An official from the Authority said, “We will soon finalise the date for providing online services. As per the plan, we will be able to put property details online by the end of November.”
At present, it takes more than a month to complete a work, such as getting mortgage permission. So, the Authority is planning to execute a job within five to fifteen days, depending on the nature of job.
An allotte, namely Rohit Mattu, said, “Let us see if the online system provides any relief to allottes. Every time we have a query or when some work has to be done, we have to visit the Greater Noida Authority office at the Chitvan Estate area.
Following the footsteps of the Noida Authority, the Greater Noida authority is also planning to develop an online facility to address the grievance through smartphone apps.
As per the officials, “Once the portal and smart app is in place, works such as execution of lease deeds, issue of no-dues certificate, transfer of plots, issue of duplicate papers, transfer/surrender of flat/house, renting permissions, transfer memorandums and mortgage permissions will be done on mobile phones itself.”
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