The Registration (Assam amendment) act 2021, No NOC required for Property Registraion

The Registration (Assam amendment) act 2021 for no objection certificate (NOC) not will be required obtained from the Deputy Commissioner (DCs) for Property Registration, The Latest Amendment Registration Act will be discuss below.

Assam Government notified on 24th February 2022 The Assam Gazette Extraordinary publish by the Authority Legislative Department Assam Government. The Registration (Assam Amendment) Act 2021 revised the assent of the president of India on 15th February 2022, The The Registration (Assam Amendment) Act 2021 Assam Act No 1 of 2022.The principal Registration Act 1908 which was subsequent Amendment the Registration (Assam amendment) act 2009 and more. Whereas it is expedient further to amend the Registration act, in its application to the state of Assam.

Today Chief Minister  of Assam Government Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma tweets “In a further boost to administrative reforms, HoA has done amendment of Sec 21A of Registration Act to expedite registration process for transfer/Lease of house, flats, residential apartments, commercial buildings etc. Henceforth, no NOC will be required to be obtained from DCs.”

Amendment the Registration (Assam amendment) act 2021

Here we are inform to the registrant public of Assam State, Section 21A is Amendment in the legislative Department Subsequent Amendment of the Registration (Assam amendment) act 2009 and principal act as follows-

Short Title, extent and commencement

1)

  1. This act may be called the Registration (Assam Amendment) Act, 2021
  2. It extends to the whole of Assam
  3. it shall come into force at once.

Amendment of Section 21A

2)

In the principal Act, in third line, in between the words “improvable property” and “shall be” the following shall be inserted, namely-

“except for house, flat, residential apartment, commercial building or any construction or structure crected on a plot of land”.

Registration Act, 1908 (Assam Amendment)

In the the Registration Act 1908 Section 21 inserted Description of property and maps or plans

Section 21 – Description of property and maps or plans

(1)    No non-testamentary document relating to immovable property shall be accepted for registration unless it contains a description of such property sufficient to identify the same.

(2)    Houses in towns shall be described as situate on the north or other side of the street or road (which should be specified) to which they front, and by their existing and former occupancies, and by their numbers if the houses in such street or road are numbered.

(3)   Other houses and lands shall be described by their name, if any, and as being the territorial division in which they are situate, and by their superficial contents, the roads and other properties on to which they abut, and their existing occupancies, and also, whenever it is practicable, by reference to a Government map or survey.

(4)   No non-testamentary document containing a map or plan of any property comprised therein shall be accepted for registration unless it is accompanied by a true copy of the map or plan, or, in case such property is situate in several districts, by such number of true copies of the map or plan as are equal to the number of such districts.

After Principal Registration Act, 1908 subsequent amendment by Assam Government legislative department of Registration (Assam amendment) Act,  2009 Section 21 which was after State Amendment  inserted in Section 21A given below-

The Registration (Assam amendment) Act, 2009

The following new section 21A shall be inserted, namely: –

“No registration of non- testamentary instruments without no objection certificate

21 A. Notwithstanding anything contained in any other provision of this Act, no non – testamentary
instrument relating to immovable property shall be accepted for registration unless the Deputy Commissioner of the concerned district issues a No Objection Certificate containing the description
of such immovable property to be transferred and also such other No objection Certificates, which are required to be issued by the Deputy Commissioner or any other Authority under any law for the time being in force or under any Executive Instruction , Order etc. issued by the State Government from time to time;

Provided that all such No Objection Certificates shall be issued within a period of thirty days from the date of the receipt of application and in case No Objection Certificate is not issued within the stipulated period of thirty days, a speaking order with reasons there of shall be issued to the applicant within the said stipulated period.

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