Compensation delayed for aggrieved homebuyers in Karnataka

Hundreds of homebuyers in Karnataka have been left in the lurch as they still haven’t received compensation from the developers. The Karnataka RERA has already passed orders against these errant developers and penalized them for not delivering possession

Delhi High Court Helps to get FIR registered of aggrieved homebuyers

The aggrieved buyers of the alleged developers had to put a long fight in order to get an FIR registered against the fraudulent directors.

A Welcome Step by UPRERA – Makes way for homebuyers aggrieved of Conciliation Agreement

Conciliation forum is one such mechanism to resolve the issues adeptly. But there are several cases in which a conciliation agreement has not been honored by the builders.


Lok Adalat will be held online and complaints filed before the UP-RERA under Section 31 of the RERA Act in which amicable settlement is possible or a party has filed an application for settlement will be heard.

Mediation Helps Settle Dispute between Builder and Homebuyers

Disputes between builders and homebuyers in the Maharashtra that went to mediation were successfully settled, preventing time-consuming litigation in RERA Authority.

Pandemic fueled delay in possession hit homebuyers hard

Homebuyers were promised possession years ago but till date thousands of them are still waiting to get the possession and have faith in the system to get justice.

How IBC is Better than RERA for Homebuyers

IBC undoubtedly appears to be a better alternative in comparison to RERA. IBC offers a time bound resolution of the grievance of the homebuyers.

Points to remember while filing a case for homebuyers under the newly amended section 7 of IBC

There are certain points which are to be taken into consideration whilst filing a petition for the homebuyers under the newly amended Section 7 of IBC.

Relief for Homebuyers of Bombay Dyeing- MahaRERA Tribunal Rules on Retrospective Effects of Section-12

Big relief for the homebuyers of M/S Bombay Dyeing and Manufacturing Co Ltd. the MAHARERA Tribunal has ruled in the favour of the homebuyers asking the developer to refund the paid amount.