The RERA Act empowers the Regulatory authority to call for information or conduct investigations. These investigations have been mainly in the form of financial audit conducted by the auditors.
Over the course of the last two years, RERA has come up and grown as an effective weapon for consumers in the real estate sector. RERA has established itself and gained the awareness necessary to protect home buyers.
Supreme Court allowed several buyers to join their suit property in order to increase valuation of their dispute and approach the NCDRC however buyers still find it difficult to get timely relief from the NCDRC.
No suit or legal proceeding against the company can be commenced or continued against the company after the passing of the winding up order except with the permission of the Tribunal.
UPRERA has deregistered a promoter/developer over financial irregularities, money laundering, double allotment of flats, diversion of funds and for many other reasons.
13000 complaints have been filed with UPRERA out of which 7000 complaints have been disposed within a span of almost 8 months.
The builders who have just simply vanished or are in jail or have eloped due to major bungling done by them, the judicial process of such projects becomes a little difficult.
Insolvency and bankruptcy Law 2016, has categorised the home buyers debt as financial debt to the real estate company/builder and therefore, homebuyers can claim their dues as bank claims its debt.
MahaRERA has wide order No 8/19 dated 28th March 2019 opened up door for revocation of the registration in accordance with Section 7 & 8 of RERA Act 2016.
The Hon’ble NCLAT held the validity of the demand notice sent through whatsapp messenger app wherein the blue tick on the text implies the acceptance of the communication.