Government set to provide land revenue services from local units

KATHMANDU: Most of the districts still have only one or two land revenue offices which are not easily accessible to citizens of remote areas.

As it takes 4/5 days to go to the land revenue office, people have not been able to get the services such as buying and selling of land, transfer of property ownership, property division and getting a copy of land ownership certificate.

The service seekers who benefitted from a seven-day mobile service run by the Land Revenue Office, Panchthar recently complained that it takes a lot of time and money to travel from their home to the land revenue office to get the service.

Although the Department of Land Management and Archive has recently made arrangements for the local municipalities to submit online documents and applications from the municipality for the works related to real estate, the service seekers are still obliged to the Land Revenue Office to get the work done.

 

Fiscal Nepal |
Thursday December 30, 2021, 11:57:12 AM |


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