Punjab CM Announces Online Property Transfer Service For Expats

Online Property Transfer Service For Expats

CM Punjab Approves Online Property Transfer Service for Overseas Pakistanis

LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz has announced plans to develop an online property transfer service designed exclusively for overseas Pakistanis, with the goal of protecting expats from potential fraud.

Online Property Transfer Service For Expats

The newly elected provincial leader stressed the importance of this endeavor while chairing a special meeting of the Punjab Board of Revenue (BoR) dedicated to reforms.

The online property transfer service would provide overseas Pakistanis with options for mutation, e-filing, and land registration, assuring a smooth process for them.

CM Maryam Nawaz Shareef requested that it be implemented as soon as possible, with a focus on Pakistanis in the United States (US), the United Kingdom (UK), Saudi Arabia, and other Gulf nations.

She emphasized the necessity of meeting deadlines in delivering these services and sought a record of government land throughout the province.


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In addition to property transfer services, the Chief Minister highlighted plans to establish roadside gyms and parks on government-owned land to improve public facilities.

She also directed the development of land facilitation centers in each district to help simplify land-related operations.

During the meeting, information was provided on the planned land facilitation centers, which are expected to be operational in 11 divisions by June 30.

It was also reported that online land records for 5,798 Mauza will be available by December 2024. Furthermore, Punjab Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz was updated on the launch of the online land record project in ten districts, with an emphasis on utilizing 811,044 acres of government land for corporate farming.

Earlier in the day, Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz presided over another meeting in Lahore to discuss detailed plans for Punjab’s Regional Economic Corridor. She underlined the need of mapping industrial zones and getting accurate data to help small industrialists and successfully tackle smog.

Maryam Nawaz reaffirmed the government’s commitment to assisting investors, stating that all efforts will be taken to create an investor-friendly climate in the province.

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