AMC Seals 599 Holdings Over Non-Payment Of Property Tax 

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AMC Seals 599 Holdings Over Non-Payment Of Property Tax 

| Updated: February 15, 2023 12:26

The Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation, Tuesday, sealed as many as 599 properties as the owners have failed to pay up property taxes since many years. In all, over the course of last week, the tax and revenue department sealed a total of 2,358 properties for defaulting on payment of taxes despite repeated notices.

Sharing details of properties sealed last week, an AMC official briefed that 577 properties raided and sealed last week were in the central zone, 451 in the north, 439 in the south and 413 in the west zone of the AMC divisions. Further, a statement issued by the civic body documents that from April 2022 to January 2023, the AMC had sealed a total of 16,333 properties. 

Meanwhile, AMC issued notices to 59 property owners whose tax remained unpaid since many years. “These are largely in the west zone. The notice has given them a time frame of 10 days, failing which their properties too stand to be sealed,” added the official. 

It may be recalled that exactly a year ago, in February 2022, the AMC’s revenue department sealed 2,751 properties located in various zones for the non-payment of property tax exceeding Rs 1 lakh. The civic body also, reportedly, recovered about Rs 5,174 crore in pending taxes, which was Rs 31.6 crore higher than tax collection in the same period in 2021. 

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