Haryana government issues new guidelines in property transactions
This decision has been taken to supplement measures taken by the government to check undervaluation of property
Jul 24, 2013
Source : The Economic Times

 

CHANDIGARH: Haryana government has issued new guidelines here on July 22 to make property transactions transparent in the state.

The state government has made it mandatory to attach photographs of buyers and sellers of property with sale deeds, Haryana’s Additional Chief Secretary and Financial Commission, Revenue and Disaster Management Department, Krishna Mohan said adding, “This decision has been taken to supplement measures taken by the government to check undervaluation of property.”

Photographs will be taken by a camera which automatically indicates the date on which the photo was taken, he said.

All Divisional Commissioners and Deputy Commissioners in the state have been directed to strictly comply to these instructions, he added.

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