I am a dentist practicing in a one room kitchen flat for the last 29 years. I have been practicing before the scoiety was formed. The society was formed 27 years ago. I have been paying commercial charges to the society,
But the apartment is still recorded as residential in BMC records and society has been paying property tax by residential rate to BMC.
I want to know if the property can be converted into commercial in BMC records ? If yes , what is the procedure.
Hope to see many responses and many thanks in advance for the same.
At first you apply to the Society stating all facts and seeking their permission for use as a dental clinic. Then you apply to the establishment section of your ward for permission to run the clinic. I think the matter comes under the Shops and Establishments Act, 1948.