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Friday, September 2, 2016

Mutation must 3 days after purchase

Cabinet approves to amend Goa, Daman and Diu Land Revenue Act

PANJIM: In a bid to simplify the mutation process, the State Cabinet, on Friday, accorded its approval to amend the Goa, Daman and Diu Land Revenue Act, under which it will be mandatory to start the mutation process within three days of purchase of property.

Addressing media persons post meeting, Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar said the amendment was brought in to bring in transparency and simplification of current process. “We have noticed that due to tedious process, once properties are purchased or sold out, mutations were not done,” he said.
As per the amendment, it will be binding on the sale deed registering authority to send the mutation application to the concerned mamlatdar within three days, Parsekar said.
“The registering officers will have to accept the application of mutation and forward the same to the concerned mamlatdar within three days,” he explained.
In yet another decision, Cabinet has granted its nod for hike in wages of 43 pre-primary helpers from Rs 5740 to Rs 8380 per month.
Also, the cabinet has approved appointment of video conference equipment operator at the Directorate of Prisons on contract basis. It has also accorded approval for revival of post of occupational therapist at IPHB.

Herald Goa News

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