Filing Appeal under RERA

In order to file appeals under RERA, the Real Estate Appellate Tribunal (“REAT”) was formed under section 43 of RERA, which examines the legality of RERA orders and determines whether to uphold or reverse the order. The REAT order can also be challenged before the Hon’ble High Court by filing an appeal.

Recent actions by HRERA

Haryana RERA, Gurugram took some important decisions with respect to the sale of apartments on the basis of carpet area and not super area. It’s a usual real estate practice followed by the developers to cheat homebuyers by selling the units on the basis of super area. Let’s first talk about carpet area and super area.

MahaRERA- Right to reserve and cancel the reservation of the Flat

Maharashtra Real Estate Appellate Tribunal (MahaRERA) observed in an order of Dinesh R. Humane V/s Piramal Estate Private Ltd., that could offer relief to many flat allottees that the right to reserve a flat includes the right to cancel the reservation.

Haryana RERA: Sell properties on carpet area, not super area

Supreme Court and High Court have given several decisions, saying that sale of properties on the basis of super area was just cheating the customers, and the authority has decided to take measures to stop this.

UPRERA orders completion of stalled projects after joint proposal

Homebuyers may have delayed projects completed under the aegis of the AoA, under the model formulated under Section 8 of RERA. Joint proposal of ASGI Properties Pvt Ltd and ASG Apple 7 Buyers Association, authorised the developer to complete the stalled project.

How to choose between RERA and NCDRC?

The Hon’ble Supreme Court’s decision is a watershed moment for homebuyers and allottees. A number of findings in the current judgment support this conclusion, including parallel remedies under RERA and the Consumer Protection Act.