Bangalore: The Karnataka Government has finally decided to issue an all-in-one property card to the property owners in Bangalore. This card can be a gift to the public before Diwali.
To restrain the duplications of papers, the Govt has finally approved the Urban Property Ownership Record (UPOR).
The property card will be authentic and will contain all the details of the property including tax receipts. Without the card no registrations can be taken place in the city. The first phase of the project covers Malleswaram, Yeshwantpur, Rajajinagar, Jayanagar East, Siddapura and Yediyur.
In a span of 90 days, project staff will be reaching on the doorsteps of the IT city to verify property deeds before issuing the card. Tenders have been floated to start surveying and verification for properties in 50 wards of the City.
The bids will close on October 18 after which the Govt will select agencies to undertake the survey and verifications in the ward. The remaining wards will be completed in the second phase, confirmed an official.
The Govt will issue notices to the property owners to be ready with their documents. Once the documents are verified, the department will issue a property card. If the owner has any complain he can apply again and will be issued a final property card.