The time period of paying the money lapsed, few more months also went by chasing the builder to pay the money as per RERA order but all this begged no results and Homebuyers are forced to knock on the doors of RERA Authority again.
Ministry of Housing and Urban Development issues notification asking RERA Authorities across India to grant extension to Real Estate Projects for a period of 6 months and maximum to a period of 9 months.
The UPRERA allowed the homebuyer’s association of a project to take charge of the completion of four stuck projects. Discussions are still going on with the original builder Jaypee Associates to come on board as contractor.
Such one-sided notification by MahaRERA is a big black mark on the rights of the homebuyers. The notification provided all sorts of protection to developers/builders in terms of payment of interest and delivery of units but it nowhere caters to the difficulties faced by the homebuyers.
The homebuyers who were to get their homes anytime soon have to now at least wait for another period of 6 months or maybe 9 after the extension of real estate projects’ completion date.
RCom burdened with over Rs 46,000 crore of debt after the failure of its asset monetisation plans with Reliance Jio in March 2019 is undergoing insolvency proceedings with its assets up for sale.
Period of two years is kept keeping in mind the fact that such reduction will give life to the real estate and people would show more interest in immovable property.
Central Govt. passed an ordinance by which they brought in a cap on number of homebuyers approaching the NCLT under Section-7 of the IBC code, 2016.
The NeSL was the first Information Utility service registered under the BBI Regulations, 2017 it is one of the three pillars of the IBC system.
As a buyer if you aware that a project should be registered then you can move a plain application to that effect before the RERA Authority and they shall take a suomoto cognizance over the same.