In a significant development, the Punjab Land Record Authority (PLRA) recently wrapped up a series of thorough training sessions for government employees. It includes deed writers on the ground-breaking e-registration system for property records.
The announcement, released on May 17, demonstrates the PLRA’s dedication to ensuring that public properties are transferred and preserved. It will be done without a hitch while also boosting efficiency and transparency.
The training sessions on e-registration of property records were held in several locations, including Lahore, Gujranwala, Gujrat, Rawalpindi, Sahiwal, Multan, Sargodha, and Bahawalpur, under the direction of PLRA Director General Saira Omer. Dera Ghazi Khan and Faisalabad divisions are scheduled to host the last training sessions this coming week.
The panorama of real estate transactions has been completely transformed by adopting e-registration in an amazing 90% of provincial districts. The outdated manual registration process has been replaced with a streamlined procedure that carefully follows established guidelines. It will ensure a more organised and trustworthy approach.
Reliable sources claim that by enabling citizens to manually enter their registration information into a computer system or seek assistance from a qualified deed writer, the automated e-registration procedure now empowers citizens.
Once the information is correctly captured. People can easily submit it online to the appropriate sub registrar’s office, streamlining the registration process overall.