Chandigarh, Nov 30 (UNI) Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) has given three months of time to all the allottees of HUDA sectors and schemes, who have not yet taken possession of their allotted plot inspite of possession having been offered already, to take possession of their plots from their concerned Estate Officer, HUDA.
A spokesman of the HUDA said that such allottees had also been given notice to construct a boundary wall at least of nine inches of height within another three months.
The main purpose of this exercise was to make available clearly demarcated possession of all allotted plots on ground so as to avoid all kinds of disputes, he added.
He said that in case the allottees fail to act so, no request of such allottees for re-allotment, mortgage permission and approval of building plan would be entertained and the allottee would not be entitled to allotment of alternate plot on the same term and conditions as of the original plot if subsequently it come to the notice that the allotted plot was either not available at site or not available as per approved dimensions.
He said that for the benefit of the allottees and in a bid to reduce the disputes and litigation related to the possession of allotted plots, HUDA had formulated new policy guidelines for offer of its possession of plots to the allottees. These guidelines provide that the allottees must take possession of allotted plots within a maximum period of three months of offer of possession and construct a boundary wall at least of nine inches of height within another three months.
This would ensure that if there was any dispute regarding possession of plot, the same would come to the notice immediately and corrective actions including allotment of alternative plots could accordingly be taken.
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