Qatar yesterday changed key procurements of a law to arm districts with more powers to get serious about illicitly divided manors and lofts.
The new law has been issued to help the municipal bodies battle the hazardous practice of parceling private units on a substantial scale and offering them to restricted pay families on lower rent in the company of an intense lack of moderate lodging.
No progressions of any sort could be made in a building, including estates and lofts, without looking for composed consent of the region of the range.
The corrected law endorses a fine of Qr250 to Qr500 for every square meter of wrongfully apportioned region in a bit of property. Furthermore the changes need to be evacuated in the wake of paying the fine.