Project completion Certificate
The Project Completion Certificate is a legal document that is issued after the builder states that the project/property construction has been completed as per the approved building plan. And the project meets all the regulations and byelaws set by the local municipal corporation.
Importance of a Project Completion Certificate
- The certificate contains all the details related to the property and its construction such as the location, information about the builder, and the quality of material used.
- The document confirms if the project has been constructed as per the regulations and rules set by the local municipal body. It includes the distance from the road, the distance between nearby buildings, etc.
- In several states, this certificate is required for the builder to obtain electricity and water connection.
- It is advisable not to take the Possession Certificate without the Project Completion Certificate as in its absence, the building or project is considered illegal and could invite heavy penalties.
How to obtain a Project Completion Certificate?
A Project Completion Certificate can be obtained from the local municipal corporation/development authority of the city you belong.
Documents required for Completion Certificate
- Copy of the lease/sale deed.
- Building plan.
- Copy of the building plan approval and the permission letter.
- Photocopy of up-to-date tax paid receipt.
- Photocopy of a water tax receipt.
- Photocopy of the Under Ground Drainage (UGD) connection charges receipt.
- Photocopy of the borewell permission fees receipt.
- Photocopy of the electricity cable and road cutting charge receipts.
Sample Project Completion Certificate