yogesh_2006sby Started The Discussion:
Hi i wanted to issued noc letter to my society member for transfer of electricity connection . Pls. Send me format of noc . Pls. Urgent . Rgds yogesh solanki
16th January 2010 From India, Ahmadabad

Subject - Re: Socirty NOC for Electricity connection transfer I need a sample NOC for electricity connection transfer . Please send me the sample
11th June 2011 From India, Mumbai
we are changing eb connection domestic tariff to commercial tariff. I need help in writing a letter to EB.
9th August 2011 From India, Bangalore
Dear All
Please go the nearest EB Office in your town or city. You ask for the Electricity Connection Ownership transfer form. They will give the form which is readily available with them. Just fill the same seller details, buyer details EB Connection Details, with transfering charges. Surely within a week's time it will get transfered on your name.
Similarly for changing the EB Connection from Domestic to Commercial rate and have the contracted power supply, same way take the lease/purchase deed of the building or rental agreement paper, make a letter in your company letter head stating the same whatever you have asked. Surely your connection will get shifted from Domestic Usage connection to Commercial Connection.
9th August 2011 From India, Kumbakonam
Hi Boss2966,
I spoke to EB Officer about changing the EB Connection from Domestic to Commercial rate. he told me to write a letter to AE for changing the connection. I am requesting you to give me some inputs on the letter format.
16th August 2011 From India, Bangalore
Dear Redy
I am attaching the simple format for changing the tariff from Domestic to Commercial. You can modify and take the print out in your office letter head and submit the same with requisite fee cheque.
And after getting changed, give the correct procedure to be adopted for changing the Tariff to all our members.
All the best
16th August 2011 From India, Kumbakonam
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