DDA begins easy conversion process of properties
As announced earlier, the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) on Thursday operationalised simplification of <g data-gr-id="25">conversion</g> process. As a result of this simplification, the requirement of submission of documents has been considerably reduced with less emphasis on producing documents which do not have much bearing on the conversion process.
One of the major changes is that the requirement of submission of documents — two undertakings and one affidavit — has been reduced to submission of only the affidavit and the requirement of the undertakings has been totally dispensed with.
The format of the affidavit has also been simplified and has been uploaded on the website of the DDA for the convenience of the allottees. The second major change is that earlier, the applicants were required to submit a copy of the demand-cum-allotment letter and the possession letter with the NOC for obtaining water and electricity connection and the copy of the lease deed together with his/her application form.
As per the new system, in the cases where the lease deed has been executed and registered with the Sub-Registrar, copies of demand-cum-allotment letter, the possession letter and NOC are not required to be submitted at all. In cases, where perpetual lease deed has not been registered, the applicant will be required to submit only a self-attested copy of the demand-cum-allotment letter and a self-attested copy of the possession letter.