The Maha-RERA has dismissed the complaints filed by the homebuyer multiple times with respect same issue shall be dismissed.
RERA Authority of Gurgaon has given the way out in the matter and finally, the home-buyers of the project can expect some results on the ground.
MahaRERA had setup a Conciliation Forum for aggrieved homebuyers who can approach the forum to get their grievances solved, before lodging complaints with the MahaRERA.
The RERA ordered the builder to refund the entire principal amount along with interest of 15% per annum to be compounded quarterly from the dates of deposit to the date of refund should be refunded in three instalments by the company
To avoid financial burden, the RERA has decided not to set up a permanent appellate tribunal. On same reasons set up for food safety was hearing RERA cases.
The Lucknow bench after hearing a series of complaints against Ansal’s in particular, it has ordered for the forensic audit of the builder, as the bench thinks the homebuyer is genuine hence it has put restrictions upon the activities of the Ansal.
The NCLT ordered appointment of IRP even though only 50% voting was in favor of the appointment however the requirement is 66% as per the IBC laws.
Mumbai Grahak Panchayat has come with a solution wherein it has launched a portal that will enable buyers to upload information of ongoing residential projects
The buyer enters into an agreement where the builder deliberately mentions vague clauses in the Builder Buyer Agreement in order to evade liability.
There has been huge confusion with respect to filing of complaint as association. An association of persons with respect to a particular project may file a case against the builder.