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Introduction 

Water Noc is the no objection certificate indicates that there is not any issue to supply the water to the building or Project. 

Its mandatory to have Water Noc to obtain completion Certificate of building.

Water noc is issued by government authorities like  khestriya karyalaya or grampanchayat whichever is applicable as per plot.

1. Why Water noc is required? 

Water Noc is the very essential document to get the Completion Certificate or Occupation Certificate of the building. And then after its required to get water connection on plot as well.

It required for every project whether the project is residential or commercial.

2. What are the Documents required for Water Noc?

To get the water Noc, following documents needs to attach with the application-

1. Architect inward letter And OC

2. Latest 7/12 extract

3. Latest Tax Noc

4. Commencement Certificate xerox

5. Sanction plan copy

6. Water Development challan

7.Tanker bill

8. BoarwellNoc

9. Boarwell light bill

3. How to get Water noc?

After submitting the complete application with all necessary documents to the respective authority like kshetriyakaryalay or grampanchayat whichever applicable as per plot, the owner / developer gets the water noc.

To have Water supply or water connection in your building you have to apply to joining water  connection in main water line.

After the completion of building, to get the water connection or to join water line on the plot the eligible person has to apply again to the respective authority with sample form given by them, the following documents needs to be attach

1. Water noc

2. Completion Certificate

3. Plinth Certificate

4. Commencement Certificate

5. Layout plan

6. NA Order

The sample form with all relevant documents has to submit to the kshetriyakaryalay. The owner or developer has to pay some Water Challan to buy the water meter.

With approval of the application for Water connection, the plumber of authorities come for site visit and join the water connection.

4. Who provides Water Noc? 

The kshetriyakaryalay or grampanchayat gives the water noc which is required for construction.

The Liaisoning Architect or Liaisoning professional helps you to get water Noc.

5. Cost Required to get water noc?

Water charges challan has to be paid at the time of obtaining the building permission which is charged as per the plot area.

Title and Search Report

 

Know More About Title and Search Report

 

 A title and search report of property is a certificate or search report of the property that states whether the land have any debt or any financial liability or any sort of burden. A title search report (Also known as a Land search report) is very important in many cases such as to check the legal ownership and incase of disputed land.

 

What is Title and Search Report?

 

The title and search report of the property is a certificate stating the ownership of the land. This can be obtained from the advocate of the owner of the property and one can have his advocate inspect the report to find and make sure the title of the property.

 

Who conducts a Title Search and Issues a Report?         

       

It is obtained from the advocate. First, the essential documents such as Ferfar (Transfer of deed), and 7/12 certificate are collected. Then he checks the history from the document like the Loan history of the land, dispute of the land, etc. If the title and search report are required for 30 years then the 30-year-old records of Ferfarare generated. Generally, Search Reports and Title certificates for 13 years and 30 years are considered. Then the advocate gives the Title deed based on the available data.

 

When Title search report of the property is required?

 

In the process of buying and selling property; one who is buying the property asks for the title search report of the property and only after that decides to buy the property. The Title clear land is very important. It is also important in changing the ownership of the property for ex. handing the ownership from husband to wife, Father to son, etc.  These records are kept in ‘ferfar’ means transfer of deed. A title clear report is important in the land registry, Building permission sanctions, when you need the bank loan, and also during RERA registration of projects.

 

What are the document requirements for this service?

 

Mainly there are two documents required to obtain the Search and Title report – the 7/12 certificate (7/12 Extract) and Ferfar (Transfer of deed certificate)

  • Ferfar (Mutation entries) is for checking the ownership transfer history.
  • 7/12 Certificate shows the information about lands such as survey number, area, and many more.

With this minimum list of certificates, you can obtain a search and title report from a registered advocate.

 

Step by step Process for procuring search report –

  1. Obtain the Ferfar certificate from the government revenue department.
  2. Obtain the 7/12 for the number of years you want (the certificate for 7/12 can be generated online and also obtained from the Talathi office after application).
  3. Then advocate studies the documents and drafts a detailed document about the land. For example change of ownership of the land, adjoining land on east, west north, and south (road, plot, etc). It is also records loan history of the bank, if it is clear of all debts or not. If the loan is not clear then it is also recorded.
  4. After that, the advocate takes the sign and stamp of the concerned authority and registers the Title and Search Report. Then advocates issue the final land search report.

