The Government has to come out with a clear cut notification and procedure to regularise the unauthorised properties as per the guidelines of the High Court, lest, there might be another legal battle or a stay from the apex court guaranteed.
1). Ownership or the title should be clear and proved.
Just having a sale deed may not be sufficient.
2). Exact location, boundaries and survey records must be scrutinised.
Proper sketch and layout plan or sital plan attested by an architect may be necessary, which has to be counter signed by the authority.
3). Must fall within the ambit of the scheme.
Green Belt properties cannot be regularised, if done, there will be litigations, once again.
4). Must be within the parameter set by the scheme.
Building violation ; Residential 50% and Commercial 25%. Beyond that, the government must remove or demolish it? is it possible? if so? how? when? so many unansweable question.
(50% of the apartments have more than 100% deviation with lots of penthouses-(Kalia thera kya hoga?)
5). All the details and the documents submitted must be scrutinised and the property must be inspected, before issuing the Certificate.
Many of the B katha properties have fake DC Conversion copies, Old Gramathana form no.9 and form no.11 (manual copies), which cannot be converted at all or regularised at all.
6). Check the genuineness of the documents submitted for the scrutiny.
B katha does not mean, that there is irregularity in compliance, there are defects in title, discrepancy in size or measurement and innumerable defects, hence, a thorough scrutiny will restrict the wrong conversions.