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Chandigarh Housing Board nod to transfer of properties

The board also accorded approval to the regularisation of commercial activities in the CHB rehabilitation colonies. It was decided to have a uniform policy in consonance with the Chandigarh estate office.

By: Express News Service | Chandigarh |
August 13, 2016 5:35:26 am
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The Chandigarh Housing Board on Friday approved transfer of properties in sectors 49 and 63, where conveyance deed of the land allotted to the board has not been executed.

The board has requested the UT estate office for execution of the conveyance deeds as early as possible.

The board also accorded approval to the regularisation of commercial activities in the CHB rehabilitation colonies. It was decided to have a uniform policy in consonance with the Chandigarh estate office.

The board also decided to take up the matter with the Chandigarh administration for approval of the UT administrator for the allotment of accommodation out of discretionary quota flats/vacant apartments to the Income Tax department for sale as per the earmarked reserve price.

Meanwhile, for the e-auction of vacant residential properties, a committee would be constituted to survey the market and for fixing the reserve price for e-auction of vacant residential properties belonging to the Chandigarh Housing Board.

More than 500 residential properties are lying vacant.

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