Title search reports various requirement              

In the case of buying and selling of the property, the buyer may ask for the deed title and then the seller has to provide the certificate title search to the buyer. It is equally important in other aspects such as bank loans, Rera registration, etc. When someone applies for a bank loan the bank asks for a title search report for 30 years. It is also important to obtain the building permission. For the building permission, the property title report is required for 30 and 50 years. It changes from corporation to corporation. The clean title search helps the buyer to make the further decision.  The search report of the property is equally important in the transfer of ownership land registry.

 

Time Required for the Process of Getting Title Search Report 

 

The time required for getting 7/12 and the transfer of deed means the certificate is 2 to 4 days. And to create a report it takes 2 to 5 days for the advocate. So in total to obtain a Deed of Title is the process of one week.

 

Consultant fees to get title search report

 

It varies from the area of the plot to and location of the plot. It starts from Rs 4000 and can go up to 40,000. As the work is private so cost varies according to the quality of the work. Also, the title search report cost in Pune varies for different service providers.

 

What all services do advocates can offer in land and construction?

 

Advocate deed, gift deed, deed of transfer of ownership, etc Advocates in Pune can help you with services like building stay orders, complaints against stay orders, compliance of any legal document related to land ownership, and having a big role in land deals & construction-related services. Sale deed, transfer deed, conveyance.

 

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Buildings of Smart Fin Tech Centre in UDCPR 2020

Rule No.7.12 Buildings of Smart Fin-Tech Centre

 

i) The Authority may permit additional FSI up to 200% over and above the basic permissible FSI to Smart Fin-Tech Centre located in Residential/Industrial/Commercial Zone, which have been approved by the Directorate of Information Technology, proposed to be set up (hereinafter referred to as the "said unit") by charging premium of 20% of the land rate for the said land as prescribed in Annual Statement of Rates for the relevant year of granting such additional FSI.

 

Provided that additional FSI shall be permissible only on plots having an access road of a minimum of 18.0 m. width and subject to approval by a committee chaired by the Principal Secretary, Information Technology, and comprising representatives of Industries, Finance and Urban Development Department (UD-1).

 

Provided further that, the premium so collected shall be shared between the Planning Authority and the Government in the proportion of 50: 50. The share of the Government shall be deposited in the Fin-Tech Corpus fund which is being set up by the Director of Information Technology.

 

(Explanation: Premium charges shall be calculated based on the value of lands under such zones, determined by considering the land rates of the said land as prescribed in the Annual Statement of Rates (ASR). These charges shall be paid at the time of permitting additional FSI by considering the ASR for the relevant year without applying the guidelines).

 

ii) The total maximum permissible FSI shall not exceed the limit of 3.00. In case of plot fronting on roads having a width of 24.0 m. or more, the FSI may be permitted to be exceeded upto 4.00.

 

iii) No amenity space is required to be left for the development of plot/land up to 2.00 hectares for the Smart Fin-Tech Centre.

 

iv) At least 85% of the total proposed Built-up area (excluding parking area) shall be permitted for the business of Fin-Tech (start-ups, incubators, and accelerators), banking and financial service including NBFC and insurance, and IT/ITES with focus on Fin-Tech.

 

v) The Directorate of Information Technology will develop a web portal on which the developer of every Smart Fin-Tech Centre will be bound to provide/update detailed information about the names of the units in the park, utilization of built-up area, and activities being carried out, manpower employed in the Smart Fin-Tech Centre on a yearly basis.

