Allotment” laid out at the time of purchase of such plots, to cancel the allotments and refund the paid dues after making the necessary deductions.
The public notices should be taken as the DHA’s official word on the subject. If these allotees don’t respond to this notice, the DHA will take back what they were given.
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