Seeking details of cancellation of bogus purported registered conveyance deed
The appellant filed an application under the Right to Information (RTI) Act with the Department of Revenue (DoR) seeking information regarding cancellation of illegal and bogus purported registered conveyance deed. He also wanted to know whether the above conveyance deed stands cancelled in the records after the High Court Order. The Public Information Officer (PIO) informed the appellant that the letter of the appellant’s advocate has not been received and hence no action was taken. The PIO also informed that the conveyance deed was executed by DDA is not cancelled and no such order of Honourable Court is available in the office.
During the hearing before the Central Information Commission (CIC), the respondent stated that the appellant’s advocate had already been intimated that as per the directions of the Court, the order along with the office copy of the conveyance deed was pasted in the concerned Register and that it is the only way to cancel the conveyance deed after its registration. The appellant submitted that his RTI application remains unanswered.
View of CIC
The Commission directed the PIO to inform the appellant about the present status with regard to the conveyance deed along with copies of concerned pages of the Register.
Citation: Mr. Prem Nath Khanna v. Delhi Development Authority and Department of Revenue in File No: CIC/AD/A/2012/002535
RTI Citation : RTIFI/2013/CIC/1144
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