 

vi) If a Smart Fin-Tech Centre has availed additional FSI as per the provisions of this regulation and subsequently it is found that the built-up space in the Smart Fin-Tech Centre is being used for non-Fin-Tech / commercial activities / any other activity, not permitted as per the Smart Fin-Tech Centre policy under which the said Centre was approved, a penal action as below will be taken, the payment shall be shared between the Authority and the Government in the ratio of 3:1.

a) The misuse shall be ascertained by physical site verification of the said Smart Fin-Tech Centre policy by a team of officers from the Directorate of Information Technology and the Authority, which has approved the building plans of the said Smart Fin-Tech Centre.

 

b) A per day penalty equal to 0.3% of the prevailing ready reckoner value of the built-up area that has been found to be used for non-Fin-Tech activities, shall be imposed.

 

c) The penalty will be recovered from the date of commencement of unauthorized use till the day of non-Fin-Tech activities.

 

After payment of the penalty to the Authority, which has sanctioned the building plans of the concerned Smart Fin-Tech Centre, the said Smart Fin-Tech Centre will restore the use of premises to the original purpose for which LOI / Registration was granted. If the Smart Fin-Tech Centre fails to pay the penalty and/or restore the use to its original intended use, the Authority will take suitable action under the Maharashtra Regional and Town Planning Act, 1966, against the erring Smart Fin-Tech Centre under intimation to the Directorate of Information Technology. These provisions will be over and above the penal provisions of the M.R. & T.P. Act, 1966.

 

vii) In this regulation the terms and expression shall have the meaning specified in the Fin-Tech Policy declared by the Directorate of Information Technology vide Govt. Resolution No.DIT- 2018/CR-17/D-1/39, dated 16th February, 2018. Notwithstanding anything contained in the existing regulation, the above provisions shall be applicable to the Smart FinTech Centre.

 

Other provisions of existing regulations, which are not specifically mentioned in this regulation, shall be applicable.

 

Related Regulations to Rule No. 7

 

Rule No. 7.0 in UDCPR 2020

 

Entitlement of FSI for Road Widening or Construction of New Roads or Surrender of Reserved Land in UDCPR 2020

 

Development and Redevelopment Of Staff Quarters Of the State Government or Its Statuary Bodies or Planning Authority in UDCPR 2020

 

Development and Redevelopment of Housing Schemes of Maharashtra Housing Area Development Authority in UDCPR 2020

 

Redevelopment of Existing Buildings in UDCPR 2020

 

Development of Housing for EWS and LIG in UDCPR 2020

 

Regulations for Development of Information Technology Establishment, Data Centers in UDCPR 2020

 

Regulation for Development of Biotechnology Parks in UDCPR 2020

 

Incentive for Green Buildings in UDCPR 2020

 

Commercial Buildings in CBD, Commercial, Residential Zone in Planning Authorities Areas in UDCPR 2020

 

Vasai Virar City Municipal Corporation in UDCPR 2020

UDCPR 2020 Chapter 9 is all about the City Specific Regulations as per mentioned in the UDCPR 

 

This is Applicable to all Planning Authorities and Regional Plan Areas except Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai, Other Planning Authorities/Special Planning Authorities/ Development Authorities within the limit of Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai, MIDC, NAINA, Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust, Hill Station Municipal Councils, Eco-sensitive/Eco-fragile region notified by MoEF & CC and Lonavala Municipal Council, in Maharashtra.

 

Rule No. 10.6 Vasai Virar City Municipal Corporation

 

The following regulations shall be applicable for the low-intensity development areas in the Vasai Virar City Municipal Corporation.


The basic and total permissible FSI with DR/TDR on the plot shall be as under :-

 

Table No.10-A

Sr. No.Land use ZoneBase FSIAdditional FSI on payment of premiumAdmissible TDR including Road widening FSI if anyMaximum permissible FSI
1Low-Density Residential Zone0.30.2--0.5

 

Rule No. 10.7 Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation

 

10.7.1 Uses Permissible in Agriculture Zone

 

The lands along 45.0 m., 30.0 m. wide roads up to a depth of 30.0 m. may be developed for residential purposes on condition that the owner should provide infrastructural facilities such as a septic tank, drainage, water supply, etc. at his own cost.

