Land registrations take place without actual surveys, which makes it easy for anyone to register anything. Having Unique Property Ownership Records is a possible solution to the mess, but it’s being opposed by the land mafia.
Who would be actually paying the damages? If the government pays any compensation, almost the entire cost would be paid by the Bangaloreans, given that the city generates about 80% of state GDP. Do you like the idea?
t’s not easy to navigate between loads of documents and see whether there is a violation in the property that you buy. Bengaluru needs to identify its flood zones to prevent future financial loss to the inhabitants.
It would be many steps closer to fixing the loopholes that take apartment buyers for a ride, if these rules were to come into force. Take a look at the draft and give your suggestions, before August 17.
BMRCL will be initiating the technical studies for KR Puram – Silk Board stretch, but when will the proposal be ready and how will the state find funds for a new section not part of the original design?