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Maharashtra govt extends validity for building nod, NOCs by nine months

The extension of nine months is reportedly applicable to all notices issued by NMC

Government of Maharashtra, NOCs, Building permits, Government agencies, Civic bodies, Urban Development Department of Maharashtra, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Nagpur Municipal Corporation, Pandemic

The government of Maharashtra has extended due dates of all NOCs, building permits etc by nine months. None will be required to visit government agencies including civic bodies to avail of the extension.

The Urban Development Department of Maharashtra on 4 June 2020 sent letters to all urban local bodies including the Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) directing them to comply with the orders and exempt penalties, interest and process for extension to all due dates which came to an end on 25 March 2020 or during the lockdown period.

An advisory has been received from the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs on 28 May 2020. The lockdown has been imposed since 25 March 2020 following the pandemic in the country.

The extension of nine months is reportedly applicable to all notices issued by  NMC for compliance of various types of things including compounding of unauthorised constructions.

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