 

10.7.2  Manori - Gorai - Uttan Notified Area

 

Special Development Control Regulations sanctioned for the Manori -Gorai-Uttan Notified Area as amended from time to time shall be applicable for the development/redevelopment in the said notified area being a special Tourism Development Plan sanctioned for this notified area.

 

Rule No. 10.8 Ulhasnagar City Municipal Corporation

 

Regulations of unauthorized development in Ulhasnagar City Municipal Corporation shall be governed by the Regularisation of Unauthorised Developments in the City of Ulhasnagar Act, 2006.

 

Rule No. 10.11 National Park and Tungareshwar Eco-Sensitive Zone

 

10.11.1 Development around National Park and Tungareshwar Eco-sensitive Zone

 

The restrictions imposed by the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change for the Eco-sensitive Zone declared around Sanjay Gandhi National Park and Tungareshwar Eco-sensitive Zone shall be applicable as amended from time to time in addition to these Regulations.

 

Rule No. 10.12 Maharashtra Airport Development Company Notified Area

 

10.12.1

 

In the areas notified for Maharashtra Airport Development Company as Planning Authority/Special Planning Authority, the following additional regulation shall be applicable.

The basic FSI permissible for development in Airport and allied activities/services, Special Economic Zone, Mix Use Zone, and Public-Semi-Public Zone shall be 1.50.

 

Related Regulations to Rule No. 10

 

Special Rules for Pune City in UDCPR 2020

 

Thane Municipal Corporation Area in UDCPR 2020

 

Special Rules for Nagpur City and Nagpur Metropolitan Region Development Authority in UDCPR 2020

 

Nashik Municipal Corporation in UDCPR 2020

 

Kolhapur Municipal Corporation in UDCPR 2020

 

Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation in UDCPR 2020

 

Bhiwandi Surrounding Notified Area in UDCPR 2020

 

CIDCO Area Excluding Naina Area in UDCPR 2020

 

Definitions in Administration in UDCPR 2020

UDCPR 2020 Chapter 1 is all about Administration as per mentioned in the UDCPR 

 

This is Applicable to all Planning Authorities and Regional Plan Areas except Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai, Other Planning Authorities/Special Planning Authorities/ Development Authorities within the limit of Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai, MIDC, NAINA, Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust, Hill Station Municipal Councils, Eco-sensitive/Eco-fragile region notified by MoEF & CC and Lonavala Municipal Council, in Maharashtra.

 

Rule No. 1.3 Definitions

 

In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires, the definitions given hereunder, shall have meaning indicated against each of them.

 

Words and expressions which are not defined in these Regulations, shall have the same meaning or sense as in the :-

 

i)  Maharashtra Regional and Town Planning Act, 1966

 

ii)  Maharashtra Municipal Corporations Act, 1949

 

iii)  Nagpur Improvement Trust Act, 1936

 

iv)  Maharashtra Municipal Councils, Nagar Panchayats and Industrial Townships Act, 1965

 

v)  Maharashtra Metropolitan Region Development Authority Act, 2016

 

vi)  Maharashtra Land Revenue Code, 1966

 

vii)  Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016

 

viii)  National Building Code of India, 2016

 

ix)  Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Act, 1976

 

x)  Maharashtra Slum Areas (Improvement, Clearance And Redevelopment) Act, 1971

 

1. Act - means the Maharashtra Regional & Town Planning Act, 1966 as may be amended from time to time.

 

2. Addition/Alteration - means any change in existing authorized building or change from one occupancy to another, or a structural change, such as an addition to the area or height, or the removal of part of a building, or any change to the structure, such as the construction of, cutting into or removal of any wall, partition, column, beam, joist, floor, roof or other support or a change to or closing of any required means of ingress or egress or a change to the fixtures of equipment as provided under these regulations. However, modification in regards to gardening, whitewashing, painting, plastering, pointing, paving and retiling shall not be deemed to be alteration.

 

3. Advertising Sign - means any surface or structure with characters, letters or illustrations applied thereto and displayed outdoors in any manner whatsoever for purposes of advertising or to give information regarding or to attract the public to any place for public performance, article or merchandise whatsoever, or is attached to, or forms a part of the building, or is connected with any building or is fixed to a tree or to the ground or to any pole, screen, fence or hoarding or displayed in space, or in or over any water body.

