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Clear pending dues to avoid cancellation of CHB flats

Only four days left for allottees to deposit balance amount
Clear pending dues to avoid cancellation of CHB flats
The authorities have to recover more than Rs 20 crore arrears from allottees of the Chandigarh Housing Board flats. File photo

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, June 12

The Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB) will start cancellation of small flats of those allottees, who fail to deposit their pending dues during the ongoing camps.

The camps, which are being held between 8 am to 1 pm, will continue till June 16, including Saturdays and Sundays in all colonies where small flats are located. Hence, the allottees have only four more days to deposit their dues to avoid cancellation of small flats.

Accordingly, cancellation notices have already been issued to many allottees. Rest of the notices will also be issued to the defaulting allottees shortly. The cancellation will start from June 17 onwards.

As per the CHB, since allottees of small flats did not deposit dues despite many efforts by the authorities in the past, the pending rent arrears had crossed Rs 20 crore.

Meanwhile, the CHB has decided to organise a 10-day camp to provide one more opportunity to the allottees and then start cancellation of allotments. The CHB will initiate cancellation of allotment of those allottees, who fail to clear their dues after this camp.

Many allottees have cleared their dues during the last six days. The CHB has collected more than Rs 2 crore at the ongoing camps.

The detail of outstanding dues against each allottee/licensee of small flats as on April 30, 2019, is available on –www.chbonline.in – the website of the CHB.

In case there is any discrepancy/dispute, the allottee/licensee may pay the outstanding dues and contact the colony branch at the office of the CHB (Recovery Section, Block ‘C’) with proof of payment for reconciliation.

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