New Delhi, May 22 -- There seems to be no end to troubles of the allottees of the Delhi Development Authority's housing scheme 2014.

Five months after it removed the five-year lock-in clause - which prohibited allottees from selling their flats for the initial five years - the DDA is unable to execute the conveyance deed (giving freehold rights to allottees) of flats due to the clause.

Now, the land-owning agency has asked its legal department to find a solution to the lingering problem.

The DDA realised the problem when it started executing the conveyance deed of flats after it removed the five-year lock-in clause in December 2018.

While the clause has been removed, allottees can't get their properties registered with the sub-registrar...