What is the procedure for transfer of a plot or property to the residents of Islamabad? This article by AboutPakistan Property portal is intended to help you learn more about this topic.
The following documents are required for transfer of plot or property:
- First of all, the relevant transfer application should be completed by both parties and it should be attested by the first-class officer and signed by the first-class magistrate.
- The transfer fee fixed by CDA should be given in the form of pay order.
- Attached with original allotment or offer letter.
- A copy of the identity card of the allottee or his attorney and a copy of the identity card of the attesting officer should also be brought.
- The attorney or his attorney’s thumbprint and attested photographs of both parties will also be required.
- Both parties will submit an indemnity bond to the Notary or Oath Commissioner on a Judicial Stamp Paper of Rs. 30 which will be signed by the First-Class Magistrate.
- Thereafter, a No Objection Certificate (NOC) will be obtained from the Revenue Department.
- Obtaining NOC from CDA’s Building Control Section will also be required.
- NOC will be required from the lending agency.
- Then the CDA’s acceptance letter, and affidavit of the living certificate of the allottee to be submitted by the attorney.
- If the CDA is allotting the plot to a person residing outside Islamabad, then the NOC attested by the Oath Commissioner and the First-Class Magistrate should be submitted.
- A copy of the witness identity card or a duplicate identity card of the attorney to be attested by the Oath Commissioner and counter signed by the First-Class Magistrate.
- In case of female allottee, documented evidence of blood relation should be submitted to identify the allottee.
- If the person who wants to transfer the plot or the property is not residing in the country, it should be submitted along with the attested copies of special power of attorney, passport and identity card attested by the High Commission.
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The allottee will submit the application in front office one window operation on a stamp paper of Rs. 5 after getting verification from the first-class magistrate. Meanwhile, the documents required are as follows.
- Original allotment letter
- Revenue Directorate Property Tax Clearance Certificate
- National identity cards of two witnesses
- CDA Indemnity Bond
- Copy of attested identity card
- Statement should be recorded before the concerned Deputy Director and NOC should be obtained from the Building Control Section of CDA.