AKRAMA – SAKRAMA – UPDATE – A NEW YEAR GIFT FROM THE GOVERNMENT FOR THE REGULARISATION OF VIOLATION AND DEVIATION


AKRAMA – SAKRAMA – UPDATE – A NEW YEAR GIFT FROM THE GOVERNMENT FOR THE REGULARISATION OF VIOLATION AND DEVIATION

The Government of Karnataka will notify the AKRAMA-SAKRAMA Scheme, may be from 02-01-2017 and the applications can be submitted till April, 2017.

In a bid to thwart any attempt to bring in a STAY ORDER, the Government has submitted a CAVEAT in the Supreme Court of India.

The Scheme will be enforced subject to the Supreme Court directives.

It is estimated that there are over 10,00,000 properties which have deviated from the sanctioned building plan and over few lakh sites which are in the revenue belt and DC Converted in unauthorised layouts.

B katha sites, if, eligible can regularise and the buildings with a deviation and violation of 50% in case of residential buildings and 25% in case of commercial buildings can be regularised under this scheme.

The state government on Saturday decided to invite applications from property owners for regularisation of illegal properties within the limits of the Bruhat Bangalore Mahangara Palike (BBMP).

A high-level meeting of BBMP, BDA and Urban Development department chaired by CM Siddaramaiah resolved to give four months time to the public to submit their applications for regularisation.

The state government, after resolving a few technical issues within the scheme, has finally decided to issue an official notification inviting applications from the public. Addressing media persons, Bengaluru Development Minister KJ George said, “The government has set a deadline of four months to submit applications by the public. Those properties built before 19 October 2013 are eligible for regularisation.” Elaborating further, George said, “There will not be any change in the fee structure which is based on the guidance value of the property.

All residential properties with 50 per cent deviation and commercial properties with 25 per cent deviation will be eligible to apply under the scheme.

Public can submit their applications online as well as manually at BBMP offices. Any property, which has deviation and had failed to apply under the scheme, will be mapped and mercilessly demolished after the end of the deadline.”

 

 

UPDATE ON AKRAMA AND SAKRAMA


The Bangalore City Minister, The Commissioner, BBMP and officials held a meeting and discussed about the process and procedures to enforce the Akrama – Sakrama scheme and it was learnt that the cut-off date may be extended and the 2013 (old) guidance value may be set as the value parameter and the procedures to be adopted for the regularisation.

If the VIOLATERS, does not submit the application within 3 months, the Government may cut off power and water supply to such properties, to pressurise the violators to tow in the line.

 

Conversion of B katha to A katha


The B Katha owners are very lucky that the katha is being regularised or converted to A katha and are thinking, just by paying the charges, it could be done.

Wait and follow the procedures.

The Government is coming out with the new notification and guidelines soon.

Every B katha cannot be regularised or converted.  Only those eligible are regularised.  Even, if the katha is regularised, based on misrepresentation of facts or lies or false declarations, it will STANDS CANCELLED, once it is scrutinised.

AKRAMA – SAKRAMA UPDATE


The Government may notify the scheme with complete details in a fortnight, making changes of the date from which the notification will come into effect.

Majority of the B kathas will be regularised.  But, Majority of the buildings which have large scale violation beyond the prescribed limits CANNOT BE REGULARISED, even if they have A katha, obtained by misrepresentation of facts and false details.

But, the scheme will be challenged in the Supreme Court by the interested parties.

 

REGULARISATION OF B KATHA – IF IT IS LEGAL AND DC CONVERTED


B-Katha can be regularised under the Akrama Sakrama Scheme,  if it is legal and if it is DC Converted for Residential use(Genuine) and get A katha in BBMP limits.

We provide comprehensive service for multiple sites or layouts conversion or regularisation of B Katha Sites and properties (Genuine owner, Genuine Title, Clear documents, without litigations) to A Katha. No Free Queries and No Free Consultations.

A NEWS REPORT ON THE REVENUE SITES – BE CAREFUL


A NEWS REPORT ON REVENUE SITES –  WATCH OUT

Last week, the High Court quashed the government orders of 2009 barring registration of Revenue sites/ properties.

Though the State government allowed registration of B Khata properties in the city and e-Khata properties in gramthana areas in December 2013, unapproved layouts and those in the green belt, on the city’s outskirts were not given e-khata, and hence were not registered.

Such property holders in unapproved layouts, green belts and non-converted land can now get their properties legally registered, without the requirement of e-khata or any such additional document.

While there is no official statistic on the number of such revenue pockets in the city, estimates vary from 50,000 sites to over one lakh plots, which are expected to flood the realty market.

The HC quashed the 2009 order saying sub-registrars have no powers to seek any document not stipulated under the Stamps and Registration Act.

However, a former revenue official involved with the 2009 orders said that they were promulgated to prevent mushrooming of unauthorised revenue pockets, especially in the green belt.

The problem is most severe in the newly added 110 villages and other outlying areas of the city, especially in the BDA area outside BBMP jurisdiction,  “Many private layouts have come up even in the green zones in these areas. These have neither got a conversion of land use nor are their layout plans approved,” he said.

But now, it would be tough to control mushrooming of unauthorised revenue pockets, the revenue official said. “Registration doesn’t guarantee title of a property.

This means the buyers will be taken for a ride by revenue layout developers, cheating them with illegal sites, buildings violating bylaws, which may affect the buyer at a later date,” the official said.