 

4. Air-conditioning - means the process of treating air so as to control simultaneously its temperature, humidity, cleanliness and distribution to meet the requirement of conditioned space.

 

5. Accessory Building - means a building separate from the main building on a plot and containing one or more rooms for accessory use such as servant quarters, garages, store rooms etc.

 

6. Accessory/Ancillary Use - means any use of the premises subordinate to the principal use and incidental to the principal use.

 

7. Amenity Space - for the purpose of these regulations, amenity space means a statutory space kept in any layout to be used for any of the amenities such as open spaces, parks recreational grounds, playgrounds, sports complexes, gardens, convenience shopping, parking lots, primary and secondary schools, nursery, health club, Dispensary, Nursing Home, Hospital, sub-post-office, police station, electric substation, ATM of banks, electronic cyber library, open market, garbage bin, assisted living and hospice together, senior citizen housing and orphanage together, project affected persons' housing, auditorium, conventional centre, water supply, electricity supply and includes other utilities, services and conveniences.

 

8. Annual Statements of Rates - means the Annual Statements of Rates (ASR) published by the Inspector General of Registration, Maharashtra State, Pune.

 

9. Architectural Projection - means a chajja, cornice, etc. which is a protrusion from the building facade or line of the building only for aesthetic purposes and not used for any habitable purpose.

 

10. Access - means a clear approach to a plot or a building.

 

11. Architect - An Architect who is a member of the Indian Institute of Architects and duly registered with the Council of Architecture under the Architects Act, 1972.

 

12. Apartment - means whether called block, chamber, dwelling unit, flat, office, showroom, shop, godown, premises, suit, tenement, unit or by any other name, means a separate and self-contained part of any immovable property, including one or more rooms or enclosed spaces, located on one or more floors or any part thereof, in a building or on a plot of land, used or intended to be used for any residential or commercial use such as residence, office, shop, showroom or godown or for carrying on any business, occupation, profession or trade, or for any other type of use ancillary to the purpose specified.

 

13. Applicant - means any person who is an owner or a person having an irrevocable registered Power of Attorney of an owner and any other document as acceptable to the Authority.

 

14. Authority means :

 

i) in the case of a Municipal Corporation, the Municipal Commissioner or such other officer as he may appoint on this behalf.

 

ii)  in the case of a Zilla Parishad, the Chief Executive Officer or such other officers as he may appoint on this behalf.

 

iii)  in the case of a Municipal Council, the Chief Officer of the Council; and

 

iv)  in the case of any other local authority, Special Planning Authority, New Town Development Authority or Area Development Authority, the Chief Executive Officer or person exercising such powers under Acts applicable to such authorities.

 

v)  in the area of a Regional Plan, the Collector of the District.

 

vi)  in the case of Development Authorities established under the Metropolitan Region Development Authorities Act, the Metropolitan Commissioner or such other officer as he may appoint on this behalf.

 

vii)  in case the land is situated in the gaothan, within the meaning of clause (10) of section 2 of the Maharashtra Land Revenue Code, 1966, the village Panchayat concerned.

 

15. Atrium - means a skylighted and naturally/mechanically ventilated area in a building, with no intermediate floors and used as circulation space or entrance foyer.

 

 

16. Balcony - means a horizontal cantilever projection, including parapet, handrail or balustrade to serve as a passage or sitting out place with at least one side open, except for the railing or parapet wall for safety.

 

 

Also, the non-cantilever balcony shown in the illustration below shall be treated as a balcony.

 

 

17. Basic FSI - means floor Space Index permissible without levy of premium or loading of TDR on any parcel of land as per the provisions of these regulations.

 

18. Basement/Cellar - means the lower storey of a building below or partly below the ground level with one or more than one level.

 

19. Biotechnology Unit/Park - means a Unit or a Park which is certified as such by the Development Commissioner (Industries).

