RERA act was implemented with the purpose of redressing the grievance of the aggrieved home-buyers and it seems like it is serving the purpose very well.
MAHARERA decided that complaint is not maintainable as the Complainant has cancelled the booking in March 2016 RERA Act, 2016 came into force.
The recent order passed by the Bombay High Court is remarkable as it conceivably covers a noteworthy loophole in the real estate regulations.
As indicated by authorities, out of the aggregate 240 cases transferred from Maha-RERA to the Pune court, the seat settled 40 cases from March 12 till now.
Complaint filed against the developer Shahaji Javir for delaying the possession for a period of 9 long years of the flat booked in Nitin Enclave at Airoli in the month of June of year 2018.
A complaint was filed by Umesh Vyas against the developer Prima Terra Buildetch Private Limited and Satsasang Bharti CHS Ltd. The complainant approached MahaRERA seeking the interest on delayed possession.
Detailed article on whether in cases of termination of agreement before the implementation of RERA Authority, the jurisdiction of the RERA authority is ousted or not?
Maharashtra Government has decided to bring in tenanted or cessed buildings under RERA. The motive to include these building under RERA ambit is to provide protection to the consumers
The Maharashtra RERA in its ruling shed some light on the refund of booking amount as in its order the authority directed the developer to give back the booking amount.
As per the data obtained from MahaRera authority new projects in Pune district have seen downfall. The district had seen registration of 3,550 projects in October, 3,717 in November and 3,843 in December.