The Lagos State House of Assembly has passed into law a bill to establish the Lagos State Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission and for connected purposes.
The bill was passed into law on Tuesday after the third reading of the bill by the house and a consequent voice vote.
The Speaker of the House, Rt. Hon. Mudashiru Obasa then directed the Clerk, Barrister Olalekan Onafeko to forward a clean copy of the bill to Mr Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu for his assent.
Earlier a bill for a law to regulate real estate transactions in Lagos State and for other connected purposes, sailed through second reading as the Speaker committed it to the House Committee on Housing to report back in two weeks.
The lawmakers took turns to contribute to the matter. Blazing the trail, Hon. Adedamola Kasunmu, Ikeja 2 noted that the bill will redress the anomalies cited in the real estate business.
This bill seeks to redress the anomalies of real estate and consultancy services amongst other issues that ought to be looked into in the real estate business.
It will also see to the valuation of real estate assets, prevent the breakdown of law observed among the realtors, real estate manager and others.
It makes recommendation of policies that influence better deal in the lands bureau, New Town Development Authority NTDA and others, it will also enhance the Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) of the state.