KARACHI: The Supreme Court of Pakistan has directed the owners of the Nasla Tower to refund its residents within three months.
In a written order, the apex court ruled: “The owners of the tower shall refund price of shops/residential units and other areas sold by them in any form to the registered owners within a period of three months. In case of delay, the claimants can claim mark-up/profit at the bank rate together with damages.”
The court directed the Karachi commissioner to take possession of the tower, vacate it and begin demolition.
The commissioner has been directed to submit a compliance report to the court during the next hearing.