Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) stopped accepting applications for mutations (requests for property transfer/assessment, etc.) until October 11. The accepting applications will begin at all citizen service centres on Monday onwards.
About 3000 applications still have to be cleared, and they will clear up pending applications first and then begin with new applications. GHMC released an internal notice to stop employees from accepting transfer requests. After the request was stopped, worried residents, thinking that delay in property mutation might hold registration on the Dharani portal.
As several property owners in Kukatpally Housing Board Colony (KPHB) are not sure whether their property is eligible to be uploaded in Dharani portal or not. Staffers informed at a citizen service centre that NOC from the bank is mandatory to obtain mutation certificate.
Property Mutation shows that it has been transferred from one person to another, and it also assists authorities in fixing taxpayers responsibility. Even though this is not a legal document, it can be important if any individual wants to sell their property in future.
Municipal administration department has instructed urban local bodies regarding the mutation process. As per the State, governments mandate, the mutation certificates receiving will start from Monday onwards.