New Bill to be introduced replacing for Delhi apartment ownership

By Accommodation Times News Services

building in society Delhi government is  introducing a new Bill  replacing the Delhi  Apartment Owner ship Act,  1986, so as to tackle the  problems of the owners of  apartment in the city. Union  Urban Development  Minister Venkaiah Naidu has confirmed and promised that the new Bill will be brought in favor of the apartment owners of Delhi.

The new Act proposes to make easier the transfer, inheritance and sale of apartment blocks for apartment owners in the city. It also aims to provide full ownership rights and simplifies the process of buying or selling houses. As of now, owners only get occupancy rights. About 20 lakh people are estimated to be living in Delhi’s apartment blocks.

It is specified that, the proposed Act will not cover cooperative group housing societies and DDA flats in the city as these are out of its purview.

“There is no clarity in the existing act and it has not been enforced fully yet. So there is a need for its complete overhaul to implement its various provisions, said a senior Urban Development Ministry official.

Naidu had called a meeting of Delhi MPs to discuss the issues concerning the city and find a way forward.

Besides apartment ownership, the issues of Delhi rent control, unauthorised colonies, Delhi Master Plan and greenery of the capital were also discussed with four Delhi MPs-Parvesh Verma, Udit Raj, Manoj Tiwari and Ramesh Bidhuri here.

“The problems in apartment ownership Act and Delhi Rent Control Act and regularisation of unauthorised colonies were discussed with the Minister and he has assured us to take it up earnestly,” Raj said after the meeting.

There will be another meeting with Delhi MPs as Naidu has asked them to come up with certain specific suggestions on these issues.

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