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Dwellers in Collector’s land all set to protest

DNMUM407735 | 2/14/2018 | Author : Varun Singh | WC :319

Seek transfer of property from Class B to Class A land

Residents of more than 200 housing societies located on land belonging to the collector will be holding a protest outside his office in Bandra on Thursday. The protesters have complaint against having to go and seek a prior permission and pay fee for everything from sale/transfer of membership, mortgaging a flat or renting it out. The societies think of it as undue harassment that delays the processes of renting or transferring their properties. Close to a lakh flats in Mumbai, and nearly 22,000 societies across the state are affected by this.
There are close to 3,000 societies in Mumbai itself who are impacted because of this order. They are demanding an amnesty scheme where the government charges them Rs 100 per sq ft and transfers
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