The fees to be paid by the promoter/builder in case of registration of the Real Estate project with the RERA Authority which is a mandate under Section-3 of the Act.
A welcome move by the HRERA authority as it creates a balance between both the parties and is justifies for the aggrieved buyers who had to in worst case of scenario had to give up their full earnest money.
NCALT in the appeal filed in the matter of Kamineni’s reversed the order passed by NCLT and remanded the matter back to go through the liquidation process.
The RERA authority of Maharashtra ordered a builder to refund an amount of Rs. 1.8 Crore to a homebuyer because after the passage of two years the builder failed to register agreement to sale and had already charged 30% of the price.
MAHARERA keeping up with the spirit of the Act recently has passed an order asking the builder to pay a sum of Rs.1.5 Lakh as penalty to the RERA authority for not registering the sale agreement.
While dismissing the complaint the authority observed that both the Section i.e. 12 and 18 operate at two separate times of the transaction.
Bihar RERA Authority exercising power under Section-36 of the Act which gives power to the Authority to pass interim orders for contravention of Act freezed the bank accounts of the builder.
An RC was issued for recovering 3.04 crores, based on the same a 15 days’ notice was issued to clear the dues post which due to non-compliance builders were arrested.
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.