Central government is looking forward to bring a (removal of dificulties) order under section 91 of Real Estate and Regulation Act 2016.
Gurugram bench of HRERA (Haryana RERA) fails to implement execution process despite being functional for close to one year.
Aggrieved homebuyers from the Piyush colonizer esteemed developer in the past started a housing project in the City of Faridabad, approached the HRERA bench stating their grievance.
UP-RERA authority has issued show cause notices to 12 builders who have allegedly diverted funds worth 3000Cr to 4000Cr and have delayed completion of housing projects.
A large number of aggrieved homebuyers took out a large procession against the dilution of RERA by the state government of Karnataka.
Almost 18 months have passed since the enactment and the central government as well as concerned state governments are far from the intended mark of implementation.
The matter of Shubhkamna in Greater Noida wherein the Authority has asked for a plan for the association of buyers to facilitate the complete works of the remaining project.
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 concerned authority will issue a recovery certificate which is mandated under the land revenue Act and states the amount recoverable and the date it became due.
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.