Section-44 of the RERA Act, 2016 lays down the detail procedure for filling of an appeal in case of any dissatisfaction at the first court of instance i.e. RERA.
The authority has received close to 1,150 complaints from the district of Gurugram against builders for delay in various projects. In lieu of the same in September alone the authority has issued notices to almost 52 builders.
Filing of complaint is the first step in getting justice but as they say well begun is half done thus if filling is done efficiently justice cannot be left far behind.
Western UP Bench of RERA- After looking at the bulk cases in the state a bench was made operational in the city of Noida on 4th September, 2018.
The builders started offering alternate flats or apartments instead of the original one promised as this trick is now becoming the norm for many builders.
The builders started acting smart and cancelled the allotment on this pretext but never returned the money collected from the buyers.
The delay in projects got converted from months to years shattering the dream of owning a home of many homebuyers. A detailed article on how to get refund from the builders under RERA.
The RERA Act mandated registration with the newly formulated state RERA authorities but the rebate was given to projects which have already procured occupation and completion certificates.
The aggrieved buyers of the alleged developers had to put a long fight in order to get an FIR registered against the fraudulent directors.
Delayed possessions or no possessions at all and even in cases where apartments were given the amenities promised were lacking or not at all present in the developed projects.