Islamabad: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has been unable to enforce its writ because nearly all residential apartment buildings in Islamabad are occupied, and none of the owners have secured obligatory occupancy certificates from the municipal agency.

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The occupancy certificate, also known as a completion certificate, is granted after the buildings have been inspected, fire safety arrangements have been made, and building plans have been implemented, among other things.

However, practically all apartment complexes, which house thousands of people, were occupied by their owners before completion certificates were obtained.

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According to CDA sources, the municipal body auctioned residential plots in districts such as F-10 markaz, F-11, G-8, G-11, Diplomatic Enclave, and others. According to them, structures were built on these sites after CDA approval of building plans, but owners then sold out flats to persons for residential use without receiving completion certificates.

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