DDA Housing Scheme 2008 – Important Points

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Following are the important points from the DDA Housing Scheme 2008 application prospectus. Hope it  will clear many queries:

All the eligible applicants shall be considered for allotment through a computerized draw based on random number technique. The draw shall be held in the presence of panel of observers.

I. The results of the draw shall be displayed on the Notice Board of DDA at Vikas Sadan, D-Block, INA, New Delhi- 23. In addition the result shall be displayed on the website of DDA with the address http://www.dda.org.in. The result will also be published in the leading National Newspapers.
II. The allotment-cum-demand letters will be dispatched through Speed Post/Courier/Registered Post but it shall be the sole responsibility of the applicant to check the result of the draw if he/she does not get information despite the afore mentioned means. In case applicant has given address of a place/office, where entry (of courier) is restricted, all communication including dispatch of refund cheque/ demand letter on failure of courier would be through available mode. Applicant is advised to contact nodal officer of the bank as given in Annexure B in such cases. DDA/Banks in such cases would not be responsible for delay/ non receipt of communication by applicant/allottee.
III. A separate waiting list of 200 applicants will also be declared in order of priority. The waiting list will be valid only for 9 months from the date of issue of demand letters. The registration money of the wait listed registrants shall be refunded along with unsuccessfulregistrants. However, before going for the draw in case the same takes place for filling up the vacancies, all such eligible waitlisted shall be asked to deposit the registration money. 15 days time shall be given to them to do so and only those names shall be included who would be depositing their registration money prior to the draw. A draw will be held only once after six months, from date of issue of demand letters, for allotment of the surrendered flats to the wait listed registrants as per the priority decided initially. Only those flats which are
surrendered within six months from date of issue of demand letters would be included for allotment to waitlisted registrants. The waiting list is created just to ensure that the surrendered flats (if any) are allotted to same registrants rather than keeping them vacant and the list will be valid only for 9 months, hence it doesn’t create any right of the wait listed registrants if they fail to get a flat from the surrendered ones. If successful, the cost would be the cost of the flat on the date the demand cum-allotment letter is issued.

All allotments shall be made on free hold basis. However, the title shall be transferred only when conveyance deed is executed in favour of the allottee and is registered in the office of Sub-Registrar. 10. INTEREST ON REGISTRATION MONEY
I. No interest will be paid if the draw is held within three months from the last date of closure of the scheme in case of successful applicants.
II. In case of unsuccessful applicants, no interest will be paid, if the amount is refunded within three months from
the last date of the closure of the scheme.
III. In case registration money is not refunded within three months from the closure of the scheme, in case of unsuccessful applicants, simple interest @ 5% will be paid on the registration money for the period beyond three months after the closure of the scheme up to the last date of the preceding month in which refund has been made.
IV. Applicants not getting refund within one month from holding the draw are advised to contact the nodal branch of the bank in which application was deposited. DDA will not pay any interest in case of postal delay or applicant not available at given address or in case of incomplete address.

I. DDA will refund the registration money through the nodal branch, as indicated in Annexure ‘B’, of the Bank wherein the allottee had deposited the application form. The concerned Bank shall be responsible for the despatch of refund cheques to the unsuccessful applicants. The bank shall bear the responsibility for any loss on this account. DDA or the bank will not entertain any application for refund, loss/mutilation, nonencashment of refund cheque one year after the closure of the scheme.
II. For getting refund, the applicant has to clearly mention his/her bank account number. In case the application is in joint name, refund will be made in the name of the first applicant only and, therefore, only his/her bank account number should be given. This account number and bank particulars will be printed on cheque, hence applicant should carefully fill these particulars in the Form.
III. Applicant is advised to enclose one cancelled cheque of the account in which he wants refund money to be

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