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Estate Office Online Services launched in Chandigarh UT

Vivek Verma, Chandigarh vivek[dot]verma[at]nic[dot]in
  |   Jan 23, 2018
H.E. Sh. V.P. Singh Badnore, Governor of Punjab and Administrator UT Chandigarh launching the Estate Office Online Services

Estate Office Online Services ( for UT Chandigarh was launched on 19th January 2018 by H.E. Sh. V.P. Singh Badnore, Governor of Punjab and Administrator UT Chandigarh. Also present on the occasion were Mr Ajit Balaji Joshi, IAS DC Chandigarh, Mr Manoj Khatri, AEO Chandigarh alongwith team from NIC who has developed the application.

Citizens can also avail the services at the eSampark Centres. Initially services like transfer on the basis of Sale Deed, Family Transfer Deed, Gift Deed and permission to mortgage in favour of nationalized/scheduled banks will be provided to the people. To avail the services, the applicant (owner of the property) has to submit a request in the estate office, either online or at the eSampark centre and upload the requisite form alongwith complete application file.  Following this, the applicant shall obtain a date and time for an appointment in the estate office in person alongwith the original documents as per the prescribed booklet. The request will be processed thereafter. In case of the applicant not turning up on the given date and time, then the request will be deemed declined automatically and the applicant will have to apply afresh. The files will be dealt on first come first served basis and a total of 25 appointment slots will be issued everyday.

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