Tribune press service
Chandigarh, July 7
The state has developed a policy for setting the market rate for real estate in the state under which a uniform standing committee will be formed to set market rates for such properties.
The committee will set the property prices of all government departments, councils, corporations, panchayati raj institutions and local urban bodies.
Sanjeev Kaushal, finance commissioner, chief income and supplementary secretary, income and disaster management department, said the policy provided for land registers, i.e. copies of jamabandi, mutation, khasra girdawari, aksh shijra, field notebook would be made available by the deputy commissioner. concerning. Title deed including ownership, khasra numbers will be verified online from the web-HALRIS portal by the Divisional Commissioner’s Revenue team.
The appointed experts will carry out an evaluation of the property and submit a report within 10 days of the date of their request. The Uniform Standing Committee will meet within seven days of receiving the report and average the assessment made by the experts.