Islamabad: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) is set to fully digitalize the sale and transfer of all types of properties in Islamabad starting August 14 this year, according to a news source on June 3.

In a recent meeting chaired by CDA Chairman and Chief Commissioner Islamabad Muhammad Ali Randhawa at the CDA headquarters, it was announced that property transactions in Islamabad, including those via gift, power of attorney, mortgage, and other methods, will be processed through an e-registry system. The meeting emphasized the digitalization of properties within the CDA and the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT).

The chairman highlighted that the digitalization effort will also address complaints of fraud and forgery by covering the entry and correction of historical records. Property records will be integrated with the Nadra system, providing the public with access to their records. The project will also implement GIS mapping. Additionally, overseas Pakistanis will be able to verify the status of properties before engaging in transactions. Muhammad Ali Randhawa expressed confidence that the digitalization of property records will greatly enhance transparency and efficiency in property transactions.

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