Tribune News Service
Ludhiana, July 2
The date for one-time settlement policy regarding house tax and property tax has been extended up to July 31. The Department of Local Government issued a notification in this regard on Monday.
The persons, who have failed to deposit the house tax or property tax, can deposit the principal amount in lump sum with a rebate at the rate of 10 per cent of the amount by July 31. The persons who fail to deposit the tax by July 31 can deposit the principal amount along with a penalty at the rate of 10 per cent within the next three months.
The persons who still fail to deposit the due amount shall be liable to pay a penalty at the rate of 20 per cent on the amount due along with interest at the rate of 18 per cent from the date it became due till the date of its realisation.
Superintendent Vivek Verma said the residents could visit Suwidha Centres to deposit their pending property tax. The tax for 2019-20 and 20-21 can also be deposited online via the MC official website.
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