Haryana comes up with New Guidelines for Flat Registration

Published: August 16, 2010

The urban local bodies department of Haryana has come out with new guidelines for registration of independent floors within the area of municipal corporations or councils or committees of the state.

Urban local bodies minister Mahender Pratap Singh said the registration of independent floor would be allowed in case of the residential buildings situated in approved residential town planning schemes, improvement trust schemes or any other scheme approved or adopted by the state government or regularised colonies and the existing buildings located inside the original limits of municipal corporation or council or committee. The registration of independent floors would be allowed only in case of the buildings having access from at least 20 feet wide street or road.

Giving details of the parameters for floor wise registration of buildings, he said every building subject to the provisions of Haryana Municipal Corporation Act, 1994, Haryana Municipal Act, 1973, Haryana Improvement Trust Act, 2008 and regulations, rules, bye-laws framed under these Acts could have a separate and independent unit on each floor. Each such dwelling unit would be designated as independent floor.

Each independent floor would be recognised as a distinct, identifiable property with a separate identification number, to which the owner would have title along with proportionate rights in the declared common areas and common facilities, rights of access, easements and other ownership rights as well as the right to use, transfer or dispose off the property in accordance with the applicable law and rules.

Owner of each independent floor would be entitled to separate utility connections such as water supply and electricity subject to building regulations or rules of power utilities, he added.

The basement, if any, allowed in a residential building would not constitute a separate sub-division or floor and it would form a part of the independent floor at ground level.

However, in case owners of different ‘independent floors’ in a building intended and agreed to use basement as a common area for facilities such as parking or other plant and equipment required for different floors in the building, they might have undivided proportionate rights in the basement.

The owners of independent floors in a building would make adequate arrangement for parking of their vehicles within their premises and would not misuse road or public property for parking in any manner what so ever and any two independent floors could be jointly allowed to be transferred provided the ownership of both the floors was being transferred to one person, he added.

Source:Indian Realty News

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