 

20. Building - means any structure for whatsoever purpose and of whatsoever materials constructed and every part thereof whether used as human habitation or not and includes foundation, plinth, walls, floors, roofs, chimneys, wells, doorsteps, fencing, plumbing and building services, fixed - platforms, verandahs, balcony; cornice or projection, part of a building or anything affixed thereto or any wall fence enclosing or intended to enclose any land or space and signs and outdoor display structures. However, tents, shamiyanas and the tarpaulin shelters erected for temporary and ceremonial occasions with the permission of the Authority shall not be considered as buildings.

 

21. Built-up Area - means the area covered by a building on all floors including cantilevered portion, and mezzanine floors, if any, but excluding the areas specifically exempted from the computation of Floor Space Index (F.S.I.) under these Regulations.

 

22. Building Line - means the line up to which the plinth of a building adjoining a street or an extension of a street or on a future street may lawfully extend. It includes the lines prescribed, if any, in any scheme and/or development plan/Regional Plan, or under any other law in force.

 

23. Building Height - means the vertical distance measured in the case of flat roofs, from the average level of the ground around and contiguous to the building or as decided by the Authority to the terrace of last floor of the building adjacent to the external walls; to the highest point of the building and in the case of pitched roofs, up to the point where the external surface of the outer wall intersects the finished surface of the sloping roof; and in the case of gable facing road, the mid-point between the eaves level and the ridge. Architectural features serving no other function except that of decoration, terrace water tank, staircase roof and parapet wall shall be excluded for the purpose of measuring heights.

 

24. Cabin - means a non-residential enclosure constructed of non-load bearing, non-masonry partitions.

 

25. Carpet area - means the net usable floor area of an apartment, excluding the area covered by the external walls, areas under services shafts, exclusive balcony or veranda area and exclusive open terrace area, but includes the area covered by the internal partition walls of the apartment.

 

Explanation (1) - The expression "exclusive balcony or veranda area" means the area of the balcony or veranda, as the case may be, which is appurtenant to the net usable floor area of an apartment, meant for the exclusive use of the allottee; and "exclusive open terrace area" means the area of open terrace which is appurtenant to the net usable floor area of an apartment, meant for the exclusive use of the allottee.

 

Explanation (2) - If in any regulation of these regulations, the carpet area is defined differently than what is mentioned here, then the carpet area as mentioned in that regulation, shall be applicable.

 

26. Chajja - means a sloping or horizontal structural overhang usually provided over openings on external walls to provide protection from sun and rain and for the purpose of architectural appearance.

 

27. Chief Fire Officer - means a Chief Fire Officer as specified in the Maharashtra Fire Prevention and Life Safety Measures Act, 2006 and Rules there under as amended from time to time.

 

28. Chimney - means an upright shaft containing one or more flues provided for the conveyance to the outer air of any product of combustion resulting from the operation of heat-producing appliance or equipment employing solid, liquid or gaseous fuel.

 

29. Cluster - means any area of land so defined, under these regulations.

 

30. Combustible Material - means a material which when burnt adds heat to a fire when tested for combustibility in accordance with IS 3808-1979 : Method of test for non-combustibility of building materials (first revision) given in the National Building Code.

 

31. Congested Area - In the case of the Regional Plan area, a land included within the gaothan as determined under Maharashtra Land Revenue Code, 1966, and in the case of other areas as specifically earmarked in the Development Plan/Planning Proposal. (In the case of Nashik Municipal Corporation, a congested area is referred to as a Core area).

 

32. Control Line - means a line on either side of a highway or part of a highway beyond the building line fixed in respect of such highway by the Highway Authority from time to time.

 

33. Courtyard or Chowk - means a space permanently open to sky enclosed on sides fully or partially by buildings and may be at ground level or any other level within or adjacent to a building.

 

34. Canopy - means a cantilevered projection over any entrance to a building.

 

 

35. Convenience Shops - means shops for day-to-day domestic needs, as distinguished from wholesale trade or departmental stores.

 

36. Corridor - means a common passage or circulation space including a common entrance space.