immoveable property

immoveable property

property that cannot be moved, such as land or buildings. Categorization as such is likely to bring about different legal consequences.
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Earlier Syed Sardar Ahmad opposed the amendment saying that imposing sales tax on services and renting immoveable property either be withdrawn or the bill be referred to the standing committee or a special committee.
According to the judgment, each sugar mill was also required to furnish a security related to the payment of balance to the satisfaction of the court's nazir by way of a suitable charge on any immoveable property within three weeks.
The bill was aimed to prevent malpractices and fraudulent conduct in the transactions pertaining to immoveable property.
The other issue in Islamabad is the transfer of immoveable property.
The pros for opting a loan in India is approval of loan becomes easier to obtain being a domestic market, with referrals and in lieu of the immoveable property.
disposing of money, or moveable or immoveable property, while knowing that it is not the disposer's property or that he is not entitled to dispose of the same; or
To a question about the agreement between the government and the real estate stakeholders regarding valuation of immoveable property for taxation reached yesterday, the Minister said an ordinance will be issued today to immediately enforce the decisions as law.
The government amended the Punjab Immoveable Property Tax Act 1958 through the Punjab Finance Bill 2016, paving the way for the provincial Excise and Taxation Department to collect property tax with different ratios for different categories on vacant plots in order to increase tax base and check speculative trade of real estate.
Under Article 15, political parties can raise funds through membership fees; accept donations from Afghan nationals up to 2 million Afs (29,200 USD); and, sell moveable or immoveable property.
Hafiz Pasha were sharing their finding on-going NFC negotiations He also highlighted the reluctance of provincial governments to tap large and progressive sources of revenue like the agricultural income tax and the urban immoveable property tax.
In 2005 PIA acquired immoveable property in New Delhi for the purpose of running its offices, for which PIA had completed all necessary formalities for the acquisition of these properties," the spokesman maintained.